Thursday, October 11, 2012

Morning Real Estate Fix

DC housing market appears to be cooling (Washington Post)  DC isn't doing badly compared to the rest of the nation, but the fall market appears to be cooler than expected.

Vornado's edifice complex (CNN Money) The NYC-based commercial real estate giant has gone big by operating some very high profile buildings, as well as having a hand in traditional retail giants.

Fed's Beige Book shows modest uptick in real estate numbers (HousingWire) Expanded economic activity surrounding real estate is reported throughout the country since the last report in late August.

The best times to buy or sell a house (Time Moneyland)  The big picture of what to do when you are thinking of getting in - or out - of real estate.

The end of the Purple Line?  (Washington Examiner)  Maryland lawmakers are fretting that the Purple Line, the light rail from Bethesda to New Carrollton, might never be built due to lack of state funding, even though the federal government will pick up half the tab.


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