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Confidence among new home builders is at a six year high.
The electric car company comes out on top, winning the Car of the Year for 2013.
Some cities are doing better than when Obama took office, but others are worse off.
Chalk another one up for the recession and how it has altered life in America.
Building permits for multi-unit rentals have jumped over 90% from a year ago.
U.S. home owners are refinancing their mortgages at the fastest clip since 2005, but the difference now is they are putting cash in, not taking it out.
As the supply of appartments finally rises, demand weakens.
It may not seem like a lot, but 27% of Americans believe the value of their homes will increase in the next year.
Sales beat expectations for August and rose to their highest levels since May 2010.
Ford shares are stuck because of its problems in Europe.