Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Morning Real Estate Fix


Expedite zoning review so Wal-Mart can open (Washington Post)  A handful of obstructionists sit in the way of jobs, progress, and fairness.  The Board of Zoning Adjustment should fast-track its appeal so things can move forward.

Jumbo loans get easier, helping housing market rebound (Boston.com)  As lenders make it easier for large loans, troubled homes in the higher range find refinancing easier.

Forest City has fastest leasing of any of its apartments at the Yards (Washington Post)  Forest City says its Lofts at the Yards has leased all its 170 apartments, the fastest rate for a lease up in any of the residences it has built.

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