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Funding government property development

Posted on Jan 27, 2016

The capital of the United States was first located in Pennsylvania, but a problem with security forced the move to Washington D.C. Here an iconic city became the home and the machine for the U.S. Government. Washington D.C. or just call it the district. It is small, 68 square miles, but contains federal buildings, monuments, […]

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How To Make Money In The San Diego Real Estate Markets

Posted on Jan 4, 2016

If you live in San Diego, California and are a home owner, you are likely wondering how you can make your home more valuable. It is actually possible to make a decent bit of money off of your house like Than Merrill does on his TV show. When a home increases in value, it is […]

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DC Annual Property Taxes: What Commercial Real-Estate Companies Essentially Pay

Posted on Aug 21, 2015

If you are a resident, business owner or are interested in staying informed on the ins and outs of local commercial taxes like Frank Haney, then this comprehensive editorial that will aid you with current DC tax facts.

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VA Organization Seeks Equal Housing for All

Posted on Mar 18, 2015

VA Organization Seeks Equal Housing for All

HOME is currently being led by six officers and is also being looked after by a board of devoted directors. Daniel Watkins, one member of the board, is a prestigious lawyer who works on white-collar crime, commercial disputes and has a strong pro bono practice.

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Underwater Properties Decreasing as Equity Rises

Posted on Mar 18, 2015

There were 11,249,646 equity rich U.S. residential properties with at least 50% positive equity at the end of 2014, representing 20% of all properties with a mortgage. That was up nearly 2.2 million from 9,097,325 equity rich properties at the end of 2013.

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2015 Real Estate Outlook from Real Estate Experts

Posted on Mar 9, 2015

Home sales across many prominent states known for frequent real estate boom and bust were slowed in 2014, in large part due to uncertainty among home buyers and investors. On the bright side, many homes were selling for more than the market price with multiple offers. But as the New Year begins, real estate experts such as Than Merrill expect for a more balanced housing market, with home sales rising and prices increasing moderately.

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