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Houston new home prices tick up in April
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
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New home prices rose slightly in Houston in April, as the number of pending new home sales dropped in Houston and other large Texas metros, according to HomesUSA.com's New Homes Sales Index.

Reference: www.chron.com
Trade uncertainty sparks further drop in mortgage rates have
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    525 Visits

Mortgage rates have seen the largest year-over-year decline since the 2016 Brexit vote sparked market concerns. Today, market concerns are related to the escalating tariff war.

Reference: www.chron.com
Builders pull back on single-family construction
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    558 Visits

Builders are pulling back on single-family home construction as the housing market cools, according to Commerce numbers released this morning. The drop in permits for single-family homes was sharpest in the South, where it fell 11 percent year over year.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston hospitals charge employer health plans more than double Medicare
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    128 Visits

Houston employer-based health plans are paying hospitals more than double, and in some cases quadruple, what Medicare would pay for the same treatment, a new national study has found.

Reference: www.chron.com
Former Sears at Memorial City Mall to be redeveloped
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    662 Visits

Memorial City Mall is getting a major facelift.

Reference: www.chron.com
Regent Square moving forward, but without Alamo Drafthouse
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    107 Visits

The owner of 24 acres across Allen Parkway from Buffalo Bayou Park announced plans Thursday to build a 600-unit apartment complex and 50,000 square feet of retail space on the site, the latest development phase within a larger project known as Regent Square.

Reference: www.chron.com
United Airlines to lay off 100 Houston workers
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    169 Visits

United Airlines is laying off 100 local workers as the company transfers its passenger revenue accounting function to an outside vendor, according to documents released Thursday by the Texas Workforce Commission.

Reference: www.chron.com
Bridgeland reveals details of Lakeside Row multifamily development
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    376 Visits

Bridgeland will add two types of rental options totaling 432 apartment and townhome units this fall with the debut of Lakeside Row The Residences, according to The Howard Hughes Corp.

Reference: www.chron.com
United's Houston-to-Haneda Airport in Japan route rejected
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    886 Visits

United Airlines' application to fly from Houston to Tokyo's Haneda Airport has been rejected, though the U.S. Department of Transportation did grant tentative approval to fly from four other United hubs.

Reference: www.chron.com
Hines opens Bike Vault at downtown office tower
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    940 Visits

Hines held a grand opening for a bike room at its eco-friendly 609 Main office tower on Bike to Work Day. The Bike Vault has parking for up to 32 bicycles, changing facilities, storage lockers, bike repair stations, free refreshments and towel service.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas adds 29,000 jobs in April; unemployment slips to 3.7 percent
Business
Published in 19-5-2019
    896 Visits

The Texas unemployment rate fell back to its all-time low in Aprilas the state economy continued to create jobs at a solid pace.

Reference: www.chron.com
After Hurricane Harvey, Houston economy grows. But what about next time?
Economy
Published in 19-5-2019
    501 Visits

Regional economic indicators took a little dip last fall after the storm, but have otherwise resumed growth, supported by a healthy national economy and a recovering oil market. But the next storm may not be the same.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas' robust economic expansion could be slowing
Economy
Published in 19-5-2019
    920 Visits

A slight decline in job growth and a cooling off of the Texas housing market may be signs that the state's robust economic expansion could be starting to slow, according to a report by the Federal Reserve Bank in Dallas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas unemployment falls to record low
Economy
Published in 19-5-2019
    984 Visits

The unemployment rate in Texas hit a historic low in October, plunging to 3.7 percent, as the state's employers boosted payrolls for a 28th consecutive month, according to government data.

Reference: www.chron.com
Dallas Fed revises down 2019 economic growth outlook for Mexico
Economy
Published in 19-5-2019
    774 Visits

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas downgraded its 2019 outlook for Mexico's economy amid falling export and industrial production and the falling value of the peso compared to the dollar.

Reference: www.chron.com


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