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The Cato Institute 2022 Housing Affordability National Survey Indicates Concern Over Housing Affordability

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The Stats Say Alcohol Intake is Down, but the Demand for Flavor is Not. Can the Mocktail Movement Meet Consumer’s Alcohol-Free Needs?
February 4, 2023

The holiday months are filled with indulgent food and drink, spurring the “Dry January” event, which has become a movement many partake in with the dawning of the New Year. In 2021, NIelsonIQ found that 22 percent of U.S. consumers stated they were decreasing their alcohol intake, and non-alcoholic beverage sales were up 19 […]

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Healthcare Cyberattacks Grew in 2022
February 3, 2023

Concerning data from cybersecurity firm Check Point indicates an increase in cyberattacks on healthcare organizations by 74% in 2022 from the previous year. Healthcare is currently the third most attacked global industry (1,463 attacks per week) behind government/military (1,661 attacks per week) and education/research (2,314 attacks per week.) And in the United States, Healthcare […]

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Top Trends at CES 2023 from Bosch, John Deere, and More
February 3, 2023

Top notch technology and top notch attendance secured CES 2023 its gold medal; to put it simply, this year’s CES was a huge success. The world’s largest and most prominent consumer electronics and technology exhibition, CES served its usual role as a testing ground for ground-breaking innovations across multiple verticals. From 5G to Web3, and […]

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The Cato Institute 2022 Housing Affordability National Survey Indicates Concern Over Housing Affordability
January 19, 2023

The Cato Institute 2022 Housing Affordability National Survey was released and the results reflect national concern regarding the housing market and its affordability. There are signs that the housing market is correcting itself after a couple of hot years, but the process has been gradual. Mortgage interest rates are still roughly twice what they were […]

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As Mortgage Rates Stay Up, Lenders and Brokers Need to Get ‘Creative’
August 7, 2022

Editor’s Note: This report was initially conducted after July 14’s Freddie Mac weekly average mortgage rates were released. Though the video focuses on those specific averages, the article has been expanded upon to add context from the last several weeks of mortgage rate fluctuation. Freddie Mac’s weekly averages since July 14 have been volatile, with […]

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Mainstream Modular by Guerdon Modular: Developing Housing for the City of Aspen
March 9, 2022

Building safe and secure housing is often a foundational base for every architect’s designs. Modular consultant of Cairn Consulting, Weston Bierma, certainly holds this close at hand in the Burlingame Ranch Phase 3 build in Aspen, Colorado. He spoke with host of Mainstream Modular, Tyler Kern, about the perks of modular building and the planning […]

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U.S. Housing Market Lays New Ground in 2022, But Challenges Remain
January 11, 2022

2021 brought quite a bit of uncertainty for the housing market, just like 2020. This time, though, it’s inflation, rising material prices, supply chain issues, and the high cost of purchasing a home that is giving the industry a headache. As 2022 settles in, the housing market is looking to pick up where it left […]

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What in the World is Going on with the United States Housing Market?
April 26, 2021

U.S. new-home sales rebounded sharply in March to the highest since 2006. Watch or read below to hear Mark Vitner, senior economist at Wells Fargo, speak about the causes and long term impacts of the U.S. housing demands. Host: I’m curious, Mark, when you look at some of the data that we’ve been getting out […]

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