2012 election - Articles

What Next for Housing? 6 Americans' Concerns as Presidential Debates Loom

With the first presidential debate of the 2012 election set to kick off Wednesday, Americans may soon get a clearer picture of where President Barack Obama and GOP candidate Mitt Romney stand on housing and a better sense of the policies that they might implement. The 11 million people whose mortgages are underwater and... Continue Reading »

Slideshow: See 6 of Mitt Romney's Homes

By Erika Riggs After a barrage of pressure to release his tax forms, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney reported his income, confirming what most already knew: He's the wealthiest of the GOP candidates, earning $43 million over the past two years. While much of Romney's assets comes from his tenure at Bain &... Continue Reading »

Voters Want to Know: What About Housing?

A new survey of Americans by online real estate company Move Inc. found that 69.6 percent of voters say housing is a key issue they will follow in the 2012 presidential election. When looking at the millennial generation, the importance of discussing housing issues edged even higher, with 70.7 percent of this cohort... Continue Reading »

Presidential Real Estate? See Homes of GOP Hopefuls

While President Obama isn't facing much in the way of in-party competition for the presidency in 2012, on the Republican side candidates are lining up to spar for the nomination. The grand poobah of flashy real estate, Donald Trump, already has backed out and overexposed Sarah Palin has yet to make a decision, but we've... Continue Reading »

Is This Sarah Palin's New Arizona Home?

Vice presidential candidate-turned-reality-star Sarah Palin allegedly purchased a house in Scottsdale, Ariz., over the weekend for just shy of $1.7 million. Could this be the new base of operations for her next big political move? Curbed has the full story. Rumors that GOP presidential hopeful Sarah Palin would run her... Continue Reading »

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