- Meth found in Wash. home after renters felt dizzy Updated: Dec-06-13 9:52 pm
- Dylan's electric guitar sells for nearly $1M Updated: Dec-06-13 6:29 pm
- Boston approves 1st parking-free condo building Updated: Dec-06-13 11:16 am
- La Crosse aims to curb home conversion to rentals Updated: Dec-05-13 11:34 am
- Average US rate on 30-year loan rises to 4.46 pct Updated: Dec-05-13 11:31 am
- Historic house saved from path of school expansion Updated: Dec-05-13 9:58 am
- Wright home near Chicago to be listed for $2.4M Updated: Dec-05-13 9:04 am
- US new-home sales jump in Oct. after Sept. drop Updated: Dec-04-13 10:54 am
- US sues NE Ohio condo developers on accessibility Updated: Dec-03-13 5:16 pm
- Rogers buys naming rights to Oilers' future home Updated: Dec-03-13 4:50 pm
- Investment firm takes stake in Minn. home market Updated: Dec-03-13 11:36 am
- Lofts, flats hit home run at old baseball stadium Updated: Dec-02-13 10:22 am
- Couple restores home in childhood neighborhood Updated: Dec-01-13 11:04 am
- Tech workers boost Silicon Beach home prices, rent Updated: Nov-30-13 3:22 pm
- Bald Eagles build new nest in Pittsburgh Updated: Nov-30-13 9:41 am
- Prince George's executive promotes Suitland homes Updated: Nov-30-13 9:38 am
- Rising interest rates weigh on real estate funds Updated: Nov-29-13 4:17 pm
- NH home sales up from a year ago Updated: Nov-28-13 9:46 am
- Bridge board to hold off on demolishing businesses Updated: Nov-27-13 5:46 pm
- UW proceeding with Sternberg's house renovations Updated: Nov-27-13 12:45 pm
- Cuba to let islanders rent out their home phones Updated: Nov-26-13 6:40 pm
- Sales of single-family homes in Mass. on the rise Updated: Nov-26-13 11:31 am
- US home permits rise at 5-year high on apartments Updated: Nov-26-13 9:27 am
- Contracts to buy US homes fall for 5th month Updated: Nov-25-13 11:07 am
- KC area to get $1M in home repair grants Updated: Nov-25-13 8:46 am
BELLINGHAM, Washington - A health official in northwest Washington state says three college students who began to feel dizzy and lethargic while living for several months in a rental house have been told to move after the home tested positive for methamphetamine.
NEW YORK - Like Elvis' no-hips-allowed appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show," or the Beatles' arrival in America, or Woodstock, it is considered one of the milestone moments in rock history: Bob Dylan going electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival.
BOSTON - Boston regulators have approved construction of the city's first condominium complex with no parking for residents' cars, a project expected to be a test case.
LA CROSSE, Wisconsin - With nearly half of the homes in La Crosse rented, the western Wisconsin city is looking for ways to prevent more single-family homes from becoming rentals.
WASHINGTON - Average U.S. rates for fixed mortgages rose sharply this week, making home-buying slightly less affordable.
NEW ALBANY, Indiana - Neighbors on the south side of New Albany High School have watched as the New Albany-Floyd school system has bought modest homes and demolished them to enlarge the school campus.
RIVER FOREST, Illinois - Frank Lloyd Wright's famed William Winslow House in suburban Chicago is going on the market for the first time in nearly 60 years.
WASHINGTON - Americans ramped up purchases of new homes in October after three months of soft sales, evidence that the housing recovery is improving fitfully.
CLEVELAND - The government has sued the developers of a northeast Ohio condominium complex alleging they failed to meet accessibility requirements for the disabled under the Fair Housing Act.
EDMONTON, Alberta - Rogers Communications has bought the naming rights to the future home of the Edmonton Oilers, expanding its already wide reach in Canadian professional sports.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - A giant private equity firm has taken a major stake in the Minneapolis-St. Paul housing market.
INDIANAPOLIS - Football and basketball are more likely to be played this time of year, but when Geralyn Strecker looks out her home's window, all she thinks about is baseball.
OCEAN SPRINGS, Mississippi - When she was a girl, Louann Sekul enjoyed walking from her home near downtown Ocean Springs down to the pier and back up to the stores lining Washington Avenue, where she knew every shop owner and they knew her.
LOS ANGELES - Tech workers flocking to Southern California's Silicon Beach are driving already-high home prices and rents even higher.
PITTSBURGH - A pair of bald eagles is building a new nest in a Pittsburgh neighborhood.
SUITLAND, Maryland - Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III has pronounced Suitland "the next big thing" in regional reinvestment, comparing the community to such resurgent District of Columbia neighborhoods as U Street, H Street and the 14th Street corridor.
One look at the lackluster gains of real estate mutual funds this year might give the impression that commercial property owners are struggling through a relapse of their post-financial crisis woes.
CONCORD, New Hampshire - New Hampshire home sales are doing much better than a year ago.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - The state agency working to build a bridge across Knik Arm will not immediately demolish two Anchorage businesses that a neighborhood says are important to residents.
LARAMIE, Wyoming - The University of Wyoming is moving ahead with more than $250,000 in renovations to a house it rents to former UW President Bob Sternberg.
HAVANA - Cubans have a new private enterprise opportunity - acting as "telecommunications agents" by essentially turning their homes into phone booths and charging neighbors by the minute to use their telephones.
BOSTON - A significant boost in sales of single-family homes in Massachusetts in October compared to the same month last year is further proof of a recovering housing market, two organizations that track real estate said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - U.S. developers received approval in October to build apartments at the fastest pace in five years, a trend that could boost economic growth in the final three months of the year.
WASHINGTON - The number of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes fell in October for the fifth straight month. Higher mortgage rates, price increases and the 16-day partial government shutdown held back sales.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - Missouri Congressman Emanuel Cleaver says low-income families in the Kansas City area are expected to benefit from $1.1 million in new grants for home repairs.