Existing homes sales rise, but pace slows … and more

Jan.January 02, 2008 12:48 PM
  1. 1. Sales of U.S. used homes rise but pace of sales is still the second-lowest since 1999 and prices continue to drop more [AP via NYT]
  2. 2. Cost of new Yankees parking garage hits $340 million more [NYDN]
  3. 3. Westchester town to let seniors work off property taxes at $7 an hour more [AP via Legislative Gazette]
  4. 4. White House advisor calls for more action to stabilize housing market more [Reuters via NYT]
  5. 5. Facade bulge leads to evacuation of Yonkers building

    more [Journal-News]

  6. 6. Baldwins’ Long Island home vandalized more [Newsday]
  7. 7. Mortgage meltdown hits local budgets more [LAT via Newsday]
  8. 8. Centro Properties Group, owner of 700 U.S. malls, seeks buyers for the company more [Bloomberg via NYT]
  9. 9. Predictions for Long Island real estate in 2008 more [Newsday]
  10. 10. Gale International building South Korean city with 50 million
    square feet of office space, 35 million square feet of residential, 4
    million of retail, 5 million of hotels more [Forbes]
  11. 11. Home prices could bottom out by June more [WSJ]
  12. 12. Website tracks number of Starbucks by zipcode more [Post]
  13. 13. City Council to meet over former Deutsche Bank building more [Post]

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