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The Best And Worst Cities For Recession Recovery

Joshua Zumbrun forbes.com 11.06.2009
Household Wealth in U.S. Decreased by $1.3 Trillion (Update1)

June 11 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. household wealth fell in the first quarter by $1.3 trillion, extending the biggest slump on record, as home and stock prices dropped.

The Best And Worst Cities For Recession Recovery

WASHINGTON -- The three most important things in real estate: location, location, location.

Belvedere: the la-la land of real estate

Tracey Taylor sfgate.com 11.06.2009
Belvedere: the la-la land of real estate

I don't know about you, but if I was spending $6 million-plus on a new home I would be expecting the place to be ship-shape -- remodels and repairs would not be on my agenda.

Green Real Estate Education announces schools will begin to offer their courses

Green Real Estate Education announces their “green” designation” courses will be offered by 2 Blue Chip Professionals, LLC, a leading school in Maryland providing cutting edge continuing education courses in Maryland, DC Virginia and North Carolina.

Laying claim to real estate domains

MATT CARTER inman.com 10.06.2009

Developers settle Bracebridge litigation

DANNY JACOBS the daily record 09.06.2009
Laying claim to real estate domains

The auctioneer's gavel is scheduled to fall on more than 2,600 properties Thursday in San Francisco, but these "properties" aren't homes or land -- they're "geotargeted" real estate-related Web site domain names that incorporate the names of cities and places around the U.S. and the world.

Developers settle Bracebridge litigation

Two prominent Baltimore developers have settled a $10 million lawsuit involving a 560-acre Cecil County waterfront estate and subdivision, days before their scheduled trial.

Energy Audits Vex Austin's Home Sellers

TOM BENNING The Wall Street Journal 08.06.2009

Short sales stymied by complications, delays

Emmet Pierce signonsandiego.com 08.06.2009
Energy Audits Vex Austin's Home Sellers

The city of Austin, Texas, has begun requiring homeowners to conduct energy-efficiency audits before they can sell their house, a move it says provides a model for cities and states seeking ways to push energy conservation.

Short sales stymied by complications, delays

With an estimated 20 percent of U.S. mortgage holders owing more on their loans than their homes are worth, short sales often represent the best chance for distressed borrowers to avoid foreclosure.

Commercial Real Estate in a Crystal Ball

Ted Karsch bigger pockets 05.06.2009
Commercial Real Estate in a Crystal Ball

Typically the performance of the commercial real estate market in the United States trails behind the rest of the economy and the residential real estate market by at least one year. After watching the painful decline of the US residential real estate market over the past year, many industry watchers are wondering what the future holds for commercial real estate.

Real Estate Professionals Arrested In Mortgage Fraud Scheme

Seattle, Washington - Five people were arrested this morning for their roles in a mortgage fraud scheme in the Puget Sound area that bilked banks and property sellers out of more than $18 million, following an extensive investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).


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