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Facing a public backlash, big builder D.R. Horton has decided not to hold on to mining or gas extraction rights under homes it builds and sells.
A Reuters special report says production builders in dozens of states are “hoarding” the rights to oil, gas, and other mineral resources in the ground under the new homes they sell — often without the knowledge of home buyers.
SEATTLE— A cafeteria worker at Microsoft, a woman who works for a nonprofit organization, and a couple with a teenage son have become new home buyers.
National land-use expert Debra Stein died unexpectedly of complications from a neurological disease July 30.
WASHINGTON, D.C. Aplain brick building on the edge of this city’s impoverished Congress Heights neighborhood marks the beginning of a new wave of development here.
A new Web site aims to make the land procurement process easier for affordable housing developers. QCTsites.com, launched in June, is an online database of Qualified Census Tract (QCT) and Difficult Development Area (DDA) opportunities.
NEWARK, N.J. - The latest chapter in Newark’s battle against abandoned properties can be told by three houses on a quiet block in the city’s West Ward.
Eden Housing has never forgotten its roots.
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