Thursday, April 05, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


Where have all the new condos gone? (Washington Post) As the market heats up for condo sales, buyers have nowhere near the choices they once had to purchase new condominiums.

Survey finds that Fannie and Freddie should cease buying mortgages (Realestaterama) A national public survey reveals that a majority of the public (72%) think that after the $184m government bail out the mortgage giants should get out of the business.

Developers hire Sorg for N. Capitol and K site (CityPaper) Non profits hope to build 130 foot tower for subsidized housing on North Capitol.

Recovery of office market across the U.S. continues, but at a new, slower pace (sys-con Media) Jones Lang LaSalle report finds mixed results are like across the country, but a "stagnant" market ahead for DC and New York.

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