The DC Housing Market: 7 of the Greatest Places to Invest

There are many great places in Washington, DC when it comes to investing in real estate. You can learn more about the DC housing market here. Washington DC is home to a lot of amazing things. From The White House to the Smithsonian Museums to countless restaurants, breweries, and entertainment venues, DC has it all. 

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Politicos want to ‘make federal buildings great again’

The National Civic Art Society has made a proposal to establish a “classical architectural style” for all new federal buildings in Washington D.C. and across the U.S. The proposed executive order, which is called “Make Federal Buildings Beautiful Again” in a play on U.S. President Donald Trump’s old slogan, seeks to establish an architectural style

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Washington D.C. lawmakers say they can’t afford to rent an apartment

The cost of renting an apartment in Washington D.C. is so high that some congressional lawmakers claim they’re being forced to sleep in their offices in Capitol Hill as they can’t afford to rent a place of their own

Recity analyses key development trends in Washington DC

Real estate pipeline data and analytics company Recity has just released a new analysis about future development trends in the Washington DC area. Recity is a real estate analytics company that provides data-driven insights and metrics around real estate development and investment activity in urban markets. It gathers data about recently completed, under construction, planned,

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How Much is the White House Really Worth?

Election season is on the horizon, with the most coveted job in the United States once again up for grabs. Republican Mitt Romney is going all out in his bid to unseat President Obama from the White House, spending a whopping $78,624,564 in his campaign so far, according to the Federal Election Commission.

Top Five Cities to Live for Young Families

Young families just starting out naturally look for the best of everything, and that includes affordable homes, great schools, lots of jobs, low crime rates and lots of stuff to see and do. As such, the Realty Biz News staff got their heads together, pored over the data, wracked their brains, argued the toss, banged some heads together and finally came up with these five cities as the best places in the US to raise a young family today.

Government Failing Multicultural Homebuyers, Says Coalition

The Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA), the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP), and the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) have collectively determined that the U.S. government is not doing enough to meet the needs of multicultural homebuyers. The three organizations are the largest representing multicultural real estate professionals.

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Washington D.C. Still Leads Recovery

Washington D.C. remained the leader among major U.S. markets in commercial real estate pricing recovery in 2010. The region posted a 5 percent increase in the fourth quarter last year. More specifically, commercial property pricing in that area gained 15 percent for the year and 19 percent since its market low.

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