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  • Efforts to help renters become homeowners continue

    Efforts to help renters become homeowners continue
    As high prices, rising rents and tight credit requirements continue to make homeownership difficult for many families, some private and nonprofit developers are trying to find ways to make homeownership more accessible for renters. At least three...
  • Weekend retreat draws family and friends to the bay

    Weekend retreat draws family and friends to the bay
    Third in a summer series highlighting dream homes on the water. When Wendy and Alex Haig set out five years ago to find the perfect weekend retreat, they were torn between two different bucolic areas: the rolling horse country of Middleburg, Va., and...
  • Can you flip a house for profit in this market?

    Can you flip a house for profit in this market?
    If flipping a house in today's real estate market seems riskier than trekking with a ragtag band of hobbits to Mordor, take heart: Home flippers can still find plenty of opportunities, though they're not entirely without risk. It may seem...
  • Flippers, landlords find new home-loan money

    Flippers, landlords find new home-loan money
    Orlando landlord Brian Lunsford needed $40,000 to renovate a house that a college student almost burned down, so he turned to an online crowdfunding site. Within two days, more than a dozen investors had each agreed to loan him an average of $2,800...
  • Courthouse parking to drop dramatically

    Courthouse parking to drop dramatically
    Finding parking around the Broward County Courthouse can be like searching for a spot in South Beach, minus the glamor. But it soon may get easier — and less expensive. Broward County commissioners are poised to slash parking rates at the publicly...
  • Slowly, A Wave Of Walkable Town Development Gains Speed

    Slowly, A Wave Of Walkable Town Development Gains Speed
    A handful of people were already gathered around the stone fountain in Glastonbury center when a family of four parked on Main Street and walked to a table in the summer sunset to enjoy their burgers and fries. Nearby, a husband and wife from East...
  • Quinn kills bill to cap assessments tied to foreclosed condo sales

    Quinn kills bill to cap assessments tied to foreclosed condo sales
    Gov. Pat Quinn on Tuesday killed a bill that would have limited the amount of money due to a condominium association when a foreclosed unit is sold. The governor, who had to act on the bill by Wednesday, used an amendatory veto to change the bill,...
  • Double trouble: China property launches to deepen inventory overhang, price declines

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Property launches in China are set to surge in the latter half of the year with developers sticking to their schedules despite mounting inventories, spelling double trouble for a market hammered by months of falling prices....
  • Former May Co. building in downtown L.A. is sold for $130 million

    Former May Co. building in downtown L.A. is sold for $130 million
    A huge, run-down former department store on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles has been acquired for about $130 million by New York investors who intend to bring the old May Co. flagship back to prominence as a shopping and office complex. Many old...
  • Meg Ryan Buys NYC Loft from 'Simpsons' Actor (EXCLUSIVE)

    BUYER: Meg Ryan SELLER: Hank Azaria LOCATION: New York City, NY PRICE: $8,000,000 SIZE: 4,000-ish square feet, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: In 2005 celebrity real estate gossip column regular Hank Azaria paid self-portraiting superstar...
  • Clermont mayor candidate Gail Ash is conservative spender

    Clermont mayor candidate Gail Ash is conservative spender
    Part Two Clermont is entering a new era in its municipal life, and voters will get to make a choice in November about who should lead the city, which is becoming younger and more active. Current Mayor Hal Turville is retiring after 16 years from the...