Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


Silver Line Marks Milestone (Transportation Nation) Builders of the Silver Line to Dulles Airport put in place the final span of the bridges that will carry the rail through its first phase of construction, expected to complete in late 2013.

"For Sale By Owner" founder resorts to using broker to sell his home (Daily Mail) Online market spent 6 months trying to sell his $2m New York City flat through his website, then gave in and hired a real estate agent who got above asking price.

Council Member Graham's Heavy Hand in Metro Award (Washington Times) Graham improperly used his office to steer Metro development project to a donor.

Mortgage Rates Hold Steady at All Time Lows (Mortgage News Daily)  While the stock markets have been moving and Bernanke has begun his testimony before Congress, rates are staying stable.

Number of borrowers falling Behind on Payments Flattens Out (HousingWire)  After dropping earlier this year, borrowers falling behind on mortgages rose to 2.5% in June, as Bernanke calls progress in housing market "frustratingly slow."

1 comments:

Jen Angotti on Jul 18, 2012, 8:20:00 AM said...

love the "for sale by owner" guy couldn't sell his place and had to hire an agent. yea..it's harder than you think buddy.

 

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