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

Daniel McGinn on KCRW

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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