Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Morning Real Estate Fix


In national home price rise, DC leads the way (Fairfax News)  As national home prices begin to rise, albeit slowly, posting their first six-month winning streak in 3 years, the DC area continued to lead the nation in the 20-city index.

Remembering DC's development struggles of a previous decade (Washington Post)  The early '80s were a time of uncertainty and struggling development as the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) celebrates 30 years of achievement.

Fairfax approves Capital One expansion in Tysons Corner (Washington Post)  The county board last night approved plans for 3.1m s.f. of expansion that Capital One will build over the next decade.  A 20-story office building is likely to be the only new building added in the short term.

Mortgage rates fall to all-time low (Washington Times)  Rate declines follow the FRB's decision to lower rates with more quantitative easing.

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