ViziRecruiter launches next-generation jobs portal



It just got easier to create visually compelling job descriptions with the recent launch of ViziRecruiter.

The impact of immigrants on U.S. housing markets



No matter what your stance is on immigration to the United States, there’s no doubt the flow of people is having a big impact on the nation’s housing markets.

The Jobless Recovery is Complete



It has been several years of watching millions of people chase the few jobs out there but that is changing in a hurry and permanently. Early November numbers indicate that 321,000 jobs were added to the U.S. economy. Revisions for September and October show that 44,000 more jobs than had been estimated were actually added. […]

All is Not Well With the Employment Picture



Last Friday, the government announced that 217,000 new jobs were added to the economy. But while unemployment fell to 6.3%, the types of jobs people are doing indicates the economy is anything but robust.

Regional Real Estate Deal News: January 24, 2013



In property and other real estate related deals this morning, several large acquisitions with local and regional impact took place over the last several days. Michigan, California, Florida, Iowa, and other states are represented.

The Business Of War – Too Big To Fail?



When it comes to spending federal tax dollars, the biggest piece of the pie goes to fund the U.S. military. Bigger than all of the Bank bailouts, bigger than the Fannie Mae – Freddie Mac bailouts, bigger than FHA’s 34 billion dollar deficit, bigger than the auto industry bailouts, bigger than any other “too big to fail” entity, COMBINED.

Unintended Consequences – Could Obamacare Lead To A Shift Away From Home Ownership?



I was at a local big-name grocery store just the other day. As I was checking out, the cashier and I were trading the usual small talk, when she suddenly volunteered the news that every single store employee had been told that their working hours would be cut back from full-time to part-time

Elections, Real Estate, Jobs, and Sucking Sounds



What can American’s expect their next president to do about the sagging real estate industry? Most experts on the subject would say, nothing. Neither President Obama, nor hopeful Senator Mitt Romney seems to care much about foreclosures or even a resurgence of the market.

Housing Starts Spark Positives for Mixed Bag Economic News



In market news, the Commerce Department’s news of Wednesday showed new housing starts up 2.3 percent in August, the fasted single family home growth rate in several years. However, the overall housing market is still a “mixed bag” of good news and slow economic recovery signs.

How To Determine If You Are In A “Good” Or “Bad” Housing Market



If you are the typical person out there, reading the main stream media reports about housing, and whether the market is “good or “bad” you probably think that the current market is “bad”. But when it comes to market dynamics, the housing market is neither “good” or “bad”, bur rather, “good” and “bad” are all defined within your personal frame of reference.

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