Thursday, April 14, 2011

6 real estate headlines: 14-April

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

The White House is for sale!
Washington Post
: There is a full-scale, lived-in replica of the White House in McLean.And the owner, who hired a historical architect to help design and build it, is unloading it for the low low price of $4,650,000.
More urban housing at center of region's development future
Washington Examiner
: Much of the Washington area's future development will center on accommodating the growing demand from young professionals and families for urban living.
Budget deal holds pain for housing
Wall Street Journal
: The HOME Investment Partnerships Program, the largest federal block grant designed exclusively to create affordable housing for low-income households, is receiving a $215 million cut.
6 common mistakes home sellers make
: If you're planning on putting your home on the market, it's crucial to understand the time-honored mistakes sellers make, and how to avoid them.

Design house offers dramatic spaces
Washington Times
: Established by the principals of DC Living Real Estate, the design house has raised more than $400,000 for the Childrens National Medical Center in the past three years.

Chantilly mansion for Notre Dame fans only
: Everyone needs to be inspired while they workout, so why not decorate your home gym with the logo of your favorite alma mater?

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