January 29, 2013

Daily Housing News Round-Up

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Construction in the Madison Crescent neighborhood of Gainesville, Va. is an example of the resurgent housing market. Houses built in Madison Crescent stood empty for several years, but all are now sold and new ones are beginning to be built.

Construction in the Madison Crescent neighborhood of Gainesville, Va. is an example of the resurgent housing market. Houses built in Madison Crescent stood empty for several years, but all are now sold and new ones are beginning to be built.
Photo courtesy of The Washington Post

“Housing emerges as economic bright spot after years in the dark,” reports The Washington Post.

Latin Business Today writes, “Housing market poised to push recovery.”

“Mikulski, Senate Colleagues Introduce Legislation to Help End Veteran Homelessness,” prints Real Estate Rama.

The Greenville News says, “Local building market booming.”

“Rally Brings Residents and Politicians to Speak Out for Housing,” runs The Huffington Post.

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