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

Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post Writers Group. He died in May 2019. He was 75. Keep supporting great journalism by turning.

View Original Notice Kenneth R. Harney, syndicated real estate columnist for Washington Post, dies at 75. His column, "The Nation’s Housing," appeared for four decades and addressed issues faced by homeowners and home buyers.

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 at his home

Kenneth R. Harney, syndicated real estate columnist for Washington Post, dies at 75 His column, "The Nation’s Housing," appeared for four decades and addressed issues faced by homeowners and home buyers.

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.

Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post Writers Group. He died in May 2019. He was 75. Keep supporting great journalism by turning.

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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.

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.

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 at his home in Chevy Chase, Md. He was 75. The cause was acute myeloid leukemia, said his wife, Andrea "Andy" Harney.

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For more by Ken Harney, visit washingtonpost.com/people/Kenneth-R-Harney. Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post Writers Group.

Kenneth R. Harney Kenneth Harney was a nationally syndicated columnist on real estate for The Washington Post Writers Group. He died in May 2019. He was 75. Keep supporting great journalism by turning.