Some say housing is headed for a double-dip....but Shawn Tully of FORTUNE points out that the real dips are in pricing and housing starts. As demand continues to grow with the population, the almost flat levels of supply and continued affordability of housing should send real estate back in the upward direction.
Real estate: It's time to buy again
Forget stocks. Don't bet on gold. After four years of plunging home prices, the most attractive asset class in America is housing.
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Waterfront property owners with larger piers must register their piers with the DNR by April 1, 2011 to ensure their piers will be "grandfathered" from new size limits adopted by the State of Wisconsin in 2004.
Generally, a pier will need to be registered if it (a) is wider than 6 ft, but less than 8 ft in width, (b) has a platform at the end of the pier that has a surface area of less than 300 ft (w/ a max. width of 10 feet) and/or (c) more than 2 boat slips for the first 50 feet of shoreline frontage ... read more