Economic

Metrostudy announced today the release of its fourth quarter 2015 Home Building Outlook detailing housing construction trends nationwide.

The folks at Dodge Data sorted through building data for the nation’s largest Metropolitan Statistical Areas to find the 20 places where the most money was spent on new construction in 2015.

According to a study by Residential Studies Inc., the top 10 home builders in the Dallas-Fort Worth (D-FW) area accounted for almost half of the single family starts from 2015.

The Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit now includes a key modification that will greatly expand the number of companies that can claim it.

Global equities have started 2016 by falling within points of a bear market, and a number of market participants are now asking whether this is just a blip on the way higher or the start of something worse

The inventory of homes for sale in each market, it's well known, has been tight even as demand for homes keeps up--which has been inflating prices. 

The National Association of Home Builders announced today during the International Builders’ Show that Chief Economist David Crowe, Ph.D., will retire on March 18 of this year.

Here’s five reasons why you shouldn’t be panicking if you’re looking to buy or sell a home.

This publication of charts affords us an opportunity to condense our myriad thoughts into an abbreviated guide to the economic and financial trends that shaped 2015.

CNN Money reports on whether college is worth the investment, and Goldman Sachs says it's not.