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6 real estate headlines: 28-Mar

A daily dose of headlines for real estate agents, mortgage lenders, homebuyers and home sellers.

Jumping home sales! Housing market heats up
Maryland Gazette
: Existing home sales across Maryland jumped 5 percent in February from a year earlier, according to the Maryland Association of Realtors.
Rep. Kucinich fixing up DC foreclosure property
The Plain Dealer
: Public records show that Ohio representative bought the four-bedroom, brick home in Anacostia for $387,000, a 35 percent discount from its assessed value of $602,980, in April 2009.
Homebuyers find their way to Tyson's Corner
Washington Post
: When stacked up comparable suburban commercial hubs such as White Flint Mall or Largo Town Center, home sales around Tysons are faring no worse, and in some respects, better.
Fannie report warned of foreclosure woes in 2006
Wall Street Journal
: The report said foreclosure attorneys in Florida made false statements in court� to more quickly process foreclosures.
A new vision for redeveloping Walter Reed
WTOP
: It's unknown what percentage of the land will be turned into open space, retail and residential areas. When the construction will begin is also unknown.
South Florida home, condo sales heat up in 2011
Miami Herald
: South Florida saw existing home sales hit stride in January, with more than 2,500 condos sold in the month. But the sales surge�the largest since 2005�came amid still-drooping prices.

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