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  • NBA makes its case against Clippers owner Donald Sterling

    NBA makes its case against Clippers owner Donald Sterling
    Donald Sterling made several attempts to deflect responsibility for his rant against African Americans — even asking his companion V. Stiviano to lie about the authenticity of the recording of the incident, the NBA contended in a supporting...
  • Smaller house price gains for South Florida in April

    Smaller house price gains for South Florida in April
    South Florida sellers aren’t seeing as big a bump in home prices as they did last year. Broward County’s median price for existing single-family homes in April was $273,000, up 9 percent from April 2013, the Greater Fort Lauderdale...
  • Existing home sales rise in April for first time this year

    Existing home sales rise in April for first time this year
    Sales of previously owned homes rose nationwide in April as the housing market picked up some steam amid the spring selling season. Existing home sales climbed 1.3% from March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.65 million, the National Assn. of...
  • Chicago-area home sales down 10% in April as inventory remains tight

    Chicago-area home sales down 10% in April as inventory remains tight
    More Chicago-area homes came on the market in April than in any month during the past four years, a good sign for buyers stymied by a lack of inventory during their home search this spring. Still, the number of available homes listed through the local...
  • Home resales rise 1.3% in April as housing market heats up

    Sales of previously owned homes rose nationwide in April as the housing market picked up some steam amid the spring selling season. Home resales climbed 1.3% from March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.65 million, the National Assn. of Realtors...
  • Should Hartford Buy Wallace Stevens' House?

    Hartford has to love Wallace Stevens. He was an internationally acclaimed poet who was also the vice president of a local insurance company. He would walk from his home at 118 Westerly Terrace in the West End to the offices of the Hartford Financial...
  • Good news, bad news in foreclosure activity

    In the For Crying Out Loud Department, we have yet another reason the housing market is straining to reach normalcy: there aren't enough foreclosures. Not that Rick Sharga wishes mortgage default on anyone — and he acknowledges that the nation...
  • Anne Arundel warehouse occupied by Under Armour sells for $26.5 million

    An Iowa-based real estate investment group has closed on a 352,850-square-foot Anne Arundel County warehouse occupied by Under Armour. The building, located at 7629 Gambrills Cove Road and known as Brandon Woods II, fetched $26.475 million from buyer...
  • Sales of new single-family homes jump 6.4% in April

    The housing market may be in for a spring bounce. Sales of newly built single-family homes surged 6.4% in April from a month earlier, jumping to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 433,000, the Commerce Department said Friday. Economists were expecting...
  • California to vote on veterans housing program, public access funding

    California to vote on veterans housing program, public access funding
    California voters weary of wading through a thicket of confusing state ballot measures in every election will get a welcome respite in the June primary. A $600-million affordable housing program for veterans and a proposal that would require local...
  • Attention on student loans yields efforts for reform

    Repaying student loans can be a drag — and not just on your own finances. This month, the Senate Budget Committee held a hearing on the effect of student debt on U.S. economic growth. The hearing follows a growing body of research that suggests...