Real estate, housing and economic news round up for June 10 2016…
I Know Ugly: What Makes this Jobs Report So Truly Ugly?
Change Does Not Always Mean Improvement: 11 Charts That Show How American Houses Have Changed Since the 70’s
Hope Things Are MUCH Better Than Modest: Conference Board Says Job Growth Will Remain Modest
Nom Nom Nom: Why Housing is About to Eat the US Economy
Because Financing Them Is So Hard For Far Too Many: Cash Transactions Account for Over 60 Percent of Low-Priced Home Sales
They Both Still Suck: Zillow Reaches $130M Settlement with Move
Careful What You Ask For: Does This Fannie-Freddie Resurrection Need to Die?
If Nothing Changes, Never: When Will the Investor Honeymoon with Real Estate End?
They Are Going to Talk About Us: Bilderbergers Will Discuss “The Precariat”
Try Prison Instead: Can Philosophy Stop Bankers From Stealing?
The Waiting Is the Hardest Part: The Coming Housing Boom From Millennials
National Not Local: Home Prices Increased Nearly 6.2 Percent Year Over
A Poll of Predictions: Next Fed Rate Hike in September?
Another Uncomfortable Truth: BLS Says Jobs Openings Up; Actually, Openings Falling Fast!
Uncomfortable Truth: Fewer People Getting Hired Despite High Number of Openings and Few Layoffs
Where Are We Going And Why Am I In This Hand Basket: Americans’ Satisfaction With US Direction Remains Low
Glimmer of Hope: ADP Says Private Sector Employment Increased
Ruh Roh: Total US Weekly Rail Traffic Down 17.3% Compared With the Same Week Last Year
Feeling Overwhelmed: Streak of Underwhelming Economic News Continues with JOLTS
Gloom, Despair, Agony on Me: Incredible Crushing Despair of the White Working Class
But We Gotta Blame Somebody: It’s Not Just Millennials Who Aren’t Buying Homes