Chuck DiRocco

  • D.C.’s Fall from Grace

    It takes a record recession and tumultuous recovery to turn the real estate investment market on its ear. But when Washington, D.C., falls out of favor, one has to sit up and take notice. After all, through years of ups and downs, Washington has often been regarded as recession-proof, the market that doesn’t falter.

    National 20 September 2012 21:51

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