Tuesday’s Must Reads

by Nena Perry-Brown

  • Millennials opting to pool their money to get foot in the door of the real estate market.* — (A. Janin/WSJ)
  • Maryland only spent 28% of its federal rent relief funds on-time; use-or-lose mandate was 65%.* — (M. Lang/WaPo)
  • Hot market means more listings appraising for below contract price, making deals fall through.* — (N. Friedman/WSJ)
  • 99% of eligible Montgomery County residents have at least one vaccine shot. — (A. Schweitzer/DCist)
  • Elderly DC homeowners are being preyed upon by scammers after their houses. — (P. Hopkins/Axios)
  • 399 units proposed to replace 87 units in first phase of Bethesda's Battery Lane District. — (C. Peetz/Beth Beat)
  • 300 affordable and 160 market-rate units proposed to replace Tysons East office building. — (A. Woolsey/TyRep)
  • Bricks ripple along façade of new apartment building in India. — (K. Barandy/dezeen)

*behind paywall

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