REAL ESTATE NEWS
- What States Have the Least and Most Expensive Home Insurance Rates?
We recently published a few lists about property and income tax rates in each state. I am a real estate investor and these statistics can help other investors know what states are landlord friendly and which states are not! Another really interesting metric is the cost of insurance in each state. Many people think insurance ... Read more
- 7-Terrace Manhattan Penthouse With Tie To Pokémon Franchise Seeks $10 Million
A quadruplex penthouse in Midtown Manhattan that comes with seven terraces and nearly 2,000 square feet of outdoor living space has hit the market for $9.995 million.
- Future Of Cities’ Central Business Districts Is Still Unclear
Comebacks for central business districts (CBDs) depend on attracting younger, skilled workers, but also on corporate decisions about requiring in-office work.
- Bette Davis Lived In This $20 Million Laguna Beach Home And Now You Can, Too
Bette Davis' Laguna Beach home is for sale for $19,995,000.
- Residential Real Estate: So Far Growth On A Solid Base
For the time being, growth looks secure. Risks grow for the longer-term.
- What We Know About Changes To Lending Rules And How Real Estate Professionals Should Prepare
Being informed and knowledgeable sets you apart from the competition while representing both buyers and sellers.
- Brooklyn Proves Resilient During Pandemic Recovery
As we recover from Covid and real estate business activity starts to pick up, Brooklyn provides a unique opportunity for investors and homebuyers alike.
- Four Factors That Define An Ideal Remote Work Employee
While there is no one-size-fits-all solution for businesses in real estate and elsewhere, today’s post-pandemic world has business leaders considering impactful questions.
- Hanging In The Balance: Community Cannabis And Real Estate
While most people may not pay close attention to local planning decisions, the lagging effects on various industry metrics are significant, and even more so when it comes to emerging and highly regulated industries such as cannabis.
- Mask Confusion: As Workplace Health Becomes Job No. 1, Respirators Lean High-Tech
As firms press “go” on plans to bring some perhaps new modicum of workplace operations up to full strength, it may be that construction job sites offer a template for occupational health and safety in this latest patch of pandemic time.
- Housing Concept Honored As Finalist In Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Awards
This housing concept was recognized as a Fast Company world changing idea award finalist for its potential to deliver critically needed affordable housing that is self-sustaining.
- From Fickett To Neutra: Mid-Century Perfection Reimagined In Los Angeles
Decades before the "starchitects" and their mega-mansion projects in Beverly Hills and Bel-Air, iconic Mid-Century Modern architects such as Richard Neutra, John Lautner, A. Quincy Jones, Craig Ellwood, and Edward Fickett were designing timeless homes around Southern California.
- Ruling could have statewide effect on housing development
Judge says state law invalidates Oceanside voters' referendum
- Landmark La Jolla Estate Surfaces For Sale At $8.9 Million
The storybook home, dating to nearly 100 years ago, was designed and built by noted San Diego architect Edgar V. Ullrich as his personal residence.
- How Digital Technology Changed The Face Of The Mortgage Industry
The pandemic accelerated the demand for online mortgage tools.