Move lawsuit against Zillow clears contempt hurdle with settlement

Move lawsuit against Zillow clears contempt hurdle with settlement

Move declares "full steam ahead" in prosecution

Twitter roundup of this week's top housing articles

CFPB heads up the list

Shaky housing market about to get even shakier

When will we all stop kidding ourselves?
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Oil-price collapse hits Texas jobs and soon Texas housing

Lone Star State’s housing strength faces challenge
Trey Garrison
Texas job growth is projected to slow to between 1%-2% in 2015 from 3.4% last year. It's an oil thing, and possibly a sign of what's to come in shale states.
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Risky housing policies and the slowly inflating bubble

Under-employed and shrinking work force big factors
Lynn Effinger
One media report quoted DeMarco as saying that in the past year we have seen a renewed policy focus on questions regarding access to credit, which, in his view can risk repeating the approach that contributed to the financial crisis. There are many other warning signs, as well.
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Negative equity, millennials, employment still chilling housing market

Mortgage market still looking for breakout momentum
Trey Garrison
Is there a housing bubble forming? Where are home prices heading? What about starts? What are the growth prospects for non-agency? Housing experts at ABS Vegas offered their answers, and now you can read them.
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Gallup: Payroll to population ticks up slightly in January

Workforce participation remains at historic lows
Trey Garrison
The small uptick this past month may be another positive sign that a strengthening economy is bringing discouraged workers back into the workforce, but workforce participation does remain below the 2010-2014 average. Here are the details.
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Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Homeowners and economy well positioned for 2015

New year's resolution to buy a home? Get tips here
Brena Swanson

The U.S. economy is well positioned as we head into the new year, and the benefits of the economic recovery are finally spreading to ordinary Americans.


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Jobless claims increase by 17,000 filings

4-week average down from last month
Brena Swanson
In the latest jobs report, jobless claims increased by 17,000 filings from the previous week’s revised level.
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Jobless claims tick up by 3,000 filings

Still remains at historic lows
Brena Swanson
Although initial jobless claims ticked up by 3,000 filings to 287,000 for the week ended Oct. 25, levels still remain at historic lows.
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5 awesome facts impacting California's housing future

It's not all good news
Brena Swanson
California and the nation's future are looking bright, according to a new report, with next year projected to be the best year yet for the economy since the start of the recovery. However, there are some key factors playing into California's future that could alter its course.
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FiveThirtyEight: More employers putting out help wanted signs

Job openings up 19% since May 2013
Trey Garrison
More employers are putting out the help wanted sign than before, and that’s the good news. The question is – are these good, full-time jobs or part-time McJobs? Time will tell, but meanwhile, FiveThirtyEight takes a look at the employment situation from the employer’s perspective.
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ADP June employment increase beats expectations

Employment hits 281,000
Brena Swanson
"The job market is steadily improving. Job gains are broad based across all industries and company sizes. Judging from the job market, the economic recovery remains fully intact and is gaining momentum,” Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, said.
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