Kenneth R. Harney, syndicated real estate columnist for Washington Post, dies

Kenneth R. Harney, author of the award-winning weekly syndicated real estate column "The Nation’s Housing," passed away of May 23 at his home in Chevy Chase, Md., from acute myeloid leukemia at the age of 75.

Ken Harney’s email address is kenharney@earthlink.net. Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post Writers Group. He died in May 2019.

Ken Harney’s e-mail address is kenharney@earthlink.net. Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post Writers Group. He died in May 2019.

Ken Harney’s e-mail address is kenharney@earthlink.net. Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post Writers Group. He died in May 2019.

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Real estate journalism lost an important, influential, national voice when syndicated columnist Kenneth R. Harney, 75, died May 23 at his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland. For four decades, Harney wrote "The Nation’s Housing," a weekly look at economic trends, business practices, government policy, court cases and other matters affecting homeowners, buyers and sellers.

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Kenneth R. Harney, the author for four decades of the syndicated real estate column "The Nation’s Housing," which explored issues faced by homeowners and home buyers, died May 23. Bart Barnes of the Washington Post writes, "Distributed weekly to 90 newspapers around the country by The.

Kenneth R. Harney, whose syndicated column "The Nation’s Housing" served as a source of news and information for consumers and real estate finance professionals alike, died May 23 from acute myeloid leukemia. He was 75. For four decades, "The Nation’s Housing" served as a weekly guidepost for housing and real estate finance issues.

Syndicated real-estate columnist Kenneth Harney dies. Award-winning columnist Kenneth R. Harney, who wrote a weekly column for the Washington Post called "The Nation’s Housing" published in 90 newspapers nationwide, died on May 23 at the age of 75 from myeloid leukemia.. The column was helpful to homeowners and homebuyers facing a large.

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Ken Harney’s e-mail address is kenharney@earthlink.net. Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post Writers Group. He died in May 2019.