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What would a post-Fannie and Freddie world look like?

Mar 13, 2014
Many want the quasi-governmental outfits snuffed out for good
Posted In: Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Housing, housing bubble, asset bubble, privatization, real estate
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Rent versus buy: How did you choose your home?

Mar 11, 2014
What was your experience buying or renting your home?
Posted In: home, home buying, real estate
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Mobility remains a challenge for struggling home owners

Feb 28, 2014
This is a good news, bad news story. We'll start with the good news.
Posted In: homeowner, Housing, home ownership, real estate
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What will the housing market look like in 2014?

Jan 1, 2014
Housing prices have been rising steadily in many parts of the U.S. Is this the start of a new bubble?
Posted In: real estate, housing market
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Weekly Wrap: As goes housing, goes the economy? + #longreads

Nov 29, 2013
Cardiff Garcia from FT Alphaville and Bloomberg's Nela Richardson join Lizzie O'Leary to look back at the week's business news and forward at where the economy is going.
Posted In: Weekly Wrap, Housing, real estate, treasury, Jobs, employment, Unemployment
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Tenants fight to stay in foreclosed homes

Nov 28, 2013
Nearly half of people living in foreclosed homes are actually renters
Posted In: foreclosure, mortgage, real estate, foreclosed
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Breaking even on Fannie and Freddie bailouts

Nov 22, 2013
Congress and the White House are weighing what is next for the mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Posted In: bailout, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, real estate, Housing
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Ask Carmen: Home-buying checklist

Nov 15, 2013
We get a lot of questions on when to buy a home. Carmen Wong Ulrich shares some tips to make sure you're ready.
Posted In: buying a home, real estate, advice
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Carmen's lightning round! Personal finance advice for all

Nov 8, 2013
Here at Marketplace Money we get way more questions than we could ever hope to answer.
Posted In: advice, Personal Finance, home buying, real estate
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The air up there

Nov 7, 2013
Air rights, and zoning rules, are what gives cities like New York their skylines. And air rights are worth big money these days.
Posted In: New York City, air rights, real estate

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