Housing Woes Threaten Economy
New-home sales tumbled 33 percent in May, the biggest drop on record, according to the U.S. Commerce Department.
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Geithner: Bailout Costs Should Be Recouped
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told a Congressional panel that taxpayers will likely get most of their investments back from the banking, insurance, and automotive industries.
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Mortgage Applications Decline
Despite low interest rates, total activity dropped 1.2 % over the prior week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Associaiton.
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Inmates Get $9.1 Million in Home Buyer Credits
More than 1,200 prison inmates, including 241 serving life sentences, fraudulently received first-time buyer credits.
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Find Out Which U.S. Cities Are Growing Fastest
Census data reveals some surprising results about urban population growth.
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What Do Apartment Dwellers Really Want?
Low rent, close-in location, and in-unit laundry top the list of key features desired by apartment seekers.
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