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WASHINGTON— Almost no one is moving to San Francisco to save money. But average home rent has jumped nearly 15 percent in the past year— to $3,129 last month— according to real estate data firm Zillow. Over the 12 months that ended in March, rents nationally climbed a seasonally adjusted average of 3.7 percent nationally, Zillow reported Wednesday.
LONDON, April 21- Last weekend, London couple Vicki Clayton and James Renhard left behind cramped bedrooms that smelt of smoke, housemates who stole their food and a landlord who kept his deposit, and moved into a rented flat of their own. To buy an average house in London today, you need to earn over 100,000 pounds a year, according to the National Housing Federation, a...
LOS ANGELES— Living in an apartment? The average U.S. rent has climbed 14 percent to $1,124 since 2010, according to commercial property tracker Reis Inc. That's four percentage points faster than inflation, and more than double the rise in U.S. home prices over the same period. "The only relief in sight is rents in the hottest markets are going to go up at a slower...
Jim Cramer gives a fresh dose of reality when he focuses investors on all of the positive inputs in the market right now.
NEW YORK— Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Tuesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:. Alcatel-Lucent, up 58 cents to $4.93. JPMorgan Chase& Co., up 97 cents to $63.04.
U.S. stocks closed mixed on Tuesday as investors digested the first of the major earnings reports and moderate economic data.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff cited "the protracted FTC approval process" during the acquisition of Trulia as a reason for weak guidance in 2015. Discussing the stock, with Michael Graham, Canaccord Genuity.
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. fell 4.0 percent to $2.67 with 13,270,300 shares traded. Apple Inc. fell. 4 percent to $126.30 with 24,955,500 shares traded. Axion Power International Inc. rose 6.1 percent to$. 05 with 38,274,900 shares traded.
NEW YORK— Shares of real estate site Zillow fell Tuesday after the company issued a weak revenue outlook due to the later-than-expected closing of its purchase of rival site Trulia. Seattle- based Zillow, which offers users real estate information online, closed on a $2.5 billion acquisition of Trulia in February after a months-long review by antitrust...
Zillow shares dropped as much as 12 percent Tuesday morning, after the company held a call that included guidance well below estimates.
RBC Markets revised its earnings growth estimates for Internet stocks lower on Thursday, citing the strong U.S. dollar as the biggest headwind.
Nearly half of renters surveyed said either their credit or finances keep them from buying a home. CNBC's Diana Olick digs deep into the data of why home renters are growing.
Tesla shares soared more than 6 percent on Monday, but some Fast Money traders still aren't sold on the stock.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
NEW YORK, April 2- Mercedes-Benz and BMW are probing unauthorized exports of luxury cars from the United States to China, which have recently surged and threaten profit in the world's largest auto market, senior executives said. As a result, Daimler AG, which owns premium auto brand Mercedes-Benz, said it intensified efforts to clamp down on exports of U.S. models...
Jim Cramer sees one big fat weakness at Google that should be scooped up. The time is now! Could be an opportunity of a lifetime
March 26- A former LPL Financial LLC broker who borrowed nearly $2.3 million from clients to build a vacation rental property in Hawaii has been permanently barred from the securities industry in a settlement reached with Wall Street's watchdog. Raymond Daniel Schmidt, who was affiliated with the unit of LPL Financial Holdings Inc in Oceanside, California,...
Stan Humphries, Zillow chief economist, shares his predictions on the spring home selling season.
The average tech fund has gained 9.86% a year the past 10 years, vs. 7.99% for the Standard and Poor's 500 index, reports USA Today.
Home builders are increasingly targeting the wealthy as the housing market remains tepid, The New York Times reports.