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More homeowners are putting houses on the market, driving prices -- and buyers' choices -- up.
For decades, baby boomers have dominated the market place. Now, as the youngest members of the post-World War II generation reach retirement, they continue to play a vital role in the Washington region's housing market.
A second round of foreclosures is hitting Maryland and more people are losing their homes as the state catches up on the backlog of delinquent mortgages.
Foreclosures decreased last year in the D.C. region despite rising foreclosure rates in the Maryland suburbs.
The local housing market is gaining steam but some new numbers show a more complicated scenario.
Searching for an apartment may be more challenging now than it's been for a while. Vacancies are down and rental rates up. Here are some tips for potential renters.
Once again, there are fewer foreclosed homes being sold in the region but it's not a sign of a strengthening market in all areas.
Prince George's County had been struggling along with the country during the foreclosure crisis but now, the numbers tells a different story. Prince George's County may actually be surging.
Foreclosures may not own the housing market, but they do continue to flood it.