Thursday, May 19, 2011

6 real estate headlines: 19-May

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

8 tips for a successful open house
: You're throwing open the doors to sell your home. Now how do you make sure the right people show up?
Should we celebrate lower home prices?
: The relentless expansion of home size since World War II�encouraged by federal subsidies, including the mortgage-interest tax deduction�arguably resulted in many Americans being "over-housed."
Developer hoping to win federal agency for PG County
Washington Examiner
: Naylor Road is one of four sites that county officials are highlighting as prime federal office space.
April brings modest rise in housing listings
Wall Street Journal
: Nationally, inventories typically rise in April from March as the busy shopping season gets underway. Over the last 28 years, the average increase in April has been around 5%.
District losing affordable housing deal
Washington Post
: The project is a case study of the breakdowns in the nation's $2 billion-a-year affordable-housing program, in which extensive construction delays have derailed the development of thousands of homes.
New residential developments on 14th Street just keep coming
DC Urban Turf
: Here is a quick rundown of residential projects that are either under construction or planned for 14th Street between R Street and Euclid Street.

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