Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Morning Real Estate Review


Former D.C. real estate chief returns to NoMa BID (Washington Business Journal) Robin-Eve Jasper will return Oct. 3 as president of the organization she helped to start and where she served as its first president.

O’Malley choice crowns big winner, big losers in Prince George’s real estate (Washington Post) The state’s housing agency will move from Crownsville to New Carrollton, of note to developers in Prince George’s county.

Spec Building is Back, With a Catch
(CNBC) Over the past few years, spec building was close to non-existent, but now the pendulum may be swinging back again, not due to demand, but due to the new consumer in today's market.

The Future of Home: Urban and Smaller, but Still Owned (The Atlantic) A new survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of online real estate resource Trulia shows that 70% of Americans still view home ownership as a part of the American Dream....but Americans' specific preferences for home ownership are shifting.

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