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Hispanic Consumer Sentiment Index

Hispanic Consumer Index Finds More Optimism About Finances, Economy in First Quarter of 2024

By | 04/17/2024

Hispanics were more optimistic about their finances and the economy due to the declining unemployment rate among Hispanics, a new poll from the Florida Atlantic University Business and Economic Polling Initiative (FAU BEPI) shows.

Rental Market

Study: Affordability Crisis Lingers Despite Normalizing Rent Growth

By | 04/16/2024

Rent growth in the United States has returned back to the typical yearly increase for the most part, though many households are still struggling to afford rents, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and two other schools.

Riskiest Housing Markets

Study: Here are the Riskiest Housing Markets to Own in Based on Price-to-Rent Premiums

By | 03/19/2024

While housing values in Sunbelt states have benefited from recent demographic changes, these states may be most at risk for pricing corrections, new data from researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University indicates.

Housing Premiums

Study: Housing Premiums Shrink, Signaling Good News for Homebuyers

By | 03/12/2024

Housing premiums in many markets in the country are starting to decline, suggesting that many areas across the country are moving toward stabilization, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University.

BAC limits

Study: Stricter BAC Limits May Lead to More Hit-and-Run Fatalities

By | 03/07/2024

Stricter laws on blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limits while driving might have an unintended consequence on hit-and-run fatalities, according to a study from researchers at Florida Atlantic University and the University of Miami

Kevin Cox Wins Best Paper at National Conference

FAU’s Adams Center Director Wins Best Paper at National Conference

By | 02/09/2024

Kevin Cox, Ph.D., director of the Adams Center for Entrepreneurship at Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business was awarded top honors at a national conference last month.

 


 
 
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