Housing prices stable but maintain low

Dec 11, 2011 Todd Milner

Although the fiscal collapse of 2007 and 2008 left the housing market in dire straits, the prices have steadily climbed - but in order for a complete recovery, Forbes reports that a fortified economy will be the only solution. Because of the


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Young adult unemployment rate is higher than national average

Dec 10, 2011 Todd Milner

Finding a job hasn't been easy since December 2006, when the unemployment rate was at 4.4 percent. Since then, the economy has been in a slow decline and ultimately snapped.The recession of 2008 laid a heavy burden on the American economy


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Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend bring about record retail sales

Dec 06, 2011 Todd Milner

Thanksgiving and Black Friday weekend bring about record retail sales

Every year, Americans spend billions of dollars on Black Friday. Many of them depend on short term lenders for extra cash to pay for gifts, while others max out their credit cards. However the money spent, this day, as well as Cyber Monday, can


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Furniture deals easily made via short term loans during holiday season

Dec 05, 2011 Todd Milner

Furniture deals easily made via short term loans during holiday season

With Black Friday weekend came a record of 226 million shoppers both online and in-store, and a survey conducted by BIGresearch reveals that more than one-fifth of sales were attributed to home improvement and furniture.The American economy


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Finding opportunity through recession: New home sales decline, but rentals increase

Dec 05, 2011 Todd Milner

Since the recession of 2008, residential real estate activity has plummeted, specifically new home sales. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, new house sales during 2009 totaled 375,000. During 2010, the new


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