Housing Starts Rise Less than Expected

The number of US housing starts increased, but was less than expected while the number of building permits dropped in March. The article in aol.com points out this shows an underlying weakness in the housing market, and there are fears could continue in spite of the improving weather as spring progresses. Figures from the Commerce

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New Home Starts Increase in September, But Are Still at Half The Normal Levels

Homes were built in September at their fastest pace in the last 17 months, according to a report in USA Today, but while this should help boost economic growth and create jobs it’s still too early to say if it signals a recovery. Most of the homes built were apartment buildings. Single-family homes, which accounts

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UK Agents Barton Wyatt’s Top Tips on Creating a Dream Kitchen

This year’s British Food Fortnight, an event which has grown massively since its original conception in 2002, is finally drawing to a close this weekend. Autumn/Fall is a traditional time for celebrating British food – something this festival emphasizes with its Fresh and Local theme, aiming to create more robust markets for local businesses and

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