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6 real estate headlines: 04-Mar

A daily dose of headlines for real estate agents, mortgage lenders and consumers.

Appeal property tax and win
Bankrate
: Good news for Americans facing eye-popping property taxes: You can fight city hall, or whichever government body sends you this annual economic albatross.
Region's blighted neighborhoods left out of recovery
Washington Examiner
: While much of Washington is enjoying a housing recovery, neighborhoods in parts of Prince William and Prince George's counties, especially, are being left behind.
Existing home sales inch up
CNN Money
: According to the National Association of Realtors, homes sold at an annual rate of 5.36 million in January, up 2.7% from December and 5.3% higher than January 2010 sales.
Regulators push 20% down payments
Wall Street Journal
: The proposal is being floated as a way to rewrite rules for mortgage lending to prevent a rerun of the financial crisis that resulted from years of easy credit.
Is Donald Trump moving to Virginia?
Washington Post
: Embattled Virginia socialite and winemaker Patricia Kluge may have found a white knight to preserve her Charlottesville empire – real estate mogul Donald Trump.
Geithner pushes GOP for housing finance overhaul
Los Angeles Times
: Republicans, who now control the U.S. House of Representatives, want to scale back the government's footprint in housing finance and give the private sector a larger role.

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