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  • In West Friendship, a perfect family space — and lots of it

    In West Friendship, a perfect family space — and lots of it
    Megan McSally and her fiance, Joe Marino, had one very important reason for moving into their 4,800-square foot Colonial-style home on an acre in West Friendship — the two have a combined seven children.
  • Residents question bang for buck with property taxes

    Residents question bang for buck with property taxes
    Residents in Woodridge have concerns about housing costs and property taxes, according to the latest community needs survey. A total of 16.7 percent of the 523 respondents believe that housing costs are a major disadvantage. That compares with 10.9...

    Home building slows in November

    Home building slows in November
    The home-building business is closing the year on a down note. Housing starts and building permits both fell in November, the Commerce Department reported Tuesday. Analysts had expected modest gains. The number of building permits issued dipped 5.2%...

    Southland home prices hit plateau

    Southland home prices hit plateau
    After a furious run-up in home prices in 2013, the Southern California housing market flattened out this year — setting the stage for slow but steady growth next year. The 2015 housing market could be downright normal by the roller-coaster...

    Hollywood turnpike toll booths disappearing

    Hollywood turnpike toll booths disappearing
    Q: What kind of work is being done at the Hollywood interchange on Florida's Turnpike? Rochelle Weissman via Twitter @RoDKW A: Overhead gantries are being installed in preparation for the conversion to electronic tolling in the fall of 2015. Once...