Monthly Archives: March 2012

Celebrity real estate: Bieber punk’d by Kutcher

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Vast majority of Americans not moving, plan to remodel

Lacking confidence in the housing market, most Americans are not moving this year. And since they’re stuck, most have some sort of home improvement project planned for 2012, according to a new survey. Original post by msnbc.com: Real estate

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Cities with the most new construction

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US home prices unchanged in January

U.S. single-family home prices were unchanged in January, suggesting the battered housing market continues to crawl along the bottom, a closely watched survey said on Tuesday. Original post by msnbc.com: Real estate

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Merv Griffin’s former home for sale

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Why BofA’s latest plan is drawing little protest

When Bank of America announced last week an unprecedented plan to become a landlord to thousands of people who couldn’t afford to pay their mortgages, we heard hardly a whisper of scrutiny. Original post by msnbc.com: Real estate

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Pending homes sales dip in February

Contracts to purchase previously owned homes unexpectedly fell in February, suggesting a further pullback in sales as the housing market struggles to regain its footing. Original post by msnbc.com: Real estate

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Former Sinatra home back on market

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Man offers his home for Facebook stock

One man is so eager to get a slice of the social network’s public stock offering he’s willing to give up the home he lives in, reports CNBC’s Jane Wells. Original post by msnbc.com: Real estate

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BofA’s renter plan could help its bottom line

What do you do if you own more foreclosed homes than you know what to do with —and there are more on the way? In Bank of America’s case, you might want to become a landlord. Original post by msnbc.com: … Continue reading

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