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August 3, 2012
The Senate passed S. 3245, which reauthorizes the EB-5 regional center program that allows foreign investors to channel investment funds into American businesses and developments for three years.
August 3, 2012
On Sept. 30, more than 900 communities who currently are eligible for housing programs under the Rural Housing Service in the Department of Agriculture become ineligible.
August 3, 2012
Last week the Senate Banking Committee convened a hearing on "Streamlining and Strengthening HUD’s Rental Housing Assistance Programs".
August 3, 2012
NAR has prepared a new guide to explain in easy-to-understand language what REALTORS® need to know about the 3.8% tax and health care reform.
August 3, 2012
President Obama is expected to soon sign a bill that will reinstate the higher VA loan limits and will make the VA ARM programs permanent.
August 2, 2012
The bipartisan legislation is designed to counter an erroneous Department of Housing and Urban Development interpretive rule that reversed decades of common understanding of RESPA.
August 2, 2012
To help fuel Nashville’s public transit discussion, the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS® (GNAR) was recently awarded a $10,000 Smart Growth Grant from the National Association of Realtors® to help fund the Transit Citizen Leadership Academy.
August 2, 2012
The significant impact that smart growth can have on commercial property demand and values is often overlooked by many commercial practitioners. The Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS’® Community Growth Committee set out to create a common approach to examining the benefits of higher density mixed-use and transit-oriented development (TOD).
August 2, 2012
Demand for walkable neighborhoods is strong among both young people and those of retirement age. Jane Finger, 68, shares her success story of finding a walkable community for her retirement years.
August 2, 2012
Today’s suburbs aren’t what they used to be. And they’re only just beginning to show signs of what they will be tomorrow. This article examines four examples, at four different scales, of efforts to retrofit suburban-style, automobile-oriented places to accommodate a wider range of ages and incomes.

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