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  Cash-strapped realtors look to offload assets (33%)
India?s second largest developer by market value, Unitech Ltd, is selling parts of its 14,000-acre land bank, leading a trend among realty firms putting up parts of their properties for sale to tide over a financial crunch and repay debt. About 30 plots of the company in the National Capital Region centred on New ...
  City of Baltimore wants Land Bank to streamline selling of vacant properties (27%)
Baltimore housing officials are touting a new initiative that would fight blight and try to get rid of the city's approximately 30,000 vacant properties. The Land Bank Authority, if established, would be a nonprofit, quasi-governmental entity that would help the city acquire, manage and dispose of vacants, and ...
  Alexander Outlines Housing Crisis Issues in WABE Interview (25%)
Emory University issued the following news release: The federal government needs to play a critical role in the use of land banking programs to alleviate one of the consequences of the nation's mortgage foreclosure crisis - vacant and abandoned properties, says Emory Law professor Frank S. Alexander, one the nation ...
  $7.5 million could boost home values (21%)
Genesee County is getting a $7.5-million infusion from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to stabilize home values in neighborhoods outside of Flint, but officials in Swartz Creek are concerned about what the program will actually bring to their city. Assistant City Manager Adam Zettel said he ...
  Facing 'awkward and deepest truths' (20%)
  Facing 'awkward and deepest truths' (20%)
Facing 'awkward and deepest truths' Manuel looks beyond short-term pain to concentrate on consolidation in order to meet country's longer-term transformation challenges Short-term outlook tough, getting tougher This is an edited version of the budget speech delivered by Finance Minister in Parliament yesterday.
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