The pandemic has surprisingly become a busy time for this mortgage broker.
The venerable department store is closing all 38 of its brick-and-mortar locations after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Matthew Eby, head of the First Street Foundation, wants to help homeowners protect themselves as climate change poses hazards to coastal properties.
Analysts say last month's slowdown is just the beginning.
Both the sales and building of homes has slowed with the spread of the pandemic.
“Now's the time to innovate and go hunting," says an investment firm co-founder.
“The coworking model hasn’t been around to witness an economic shock,” one analyst said.
More realtors are taking up drone photography and virtual tours.
As more and more people want the amenities of urban living, there's nowhere to build but up.
Bed Bath & Beyond is the latest to sell stores ... only to lease them back.