Monday, April 4, 2011

6 real estate headlines: 04-April

A daily dose of headlines for real estate agents, mortgage lenders, homebuyers and home sellers.

DC's most diverse neighborhood: Columbia Heights
DC Urban Turf
: Columbia Heights is still in transition, and at this point, it's not clear whether the community's best characteristic � its dynamic mix of people � will remain a permanent feature.
Sell home. Donate to Japan. Get tax break
Washington Post
: Retired architect and actor Stephen Meadows, 60, wants to sell his $2.5 million Venice Beach home, which he bought from Eric Clapton in 2003 for around $1.4 million.
Real estate market finds new normal
Washington Examiner
: The Washington area market is settling into a new normal, with indicators such as the absorption rate and inventory-to-sale ratios showing movement toward more stable inventory levels.
Mortgage rates steady; do consumers even care?
: With the mortgage market stuck in a swirl, credit conditions as strict as they are, and economic recovery being as unstable as it is, do consumers even care all that much about current mortgage rates?
Troubling dip or double dip?
: Apparently the administration is leaning toward double dip despite its reporting that foreclosure activity and mortgage delinquencies are falling.
Your tax questions answered: Home
CNN Money
: From the more than 1,000 questions you submitted, we picked the investing, filing, retirement, home, and small-business topics most likely to lead you off course.

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