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Reconstructing Frank Lloyd Wright, Block by Block

The world’s largest single-site gathering of Frank Lloyd Wright buildings isn’t located in a place you’d normally associate with Wright, or with architectural treasures. More

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FHA Returns to Higher Conforming Loan Limit

The law will return the limit to $729,750 for two years. More

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Unemployed FHA Borrowers to Get Year of Forbearance

The Obama administration intends for the changes to become an industry standard. More

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Florida's Population Boom and Bust

The large influx of new residents that the state experienced during the first part of the last decade slowed dramatically by decade's end. More

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MBA Taps Stevens as New CEO

The Mortgage Bankers Association on Tuesday said David H. Stevens, assistant secretary for housing and commissioner of the Federal Housing Administration under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Developement, will join the group June 1 as its president and CEO. Stevens will succeed John A. Courson, who previously announced his intended departure. More

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A key to lowering unemployment rate in the months ahead: startups

Few discount the importance of small businesses as a driver of jobs creation. More

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Foreclosure Filings Decrease 4% in October

RealtyTrac executive suggests parallel 9% drop in bank repossessions is substantially due to ‘robo-signing’ debacle. More

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Center For Transit-Oriented Development Launches Online Transit Database

New online database sheds new light on location, location, location. More

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NAHB Wins Victory Over EPA

The EPA was forced to withdraw a key portion of new stormwater management regulations for the construction industry. More

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HUD Secretary Reassures Builders

Donovan says housing will be included in the Obama administration’s recovery plans. More

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