Daniel McGinn

National Correspondent, Newsweek

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National Correspondent at Newsweek and the author of House Lust: America's Obsession with Our Homes

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Sales of new and existing homes dropped more than expected last month, even though houses are cheaper, with the median price reduced from $208,000 last year at this time to $180,000…

As Housing Crisis Worsens, More People Staying Put

Sales of new and existing homes dropped more than expected last month, even though houses are cheaper, with the median price reduced from $208,000 last year at this time to $180,000…

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Home foreclosure may become an industry in itself.

The Housing Crisis Is Eating America's Economy

Home foreclosure may become an industry in itself.

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