Recent content from Jim Buchta
No-visit, all-cash house buying is expected to expand in coming year.
Gino Blefari replaces HomeServices of America founder Ron Peltier, who will become executive chairman.
The deal includes 40 offices and 1,750 sales agents and staff in 21 counties in Florida.
After the first full business week since the shutdown began, executives and entrepreneurs are starting to see more widespread effects.
Builders paid more for land, labor and materials, making it difficult for them to cater to a segment of the market where demand was most fierce: first-time buyers and downsizing baby boomers.
Isadore Nut Co. discovered the solution to its cost problem in the kitchen of a Golden Valley apartment building.
Labor crunch in Twin Cities building trades has led to increasing construction delays and higher costs.
Rise in listings, decrease in sales suggest Twin Cities area prices should decline. But for now, median sale breaks $265,000 in November, a record.
Developer says it will focus on projects in the suburbs.
One of the downtown Minneapolis office buildings that houses Target Corp. has a new owner.