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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review

Half of those living under someone else's roof are 24 to 35 (HousingWire) Half of persons living under someone else's roof are 24 to 35 years old, mostly for economic reasons (45.3 percent of this group are living in poverty, according to the Census).

May saw best housing sales in D.C. since 2005 (The Washington Times) Sales are dramatically higher than they were simply one year ago. Not only are more selling, but more are selling faster. Good news all around for the Washington area.

Tax rules for renting out your vacation home (The Wall Street Journal) Summer's here, so it's a good time to review the tax rules connected to renting out your vacation home.

Historic Preservation Review Board and solar energy clash (The Washington Post) The HPRB has disallowed solar energy because of the panels' visibility from the street.

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