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    The federal government revealed Wednesday that its investigation into foreign buyers using high-end U.S. real estate as a means to launder money found that potentially illicit activity is behind a "significant" portion of the cash transactions in Manhattan and Miami, and plans to expand the investigation into Los Angeles, San Francisco, and several other areas. Click the headline to read more.

Tiny houses popular in aftermath of housing crash

Some say bigger may be better, but in the wake of the real estate bust, a small but growing number of Americans are now buying or building tiny houses. Ranging from sixty-five to one-thousand square-feet, and with a price tag of $40 - $50,000, miniature homes have become a cost-effective way to live.

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