REAL ESTATE NEWS
- David Geffen Sells Beverly Hills Development Site For $34 Million
The media magnate this week unloaded another prized piece of his real estate portfolio, selling a development site on Beverly Hills' so-called "Billionaire's Row" for $33.75 million.
- Former Soviet Stronghold In Los Angeles Sells For $7.33 Million
The Grammy-nominated pops conductor this week sold his renovated home in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles for a little over $7.33 million.
- Majestic Beachfront Estate In The Bahamas Is On The Market For $32 Million
Krystal House combines gracious interiors with modern amenities.
- Priscilla Presley Bids Farewell To Longtime Beverly Hills Home In $13-Million Sale
Owned by Priscilla Presley for nearly half a century, the rustic Italian villa-style residence has seven bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms and seven fireplaces in about 9,000 square feet of space.
- Price Comps: $10-Million Homes In Hong Kong, Los Angeles And New York
What $10 million buys in Los Angeles' real estate market is a lot different than what the same amount buys in Hong Kong and New York.
- Negotiating After the Home Inspection: 8 Tips to Get the Best Deal
The home inspection is one of the final steps to navigate before you can close and move into your new home. It's also an opportunity to confirm you're buying the quality of house you thought, and negotiate to make sure you're getting the best deal. The post Negotiating After the Home Inspection: 8 Tips to Get the Best Deal appeared first on Redfin | Real Estate Tips for Home Buying, Selling & More.
- This Under 30 Wants To Turn Your Home Into A WeWork
It is, at first blush, a tough pitch: amid a global pandemic, a startup wants you to turn your home into a coworking space for strangers.
- Living In History: Keeping Up With The Times In Manhattan’s Lenox Hill
When this townhouse in New York City’s Lenox Hill area was built in 1901, the so-called Gibson Girl look set the standard for beauty, the electric vacuum cleaner had just been invented and early American automobiles called runabouts were starting to populate the roadways.
- Tahoe’s Surging Luxury Market Blows Past $2 Billion In Sales Volume
If a vacation home in Lake Tahoe is on your Christmas list this year, be prepared to pay a premium for what little inventory remains.
- 7 Ways To Reduce Anxiety In The Home Through Design
Seven suggestions from members of the design community for a home that keeps you healthy and makes you happy.
- How Green Development Can Start Trending In New York City
With the continued focus on green development, there is potential for a new trend in New York City.
- Silicon Valley Landmark Competition Draws Global Response, Identifies Three Finalists
As the mecca of technology innovation and development, Silicon Valley and its capital, San Jose, the 10th largest city in the U. S., should have an architectural landmark. the fact it doesn't spurred a global design competition, from which three finalists have emerged.
- Small Town Rebounds With Big City Amenities
Ten years ago, Bellefontaine, Ohio was struggling. Today it is booming, thanks to a team of developers that focuses on small towns.
- Five Issues New York City Must Address To Reinvigorate Itself.
New York City has a number of issues to address in order to reinvigorate and burnish its global stature. These issues, many brewing even before the pandemic laid waste to several sectors of our economy, including jobs, anti-business feeling, housing, quality of life, and crime.
- Three Steps Landlords Can Take When Rents Fall Short
There is a great deal of uncertainty in the real estate market and it should come as no surprise that many landlords – and tenants – have expressed concerns around rent payments.