Real Estate News – November 21, 2012




While Congress wrangles over a debt deal, struggling homeowners may be facing a cliff of their own. That’s because a tax break aimed at helping distressed borrowers—set to expire at the end of the year—is caught up in the taxes vs. spending debate paralyzing Washington (via Businessweek.com): http://buswk.co/TggtNw


Twin Cities housing market shows signs of improvement (via minnesotapublicradio.org): http://bit.ly/UTSjWl


A couple has sued a Toronto area real estate firm and agent and the home’s former owners for failing to disclose early enough in the transaction that the home had been the scene of a double homicide 15 years ago (via REALTORMag): http://bit.ly/WkHqhv


A real estate agency has dropped a residential listing in River Falls after the mother of three slain girls urged it to cancel the sale of the home where her daughters died (via grandforksherald.com): http://bit.ly/Uh7MRR



 

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