Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


Affordable housing proponents should focus on land, too (CityPaper)  If the city did a better job of up-zoning some if its land, developers would be able to provide more affordable housing.

Housing market at an inflection point (Columbia Journalism Review)  While prices in some areas of the U.S. are still falling, anticipation is leading to a changing perception about buying real estate.

New McMillan plan blends growth, preservation (Greater Greater Washington)  Under a newly released vision for the sand filtration site, 55% of the area will be dedicated to open space, and some of the silos will remain.

Stunned home buyers find bidding wars are back (Wall Street Journal)  The number of contracts written per property is at a high, and many indicators point to rising home prices in the future.

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