Real Estate News – March 31, 2012




A Tennessee woman says she’s being bullied by her homeowner’s association, all because she used the name of her subdivision to create a private Facebook page for residents (via consumerist.com): http://bit.ly/H8GN6O


China’s Biggest Commercial Real Estate Boom in 6000 Years Shaping Up in Guangzhou (via WorldPropertyChannel.com): http://bit.ly/H7fN3r


Sales of investment and vacation homes surged last year, the latest evidence that investors and higher-income households are taking advantage of low home prices to scoop up bargains (via blogs.wsj.com): http://on.wsj.com/H52DXC


U.S. mortgage rates sneak back below 4% (via bizjournals.com): http://bit.ly/H21bTI


Midwest Housing Market Climbing Back (via cnbc.com): http://bit.ly/H4d4OS


‘Octomom’ Nadya Suleman Faces Eviction This Week, Foreclosure Delayed (via HuffingtonPost.com): http://huff.to/HtdUkh


Sale-leaseback deals are reaching new heights in the Twin Cities as more companies search for ways to free up cash to invest in their businesses (via StarTribune.com): http://bit.ly/H5AbYV


A San Antonio, Texas, home owner spray-painted expletive-filled graffiti across his own home, which is prompting outrage among his neighbors about the eyesore (via REALTORMag): http://bit.ly/Hu71y3



 

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