Initial jobless claims for the week ending March 27 rose to 719,000, a number that surpassed the pre-coronavirus record, just one week after filings hit a pandemic low
Construction employment declined by 61,000 as the real estate industry yearns for more housing
by Patrick Kearns Mar 5
Analysts say unemployment will continue to be an ongoing issue even as the pandemic subsides
by Andrea V. Brambila Feb 16
The gains come at a time when unemployment remains high at 6.3% on the heels of the US adding just 49,000 jobs, according to data released Friday by the US Department of Labor
by Patrick Kearns Feb 5
New unemployment claims remain sky high, according to data from the US Department of Labor, even as the COVD-19 vaccine becomes more widely available
by Patrick Kearns Feb 4
A total of 960,668 initial claims were filed, a decrease of 151,303 from the week prior, for the week ending Jan. 16, according to data Thursday from the US Labor Department
by Patrick Kearns Jan 21
More than 840,000 Americans filed new unemployment claims last week as lawmakers agreed on a stimulus deal. Meanwhile, Goggle searches for 'file for unemployment' soared
by Patrick Kearns Dec 31
Approximately 885K Americans filed new unemployment claims last week, up from 853K the week prior, according to data released by the US Department of Labor
by Patrick Kearns Dec 17
The hottest topics for real estate investors this year ran the gamut — Airbnb's IPO, WeWork's new CEO, the vacation rental market's comeback, eviction bans and more
by Lillian Dickerson Dec 15
RentCafe's year-end market analysis covered the rental market's headwinds and a silver lining in the form of increased Gen-Z renting activity
by Marian McPherson Dec 14
As Congress continued to negotiate a stimulus package, 947K individuals filed new unemployment claims, up 229K from the week prior, according to the Labor Department
by Patrick Kearns Dec 10
Kyle Barisich had planned on embarking on a career in real estate someday, but he had no idea how quickly that day would come after theaters were shut down due to the pandemic
The real estate sector — which includes rental and leasing — added 8.5K jobs on a seasonally adjusted rate in November and actually lost 3K jobs if unadjusted for seasonality
by Patrick Kearns Dec 4
The unemployment rate declined to 6.9%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but the country as a whole is still down about 10M jobs since February's pre-pandemic levels
Civvl promises independent contractors they'll earn up to $2,000 per week for helping with evictions and foreclosure cleanouts. But is it legal?
by Marian McPherson Sep 23