David Seiders

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Rate cut not cure for the flagging housing market

The September 18 cut of a key interest rate should keep the trouble in the subprime lending market from dragging the economy into recession, but experts caution that it is not the cure for the flagging housing market. More

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New-Home Sales Continue to Tumble

The first two months of new-home sales in 2007 have fueled concern over a flagging... More

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Remodeling index improves

Remodeling activity increased during the third quarter of 2006, according to the... More

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RMI Drops Below Benchmark

The final Remodeling Market Index (RMI) of 2005 showed a slowdown in the fourth... More

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Life After the Boom

The economy can be a scary thing to small business owners. Few truly understand it, but most have at least a vague notion that they should pay attention to it. More

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Weather hinders remodeling activity

Unusually wet weather toward the end of the year hindered remodeling activity in... More

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Mortgage Lending Expected to Plummet

The remodeling industry, spurred the last couple of years by all-time low mortgage interest rates, might need to find a new way to grow in 2004.Though it's certainly not great news, it's no reason to panic, says Kermit Baker, senior research fellow at the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University. More

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