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Apartment listing platform Zumper raises $46 million, plans to hire 50 in San Francisco

Apartment listing platform Zumper raises $46 million, plans to hire 50 in San Francisco

Apartment rental listing platform Zumper plans to hire 50 or more employees in the San Francisco Bay Area over the next six months, with a $46 million in a Series C funding round led by media giant Axel Springer, the company announced Tuesday.
Only 10 percent have flood insurance on hard-hit Carolina coast

Only 10 percent have flood insurance on hard-hit Carolina coast

As Americans in North and South Carolina make it out of the Florence floodwaters, they face another daunting task: figuring out whether they can afford to rebuild. Few have flood insurance in the areas with the worst destruction. Home insurance does not typically cover flooding,
Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions: What We Know

Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions: What We Know

LAWRENCE (CBS) – Large sections of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover were evacuated Thursday afternoon after a series of gas explosions and fires. Here is the latest:
$117 million multi-use Block 9 tower to transform skyline of downtown Fargo

$117 million multi-use Block 9 tower to transform skyline of downtown Fargo

FARGO - The long-awaited Block 9 tower project in downtown Fargo kicked-off with a groundbreaking ceremony and party on what is now known as U.S. Bank plaza on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
The ambitious real estate ‘unicorn’ Opendoor just made its first acquisition, snapping up Open Listings

The ambitious real estate ‘unicorn’ Opendoor just made its first acquisition, snapping up Open Listings

Opendoor a four year-old, San Francisco-based company, has from the outset intended to make it possible to buy and sell residential real estate with a few key strokes. It seemingly gets closer to that audacious vision by the day. The company closed on $325 million in new funding in June in a round that brought its total equity funding to $645 million to date — and its valuation to more than $2 billion.
JPMorgan Chase Will Commit $500 Million to Reviving U.S. Cities

JPMorgan Chase Will Commit $500 Million to Reviving U.S. Cities

Mega-bank JPMorgan Chase has spent the past five years turning neighborhoods in a handful of U.S. cities into laboratories for economic revitalization, steering financing, training and expertise to cash-starved communities. On Wednesday, it will announce plans to scale up that experiment dramatically with the AdvancingCities program—a 5-year, $500 million campaign that could expand its model to as many as 30 metro areas.
Keller Williams is making huge moves in the tech space

Keller Williams is making huge moves in the tech space

Keller Williams is on a mission to beat Zillow and Redfin in the real estate game, and it plans to use technology to make it happen. The real estate franchisor acquired Philadelphia-based startup SmarterAgent, which allows agents to create their own branded apps, and has a platform that connects more than 650 multiple listing services.
It's better to rent than to buy in today's housing market

It's better to rent than to buy in today's housing market

t is easily the question most asked by anyone moving into their first home or downsizing into retirement. Should I buy or should I rent? For nearly a decade the answer has been buy. The crash in home prices, combined with record-low mortgage rates made buying and owning a home both cheaper than renting one and a better investment.
Construction spending ticks up in July, led by public sector

Construction spending ticks up in July, led by public sector

Construction expenditures were 0.1% higher in July than in June, led by the public sector, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. Outlays in July were 5.8% higher than a year ago.
Calpers’ Bet on Sacramento’s Planned Tallest Tower Splits Board

Calpers’ Bet on Sacramento’s Planned Tallest Tower Splits Board

Sacramento officials are cheering a decision by the California Public Employees’ Retirement System to build what would be the tallest tower in its hometown. But some inside Calpers’ boardroom are concerned the 550-foot project represents too much risk.


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