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Foreclosures Plunge, but New States Now Suffer

In another sign that the still shaky housing recovery might be finding its footing, foreclosure filings in some of the hardest hit states of the housing crash have plummeted dramatically, and overall the nation is seeing the lowest level of … Continue reading

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As Housing Recovers, Will Apartment Boom End?

The latest reports on new and existing home sales seem to indicate that the housing market is beginning to find its footing again. While most believe the recovery will be slow, U-shaped, and bumpy, the free fall appears to be … Continue reading

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Foreclosure activity down in Bay Area, California

Foreclosure filings declined in California and the Bay Area in the fourth quarter of 2011 as the housing market improved and lenders evolved their policies for home repossessions, according to a report released Tuesday by DataQuick, a real estate service … Continue reading

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California employers drop 29200 jobs in May

California’s up-and-down economic recovery took another turn for the worse in May as employers shed a net 29,200 jobs from payrolls, a surprisingly large loss following the healthy gains seen earlier this year. Some of the losses are probably tied … Continue reading

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