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What the Flip? This 1910 Colorado Home Was Completely Rebuilt-and Doubled in Value

Flipping a house is a lot of work, and can yield a big profit. But not every project is guaranteed to be lucrative. So what’s the key to successfully making over a fixer-upper and selling it for a gain? Our new series “What the Flip?” presents before and after photos to identify the smart construction and design decisions that ultimately helped make a house desirable to buyers.

It’s been said that everything’s better in Boulder, CO—and if the housing market in the city is any indication, it’s true. Boulder has been one of the top housing markets in the country for several years, which means finding a house in the area can be a challenge, and finding a great deal on a house is nearly impossible.

So when these flippers found this four-bedroom, four-bathroom fixer-upper in the Newland neighborhood—one of Boulder’s most desired neighborhoods—they went for it, no

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What a Biden Administration Will Mean for Housing-Finance Reform

For more than a decade, housing-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have remained in conservatorship after being bailed out amid the Great Recession. With former Vice President Joe Biden’s projected win in the U.S. presidential election, that may continue for the foreseeable future.

Fannie and Freddie’s shareholders have been kept in all these years — they’ve watched as the enterprises’ profits were swept to the Treasury Department to repay the federal government, and they’ve gone without a dividend in that time.

Glimmers of hope have emerged for Fannie and Freddie’s investors during the Trump administration. Last April, Vice President Mike Pence’s former chief economist, Mark Calabria, was confirmed as the director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, the main regulator overseeing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Since assuming that post, Calabria has worked to begin recapitalizing the two enterprises after ending the years of profit sweeps.

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