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  • Problem With Foley Tax Returns Is Secrecy, Not Privilege

    Problem With Foley Tax Returns Is Secrecy, Not Privilege
    The attacks on Tom Foley for paying next to zero in federal income taxes in 2011, 2012 and 2013 might be justified, because he appears to enjoy a more opulent lifestyle than all but a few deca-millionaires. Then again, the attacks would have no validity...
  • September home prices lag in Palm Beach, Broward

    September home prices lag in Palm Beach, Broward
    Home prices softened in September across Palm Beach and Broward counties, though analysts say it's best to view this as no more than a housing hiccup. Broward's median price for existing homes was $270,000, unchanged from a year earlier and the lowest...
  • Marc Silverman buys Riverwoods house

    Marc Silverman, afternoon co-host of WMVP-AM's "Waddle and Silvy," has moved from the city to the northern suburbs, paying $950,000 for a four-bedroom, 4,014-square-foot house in Riverwoods and selling his longtime condo in Ukrainian Village for $644,000....
  • Marc Silverman, cohost of 'Waddle and Silvy,' pays $950,000 for Riverwoods home

    Marc Silverman, afternoon co-host of WMVP-AM’s “Waddle and Silvy,” has moved from the city to the northern suburbs, paying $950,000 for a four-bedroom, 4,014-square-foot house in Riverwoods and selling his longtime condo in Ukrainian...
  • Chicago-area home sales post third monthly decline

    Chicago-area home sales post third monthly decline
    Existing-home sales in Chicago and its suburbs racked up another slow month in September, but once again, median sales prices continue to beat their year-ago comparisons. It was the third decline in both year-over-year and month-over month sales for...
  • Florida population surging again

    People from other countries and other states are pouring into Florida again, a sign of the state's recovery from a long period of economic doldrums and slow growth. Recently released U.S. Census numbers show that Florida's foreign-born population...
  • U.S. student loan debt is not killing homeownership

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Is surging student debt really preventing an entire generation from becoming first-time homebuyers? That's true, to an extent, but also mischaracterizes education debt as holding most people back, rather than helping them get...
  • September Home Sales Up More Than 9% From Last Year

    September Home Sales Up More Than 9% From Last Year
    Home sales in the Hartford area lost momentum at the end of this year's spring home-buying season but may be seeing a bump up going into the fall, a new report Monday shows. Sales of single-family houses in Greater Hartford jumped 9.4 percent in...
  • Troubles hit Maryland group home for disabled children

    Troubles hit Maryland group home for disabled children
    When state officials removed several disabled foster children from an Anne Arundel County group home in early July — after a 10-year-old boy died there — they placed most of the children with Second Family, a Prince George's County nonprofit...
  • Lehigh Valley baby boomers' wishes lead to more 55-and-over housing

    Lehigh Valley baby boomers' wishes lead to more 55-and-over housing
    Who needs Florida? The Lehigh Valley's baby boomers, like their cohorts across the country, are less likely than their forebears to head into the stereotypical retirement of shuffleboard among the palm trees. Nor are they necessarily flocking to the...
  • At Detroit's border, a barrier separates the haves from have-nots

    At Detroit's border, a barrier separates the haves from have-nots
    The border between Grosse Pointe Park and Detroit represents a huge dividing line separating the haves and have-nots: Detroit's median household income is $26,955. Grosse Pointe Park's is $101,094. The average response time for Grosse Pointe Park...