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Level 2 Development, part of the team working with Edens to remake part of the 45-acre Union Market in Northeast D.C., is spreading out with plans to redevelop another site nearby.
Determining right asking price, enlisting knowledgeable agent among keys to getting home sold
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US home sales increase 2.6 percent in June to 5.04 million, fastest pace in 8 months
Montgomery County's finance director said the county has saved $2.9 million in home tax credits since 2012 by identifying rental housing and second homes that were incorrectly receiving the credits.
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Ron Sitrin, Long & Foster
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Younger Americans wait to buy homes because of changes in marital status, education and race
County bill could restrict student rentals of single-family homes in College Park
The latest new apartment building planned for Bethesda's Woodmont Triangle neighborhood is a 14-story, roughly 130-unit project on the Wisconsin Avenue corner occupied for 18 years by the Ranger Surplus store
The newest high-rise apartment to hit the White Flint/North Bethesda area is 25 percent leased and will have its grand opening celebration on Saturday.
A new report out Tuesday finds many who live in the region feel the same way, and it suggests something should be done to change that.
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