New rules may help spur U.S. home loans
By MARCY GORDON
But critics say abandoning the 20-percent down payment could bring a return to the dangerous days of borrowers taking on mortgage loans that they can't repay.
Boeing breaks ground on $1B plant for making 777X wings
By JOURNAL STAFF
Boeing included a time capsule at the groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the new factory at its Everett plant where wings for the new 777X will be built.
Existing home sales rise 2.4% in September
By JOSH BOAK
Rising prices, weak income growth and tighter credit have priced out many would-be buyers.
Rural areas seek piece of subprime-loan settlement
By HOPE YEN
Subprime loans were distributed in the rural U.S. at even higher rates on average than in metropolitan counties.
Landmarks named at Seattle Center
The International Fountain Pavilion and Northwest Rooms at Seattle Center are now city landmarks.
Homeowner, contractor to pay $700K to clean up mess from leveling Coos Bay home site
An estimated 1,500 cubic yards of fill spilled down a hill, onto a neighbor's property and out about 80 feet into a 100-foot-wide slough.
Golden Gate could get a sidewalk toll
Golden Gate Bridge officials are again floating the idea of charging bicyclists and pedestrians to use the famed span's sidewalks.
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