Monday, February 20, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


Hill group hopes to squash Hine School Development (CityPaper) A group fighting redevelopment of the vacant school says it is "too high, too dense, too ugly and lacking open space."

Foreclosures abuse rampant across U.S. (Reuters) Consumer groups see "illegal" foreclosure processes across the country.

Home prices fall, but inventory levels improve (Housingwire) Although the average price of a home fell $3,000, the national inventory of single-family homes and multi-family units dropped by 23.2% in January over last January.

A push for restaurants east of the Anacostia (Washington Post) A dearth of sit-down restaurants east of the river leads locals and neighborhood groups pushing for more. Restaurant operators are wary.

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