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Detroit’s economy is finally showing signs of improvement, and these positive signs are beginning to trickle down to the city’s housing market. According to MLive.com, a first-quarter market report from the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) shows that homes in Metro Detroit are...

The U.S. is home to an estimated 40,523 carpet and upholstery cleaning businesses, and the industry generates about $4 billion of revenue every year....

While the Dow Jones does its best impression of a roller coaster, some economists are hailing new data as a strong indicator of a healthy economy overall....

Whether it’s a structured settlement, insurance annuity, or lottery winnings, selling these types of policies might be just what you need to begin...

With the announcement of its second quarter earnings, Amazon didn’t just come out on top of its other cloud computing competitors; it spurred a...

To rent, or not to rent? For many Millennials, that is definitely not the question. Many young Americans are more likely to ask, “To pay my student...

Student loan debt: it’s the one part of college that can haunt you before you’ve even arrived on campus, and it remains your unwanted friend...

There’s nothing that American consumers like better than to see a major Wall Street financial institution put in its place, and consumers certainly...

Despite an ostensibly strong showing in previous years, commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) are starting to lose their strength. Sddt.com reports...

Feel like a latte with your loan? A Capital One branch is hoping that a new initiative, in which cafes will be located inside bank branches, will pay...