The final installment of a three-part series: Owners of poorly flipped D.C. homes say the city government isn't equipped to provide proper oversight of developers, but the head of the D.C.
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs says the agency is indeed up to the task.
What happens when a family discovers that its home is a poorly renovated
mess? And in a hot market that has attracted some unreliable and
careless developers, can D.C.'s inspectors and regulators keep pace
with the industry? This special three-part series looks at the perils of house flipping in the nation's capital.
From a highway running through the core of the neighborhood to a proposed "East Mall," the Capitol Hill Restoration Society has spent 60 years years fighting to preserve the uniquely historic nature of the Capitol Hill community.
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