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This chef got Covid, got laid off and then became a homebuilder

Joshua Copeland at the Colorado Homebuilding Academy Ryan Dumville | CNBC The coronavirus pandemic hit Joshua Copeland and his industry hard. The 38-year-old chef contracted Covid-19...

Homebuilder sentiment sets another record high in October

Contractors install shingles on the roof of a home under construction in Park City, Utah, U.S., on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020. George Frey | Bloomberg...

Bringing the outside into the office: Coronavirus bolsters push towards healthier building design

CookFox Architects, a firm in Manhattan that works on sustainability and green spaces in designing buildings, is a showcase for biophilia, with its office...

She waited half a year for her unemployment benefits. What that delay cost her

In mid-September, the envelope finally arrived. As Erin Madden opened it and pulled out the debit card with her unemployment benefits on it, all she...

Kamala Harris attends virtual fundraiser hosted by execs at real estate giant Related Companies

Democratic U.S. vice presidential nominee and Senator Kamala Harris speaks at a drive-in campaign event in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 2, 2020. David Becker...

Here are some mortgage refinancing options, even for people with bad credit

Courtney Keating | Getty Images Even homeowners with poor credit scores may be able to take advantage of mortgage refinancing options to ease their financial...

Shares of China property developer Evergrande dive after announcing discounted new share sale

China’s Evergrande Real Estate Group. Brent Lewin | Bloomberg | Getty Images SINGAPORE — Shares of China Evergrande plunged on Wednesday, after the indebted Chinese property...

Dropbox is the latest San Francisco tech company to make remote work permanent

Dropbox Inc. co-founder Drew Houston waits as Dropbox (DBX) is listed for the company’s initial public offering (IPO) at the Nasdaq Market Site in...