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How Sequestration Cuts May Pummel Housing

Sequestration could also hit the nation’s home builders, especially those with a large footprint around Washington, DC and Northern Virginia, like Toll Brothers, which reported a first quarter profit Wednesday, and NVR. “Industry tailwinds look to be gaining steam, but … Continue reading

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Affordable housing leader Carol Galante talks about the future of foreclosures

Carol Galante led affordable development firm Bridge Housing before President Barack Obama tapped her to serve in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.  Blanca Torres Reporter- San Francisco Business Times Email  | Twitter Carol Galante, who made her mark … Continue reading

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SF proposes new rules on student housing

San Francisco is changing its rules for student housing, which could cause new concerns for the city’s college and university students who are looking to find a spot to park their books and laptops. Worried that the city’s 14 postsecondary … Continue reading

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Transportation boosts cost of living in suburbs

Everyone knows it costs a lot to live in the Bay Area, but a new study points out that when you consider the costs of transportation and housing, the cost of living takes a bigger bite out of your paycheck … Continue reading

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