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Rent gains slow for Houston-area single-family homes
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Published in 18-9-2019
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Rent growth for single-family homes in the Houston area moderated in July, with prices gaining 1.7 percent year-over-year, according to a new CoreLogic report.

Reference: www.chron.com
Airport employees to protest at IAH for $15 wage
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Published in 18-9-2019
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Airport functions are not expected to be affected, since protesters will partake in the demonstration on their personal time.

Reference: www.chron.com
Kohl’s to hire nearly 1,170 seasonal workers in Houston for the holidays
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Published in 18-9-2019
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Kohl's plans to hire 90,000 seasonal workers for the holidays, including nearly 1,170 in the Houston area.

Reference: www.chron.com
Car sales plunge nearly 17 percent in August
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Published in 18-9-2019
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New vehicle sales in the Houston area plunged 16.7 percent last month, despite Labor Day weekend discounts and lower interest rates.

Reference: www.chron.com
Climate events cost billions to Americans' public health, study finds
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Published in 18-9-2019
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The West Nile virus in Texas in 2012 led to 89 premature deaths and 1,628 hospital admissions, researchers found, representing $1.1 billion in additional health costs in the state.

Reference: www.chron.com
Luby’s to explore 'strategic alternatives,' including possible sale
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Published in 11-9-2019
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Luby's is considering several "strategic alternatives" to maximize shareholder value, including a possible sale of the iconic Texas cafeteria chain.

Reference: www.chron.com
NW Houston office complex hits the market
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Published in 11-9-2019
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BentallGreenOak, an affiliate of Sun Life, has put Remington Square, a three-building office campus totaling 392,000 square feet in northwest Houston, up for sale, according to Real Estate Alert.

Reference: www.chron.com
United 'Young Adult Discount' available for football season, holiday travel
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Published in 11-9-2019
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United Airlines is giving young adults a 10 percent discount on travel booked by Dec. 31.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston manufacturing executives feeling more optimistic
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Published in 11-9-2019
    726 Visits

After months of pessimism in the manufacturing industry, executives reported feeling more positive about the near-term future of their sector in Houston, good news for the local economy.

Reference: www.chron.com
Mortgage rates have fallen. Will homebuyers respond? Houston waits
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Published in 11-9-2019
    562 Visits

Home sales are often hottest in August, right before kids return to school. Such was the expectation this year, as mortgage rates have fallen to three-year lows, and Houston’s economy is expanding, adding jobs at a rapid clip as wages rise and unemployment falls.

As a result, many in the real estate industry have waited for the market to respond. So far, they’re still waiting.

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Reference: www.chron.com
Luby’s to explore 'strategic alternatives,' including possible sale
Business
Published in 11-9-2019
    137 Visits

Luby's is considering several "strategic alternatives" to maximize shareholder value, including a possible sale of the iconic Texas cafeteria chain.

Reference: www.chron.com
NW Houston office complex hits the market
Business
Published in 11-9-2019
    771 Visits

BentallGreenOak, an affiliate of Sun Life, has put Remington Square, a three-building office campus totaling 392,000 square feet in northwest Houston, up for sale, according to Real Estate Alert.

Reference: www.chron.com
United 'Young Adult Discount' available for football season, holiday travel
Business
Published in 11-9-2019
    779 Visits

United Airlines is giving young adults a 10 percent discount on travel booked by Dec. 31.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston manufacturing executives feeling more optimistic
Business
Published in 11-9-2019
    293 Visits

After months of pessimism in the manufacturing industry, executives reported feeling more positive about the near-term future of their sector in Houston, good news for the local economy.

Reference: www.chron.com
Mortgage rates have fallen. Will homebuyers respond? Houston waits
Business
Published in 11-9-2019
    323 Visits

Home sales are often hottest in August, right before kids return to school. Such was the expectation this year, as mortgage rates have fallen to three-year lows, and Houston’s economy is expanding, adding jobs at a rapid clip as wages rise and unemployment falls.

As a result, many in the real estate industry have waited for the market to respond. So far, they’re still waiting.

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Reference: www.chron.com


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