This new luxury real estate leader boasts the highest number of homes sold in the nation in the $1 million or more range, and it has seen sales more than double in the past year.
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The Federal Housing Finance Agency on Tuesday announced measures to make short sales of underwater homes easier for homeowners, including extending help to people who have financial difficulties but haven’t missed mortgage payments.
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While sales of newly built single-family homes is on the rise, buyers are finding much fewer choices as inventory sinks to a new record low.