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Inman News writers win 4 awards

Kenneth Harney's work recognized by real estate editors group

DENVER -- Inman News writers received four awards in an annual National Association of Real Estate Editors competition, including awards in the best freelance collection, best column, best series, and best residential real estate or mortgage/finance report or feature categories.NAREE's Journalism Awards recognize excellence in reporting, writing and editing stories about residential and commercial real estate, with prizes totaling $8,000 in 25 categories with three overall winners.A panel of judges from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, selected Kenneth Harney, a columnist for Inman News and the Washington Post Writers Group, as one of three overall winners, for "Best Freelance Collection."Commenting on Harney's work, judges singled out as "particularly outstanding" a "hard-hitting exposé" on homebuyer tax credits the Internal Revenue Service mistakenly awarded to "dead people, babies, and prisoners.""Wow!" ...