US new home construction surged last month, as mortgage rates stayed high - Real Estate - News

US new home construction surged last month, as mortgage rates stayed high

Amidst the Persisting Housing Shortage and Affordability Crisis in the United States, the Housing Sector Experienced a Robust Rebound in February as Builders Braced for Continued Strong Demand for New Residential Properties. Boosting Affordability through Expanded Housing Availability One of the most effective methods to address affordability concerns is by enhancing the accessibility of rental…

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5 things to know for March 8: 2024 State of the Union, Uvalde report, Gaza, TikTok, Hong Kong - Real Estate - News

5 things to know for March 8: 2024 State of the Union, Uvalde report, Gaza, TikTok, Hong Kong

Important Reminder: Daylight Saving Time Begins This Weekend As a friendly reminder, this coming weekend marks the beginning of Daylight Saving Time. Although we’ve given you advance notice, there’s still a chance you might forget and wake up in a panic on Sunday morning. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. Here’s…

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New lawsuit blames fallen power pole for starting Smokehouse Creek Fire; state investigation continues - Real Estate - News

New lawsuit blames fallen power pole for starting Smokehouse Creek Fire; state investigation continues

Title: Homeowner Files Lawsuit Against Power Companies Alleging Fallen Utility Pole Caused Record-Breaking Texas Wildfire A woman whose home was tragically destroyed in the historic and devastating Smokehouse Creek Fire near Canadian, Texas, has initiated a lawsuit against Xcel Energy, Southwestern Public Service Company (SPS), and Osmose Utilities Services. The lawsuit alleges that a neglected…

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Redistricting reshapes Super Tuesday primaries in Alabama and North Carolina - Real Estate - News

Redistricting reshapes Super Tuesday primaries in Alabama and North Carolina

Title: Historic Redistricting Elections in North Carolina and Alabama Reshape US House Races Voters in North Carolina and Alabama are participating in crucial US House elections on Tuesday, March 7, following significant congressional redistricting processes in these states over the past few months. In North Carolina, where the Republican-controlled General Assembly drew a new map…

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Migrant children in open-air desert camps are suffering from hunger and hypothermia, court documents say - Real Estate - News

Migrant children in open-air desert camps are suffering from hunger and hypothermia, court documents say

Title: The Heart-Wrenching Plight of Children at the Southern Border: Inadequate Conditions and Legal Action The young girl from Colombia, hailing from South America, sought refuge in a porta potty to shield herself from the relentless wind and piercing cold as she and her parents waited at a makeshift camp along the southern border earlier…

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Why isn’t the Supreme Court moving faster on Trump’s immunity challenge? - Real Estate - News

Why isn’t the Supreme Court moving faster on Trump’s immunity challenge?

When special counsel Jack Smith petitioned the Supreme Court to dismiss former President Donald Trump’s immunity claims, a sense of urgency permeated his request. At that juncture, Smith warned the court against any further delay in excess of a dozen instances throughout his briefing. Now, approximately two weeks following Trump’s application to the Supreme Court…

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