REAL ESTATE NEWS
- Will Baby Boomers Dying Cause A Housing Decline?
I keep hearing from people that no one is talking about how all of the baby boomers are going to die soon and that will cause a housing crash. This idea may have been started by Robert Kiyosaki who wrote a book in 2002 about baby boomers creating a stock market crash in 2016. Obviously, ... Read more
- Forbes Global Properties CEO Alex Lange Talks Dubai’s Luxury Boom, New Markets And Embracing Tech
As Forbes Global Properties' first anniversary approaches, Lange recently sat down to discuss the company's expanding reach in U.S. and international markets, ultra-luxury destinations, leveraging real estate technology, and the shrinking footprint of the independent brokerage.
- Red-Hot NYC Housing Market Expected To Get Even Hotter Following Listing Surge
The New York City real estate market is seeing a post-Labor Day surge after a somewhat busy summer, which may lead to one of the busiest fall seasons in years.
- Wellness Benefits Of Weighted Blankets
Research is scarce on this point, he shares, but recalls that a published Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine article reported that weighted blankets improved insomnia and daytime functioning in a four-week study of 120 adults.
- Homeownership And The American Dream
Despite a majority of Americans aspiring to homeownership, they face several common hurdles.
- How Much Should I Spend on a House? 4 Steps to Follow
When shopping for a mortgage, you’ll find that you’ll often get prequalified for a higher loan amount than you anticipated. But before you lock into a high payment, here are 4 steps to help you understand how much you should spend on a house. The post How Much Should I Spend on a House? 4 Steps to Follow appeared first on Redfin | Real Estate Tips for Home Buying, Selling & More.
- Affordable Housing Drives The Bronx And Northern Manhattan’s Investment Sales Market
While the Bronx has lately seen a huge resurgence of interest in industrial properties and Northern Manhattan has a growing life sciences industry, affordable multifamily is still the leading bellwether for the investment sales markets in these boroughs.
- Time And Time Again, Solving Supply Chain Issues Circles Back To One Thing
The building industry is challenged with the worst supply chain issues in more than thirty years. Experts share one common solution across all stakeholders.
- How Light Affects The 2022 Colors Of The Year
The 2022 paint colors of the year trend towards tranquil, neutral, organic and green. Here's how to pair them with your interior light.
- Is Real Estate A Hedge Against Inflation?
An economy that’s coming back to life is fantastic news.
- Rating Agencies Should Rate Foreclosure Timelines
CMBS rating agencies should consider how long foreclosures take, and downgrade loans accordingly
- Super-Penthouse At One Palm In Dubai Sells For Near-Record AED 86 Million
On the manmade marvel Palm Jumeirah, a prized super-penthouse has sold for about $23.5 million (approximately AED 86 million), making it among the most expensive penthouses ever sold in the United Arab Emirates city.
- Evergrande Chairman Hui Ka Yan Has Been Paid $8 Billion In Cash While Property Developer Piled On Debt
Even if China’s debt-laden Evergrande Group goes broke, its founder has accumulated a hefty fortune outside the company’s stock.
- Designing Offices To Address Introverts’ Re-Entry Anxieties
Almost 57 percent of all people can be classified as introverts. Many of them liked the social isolation of the pandemic's work-from-home measures, and will need special accommodations to feel at ease returning to offices.
- Hawaii By Way Of Ventura: Breezy Compound With 140-Acre Avocado Farm Seeks $30 Million
In actuality, the $29.95-million estate is across the Pacific—nestled among 140 acres of organic avocado groves in Somis, California, a quiet community located halfway between Beverly Hills and Santa Barbara.