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  • Colorado adds 4,200 jobs in April

    19 min ago | via Denver Post 

    Alyssa McMahon, right, with the Allen Company, talks with Cody Cessna, left, 21, about opportunities at her company during the Youth Job Fair in Broomfield in February. Colorado employers added 4,200 jobs in April, keeping the state's unemployment rate steady at 4.2 percent, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reported Wednesday.


    Related Topix: Colorado, Colorado Government, Housing

  • Ontario condo owners to get cheaper way to resolve d...

    2 hrs ago | via The Toronto Star 

    The 1.3 million Ontario residents who live in condominiums will get a new, less expensive way to resolve disputes under proposed legislation to be introduced Wednesday. The province will create a Condominium Authority to provide a range of services including dispute resolution, so condo owners won't have to go to court to clear up a disagreement with a neighbour or their condo board.


    Related Topix: Housing

  • Douglas Development draws tech-centric real estate b...

    11 min ago | via Business Journal 

    Douglas Development Corp., which as been courting tech-centric tenants like WeWork for its historic renovation projects across the District, has landed one of the nation's fastest-growing residential real estate brokerages at its latest project on 14th Street near Logan Circle.


    Related Topix: Real Estate, Douglas Development, Housing

  • Foreclosure rates trending down everywhere

    16 min ago | via Business Journal 

    A recent report by CoreLogic showed a year-over-year decrease from 1.18 percent in March 2014 to 1.08 percent in March 2015. In February 2015, that number was 1.11 percent.


    Related Topix: Foreclosures

  • Polcari: Long-Term Investors Remain Buyers And Back ...

    18 min ago | via Investor's Business Daily 

    Is this the beginning of the end that so many have been forecasting? Doubtful - but look - we did get hit with a boatload of macro data yesterday - some of it stronger than expected while some of it was a bit weaker then expected. Spending on 'big ticket' items was disappointing at negative 0.5% but that WAS the expectation, so why the surprise? Capital Goods orders and shipments both surprised to the upside, housing prices continued to march higher while Markit US Services PMI did register 56.4 - slightly below last month but still in expansionary territory.


    Related Topix: Housing

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