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Source: washingtonpost.com - Real Estate

Real Estate

Bringing More Into the Fold

Frankly, it's scary to head toward a place where I never planned to go.
full story >>

Pint-Size Powder Rooms

When responding to nature's call means trekking up or down a flight of stairs to reach a bathroom, many homeowners start looking around for a more convenient place to put the toilet and sink.
full story >>

A Crusade For Competition

The Department of Justice has two blunt warnings for the American home real estate establishment:
full story >>

High on Their Lofty Spaces on the Hill

Jamie Brown and Kyle Hamblin say they won't be buying another 17-foot Christmas tree this year.
full story >>

Housing Starts Fade After Busy February

U.S. builders broke ground on tens of thousands fewer homes than expected in March, the biggest one-month drop in residential construction activity in 14 years, according to government figures released yesterday.
full story >>

In Real Estate Fever, More Signs of Sickness

Matt Marshman watched it happen in one Germantown neighborhood in February. Each house that went up for sale cost about $15,000 more than the last. And the houses were all very much alike.
full story >>

Md. Seeks To Speed Up Enforcement

Maryland real estate regulators and the state association of Realtors are optimistic that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) will sign a bill passed by the General Assembly that changes how licensing and regulation staffing is funded. The bill aims to address a backlog of paperwork and complaints that have piled up as the real estate market boomed and state funds dwindled.
full story >>

Is Green Building Budding?

Friday marks 35 years since the first Earth Day. Have America's homes turned "green" yet?
full story >>

Curbside Recycling Proves An Easy Way to Go Green

While environmental problems such as polluted oceans and shrinking rain forests may seem impossible to tackle on an individual level, recycling has proven to be a way for homeowners to make the planet a slightly cleaner, healthier place.
full story >>

Study Shows Loan Brokers' Better Side

For years, mortgage brokers, who originate more than half of home loans, have been targets of criticism from federal agencies and consumer advocates.
full story >>

Source: washingtonpost.com - Real Estate

Real Estate

Bringing More Into the Fold

Frankly, it's scary to head toward a place where I never planned to go.
full story >>

Pint-Size Powder Rooms

When responding to nature's call means trekking up or down a flight of stairs to reach a bathroom, many homeowners start looking around for a more convenient place to put the toilet and sink.
full story >>

A Crusade For Competition

The Department of Justice has two blunt warnings for the American home real estate establishment:
full story >>

High on Their Lofty Spaces on the Hill

Jamie Brown and Kyle Hamblin say they won't be buying another 17-foot Christmas tree this year.
full story >>

Housing Starts Fade After Busy February

U.S. builders broke ground on tens of thousands fewer homes than expected in March, the biggest one-month drop in residential construction activity in 14 years, according to government figures released yesterday.
full story >>

In Real Estate Fever, More Signs of Sickness

Matt Marshman watched it happen in one Germantown neighborhood in February. Each house that went up for sale cost about $15,000 more than the last. And the houses were all very much alike.
full story >>

Md. Seeks To Speed Up Enforcement

Maryland real estate regulators and the state association of Realtors are optimistic that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) will sign a bill passed by the General Assembly that changes how licensing and regulation staffing is funded. The bill aims to address a backlog of paperwork and complaints that have piled up as the real estate market boomed and state funds dwindled.
full story >>

Is Green Building Budding?

Friday marks 35 years since the first Earth Day. Have America's homes turned "green" yet?
full story >>

Curbside Recycling Proves An Easy Way to Go Green

While environmental problems such as polluted oceans and shrinking rain forests may seem impossible to tackle on an individual level, recycling has proven to be a way for homeowners to make the planet a slightly cleaner, healthier place.
full story >>

Study Shows Loan Brokers' Better Side

For years, mortgage brokers, who originate more than half of home loans, have been targets of criticism from federal agencies and consumer advocates.
full story >>

Source: washingtonpost.com - Real Estate

Real Estate

Bringing More Into the Fold

Frankly, it's scary to head toward a place where I never planned to go.
full story >>

Pint-Size Powder Rooms

When responding to nature's call means trekking up or down a flight of stairs to reach a bathroom, many homeowners start looking around for a more convenient place to put the toilet and sink.
full story >>

A Crusade For Competition

The Department of Justice has two blunt warnings for the American home real estate establishment:
full story >>

High on Their Lofty Spaces on the Hill

Jamie Brown and Kyle Hamblin say they won't be buying another 17-foot Christmas tree this year.
full story >>

Housing Starts Fade After Busy February

U.S. builders broke ground on tens of thousands fewer homes than expected in March, the biggest one-month drop in residential construction activity in 14 years, according to government figures released yesterday.
full story >>

In Real Estate Fever, More Signs of Sickness

Matt Marshman watched it happen in one Germantown neighborhood in February. Each house that went up for sale cost about $15,000 more than the last. And the houses were all very much alike.
full story >>

Md. Seeks To Speed Up Enforcement

Maryland real estate regulators and the state association of Realtors are optimistic that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) will sign a bill passed by the General Assembly that changes how licensing and regulation staffing is funded. The bill aims to address a backlog of paperwork and complaints that have piled up as the real estate market boomed and state funds dwindled.
full story >>

Is Green Building Budding?

Friday marks 35 years since the first Earth Day. Have America's homes turned "green" yet?
full story >>

Curbside Recycling Proves An Easy Way to Go Green

While environmental problems such as polluted oceans and shrinking rain forests may seem impossible to tackle on an individual level, recycling has proven to be a way for homeowners to make the planet a slightly cleaner, healthier place.
full story >>

Study Shows Loan Brokers' Better Side

For years, mortgage brokers, who originate more than half of home loans, have been targets of criticism from federal agencies and consumer advocates.
full story >>