U.S. Metro Cities Investing the Most in New Housing

Increased demand for new housing in a specific geographic area can be an indicator of job growth and a prospering economy, while a halt in demand in new housing might signify an economic slowdown.  Using data from the U.S. Census Bureau Building Permit Survey, researchers from Construction Coverage identified the metropolitan areas in the nation that are investing the most funds in new housing.

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U.S. Metro Cities Where Minority Businesses are Thriving and Struggling

There are approximately 8 million minority-owned businesses in the United States, and each faces its own obstacles in terms in reaching success, such as access to capital and location. LendingTree just released a new report on the top cities where minority-owned businesses are succeeding, such as those whose annual revenue exceeds $500,000, and places where businesses are struggling to remain afloat.

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