Economics/Class Relations

The housing market isn’t crashing, it has a ‘hangover’ — and it’s why so many buyers are backing out, a Redfin economist explains

The housing market isn't crashing, it has a 'hangover' — and it's why so many buyers are backing out, a Redfin economist explains

The housing market isn’t crashing, it has a ‘hangover’ — and it’s why so many buyers are backing out, a Redfin economist explains

Redfin’s Taylor Marr explains why the real estate industry is seeing a record number of deals fall through and why sellers are dropping asking prices.

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Real estate broker is advising home buyers to be 'second in line' when bidding on a house so you can be there to renegotiate 'when that deal falls through'

Real estate broker is advising home buyers to be ‘second in line’ when bidding on a house so you can be there to renegotiate ‘when that deal falls through’

As competition cools, sellers are starting to losing their leverage. Broker Fredrik Eklund says buyers now have more power to negotiate on prices.

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Walmart hit with lawsuit, accused of firing a Florida mom who claims managers harassed her and denied lactation accommodations

Walmart hit with lawsuit, accused of firing a Florida mom who claims managers harassed her and denied lactation accommodations

A former Walmart employee is suing the company for failing to meet her needs as a new mother and eventually terminating her.

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Inflation has stopped Americans from buying vehicles of all kinds — but they're still splurging on travel and good times

Inflation has stopped Americans from buying vehicles of all kinds — but they’re still splurging on travel and good times

Despite US inflation at a 41-year high, people are still spending on travel-related expenses like flights and hotels.

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