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The state of real estate in California

While the housing market is healing nationwide, there is a particular growth spurt occurring in the state of California, specifically in Southern California.
In the Media by Alyssa Sellors - 5 comments

Canada’s immigration laws shaking up the real estate market Promoted

Find out how the scrapping of the Canadian Immigrant Investor Program is fuelling foreign investment in other countries, such as the U.S.
Promoted Content by Paula Kirman

Singapore-based companies sell at record pace to investors

Singapore-based companies are seeing a huge surge in purchases of public businesses as take-private transactions have hit a record $7.94 billion in the four months to April 2014.
In the Media by James Walker - 1 comment

How the 'Internet of Things' is revolutionizing real estate Promoted

The Internet of Things (IoT) appears to be revolutionizing connectivity, and if successful in implementation, it’s poised to change how we experience the Internet completely. Expect sectors such as real estate to feel the IoT ripples.
Promoted Content by Daniel Edwards

Real estate brokers using drones to show homes

Naperville - Legal or not, real estate brokers are using small drones to sell multi-million dollar homes, according to several media reports. In some cases, tiny drones fly inside the mansions to film the interiors.
In the Media by Robert Weller - 3 comments

Lafourche voters keep library funds intact

Lafourche Parish voters spoke out at the ballot box on Saturday, rejecting a measure to rededicate real estate tax monies toward the construction of a much needed new detention center. The hotly-debated issue was contentious and nasty at times.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 3 comments

U.S. wealthy benefit from cheaper mortgage rates

With the U.S. economy still in recovery mode and most prospective homeowners exercising caution, the rich are on a property buying spree, thanks to lower mortgage rates.
In the Media by Gene Kosowan - 3 comments

Profile: Jessie Rodriguez – American real estate extraordinaire

Los Angeles - Jessie Rodriguez has been working in the real estate and mortgage industry for more than seven years. Since then, Rodriguez has worked exclusively with banks with the disposition of their foreclosures.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 1 comment

Worlds Tallest Thermometer in Baker, Calif. goes on the market

Baker - The "World’s Tallest Thermometer," a landmark for drivers headed to Las Vegas for the weekend since 1991, is up for sale.
In the Media by Brandi Fleeks

Greece and Spain to offer residency to foreign property buyers

Foreign investors that purchase property in austerity struck Greece and Spain are to be offered residency permits in plans to attract investment. Greek property prices continue to plummet while Spain is stuck with a glut of unsold properties.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas - 6 comments

Canadian housing market may be unattainable for young adults

According to a new study by RBC Bank, the Canadian housing market could be facing some major challenges in 2013 if interest rates begin to rise. For young adults these rates and the overall costs may be a factor for living with mom and dad.
In the Media by KJ Mullins - 8 comments

Are Rent-to-Own home programs here for the long run?

Rent-to-own home programs; the phenom emerged onto the scene roughly a decade ago. The question is: Are these programs a bubble trend or have they become a mainstay?
In the Media by Jared Diamond - 1 comment

Florida HOA collects rent from home it doesn't own

Wesley Chapel - A Pasco County homeowners' association takes possession of couples' home, evicts the existing tenant, changes the locks and moves in its own tenant, all over a $2,565 dispute.
In the Media by R. Francis Rubio

San Francisco realtor likes the idea of Tiny Homes Special

San Francisco - When inner-Sunset District resident John Barry of San Francisco wanted to convert the old shed in his backyard into some living space, he contacted Tumbleweed Tiny Homes Company to draw up the plans.
Digital Journal Report by Jonathan Farrell - 2 comments

Manhattan apartment price soars by 80% in 10 years

If you plan on buying an apartment in sexy Manhattan, you better do it quick. According to new figures, the price for city apartments has dramatacially increased by 80 percent or more over the last ten years.
In the Media by Lewis McCathie

White House replica offered for sale for $4.6 million

Mclean - The White House has been listed for sale for $4.6 million by a Fairfax Realtor, but not the famous one located in the nation's capital at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. This exact replica of the President's home sits in Virginia and is nearly one-of-a-kind.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman

Unabomber's secluded Montana property offered for sale

Lincoln - A western Montana property that was once owned by Unabomber Ted Kaczynski is being offered for sale to a potential buyer who may be looking for an opportunity to purchase an infamous piece of American history.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman

Florida realtor faces prison time for housing the homeless

For the past year, a North Lauderdale businessman has been locating foreclosed homes, fixing them up and renting them out to needy low income families. The only problem is that he doesn't own them.
In the Media by R. Francis Rubio - 4 comments

England's 'most haunted house' up for sale

Called Wymering House, the famous building which has foundations dating back to the 16th century is fondly called 'England's most haunted house.'
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 7 comments

Vancouver's Neville Adomi talks about real estate Special

Vancouver - Neville Adomi is one of the most successful and most respected African-Canadian business personalities in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Digital Journal Report by Gibril Koroma

Holiday Home 2010 in Berlin Special

Berlin - The Olympic Stadion of Berlin host the 1st International Exhibition "Holiday Home 2010", the fair for real-estates and holiday homes.
Digital Journal Report by Riccardo Valsecchi

Housing Predictor Poll Shows Mortgage Rescue Plan to Fail

A new opinion poll developed to provide consumers with housing forecasts shows the housing rescue plan by the Obama administration to aid real estate markets will fail.
In the Media by Carol Forsloff - 2 comments

Op-Ed: How to Successfully Rescue Residential Real Estate

The federal government should self-refinance the original mortgages directly with homeowners at 4% fixed for 20 or 30 years, ultimately turning these mortgages into GNMAs.
In the Media by Marvin Clark

Man arrested in vacant house wearing only underwear

It was bad enough for a Colorado home owner to find a squatter clad only in his underwear in a home he had up for sale, but the man was allegedly running a meth lab, too.
In the Media by Sandy Sand

Stock Market Gains Momentum

The Dow Jones industrials swung back early Thursday, rising above 9,000 for the first time since early this year. The gains were in reaction to a host of reportedly positive economic indicators.
In the Media by Sarah Reichardt - 2 comments

Las Vegas broke housing sales record in June Special

Las Vegas housing sales broke a new all-time June record. Unemployment still tops 11 per cent but the Nevada city saw sales of 4,702 single-family homes, up from the record 4,414 in June 2004.
Digital Journal Report by Jay David Murphy - 2 comments

Dozens of U.S. cities may be bulldozed in order to survive

In a curious benefit to the environment, dozens of American cities are slated for shrinkage planning in the face of the deep recession and urban flight. Entire neighborhoods could face bulldozers.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 7 comments

Home owners wreck properties in a final act of vengeance

In an act of undisguised frustration, the owners of homes awaiting government repossession have taken it upon themselves to damage their properties as a kind of retaliation for what they see as an injustice to their livelihoods.
In the Media by Jane Iwenofu - 9 comments

For Sale: Single Family, 128-Bedroom Home, $150 Million

Billed as ''the most expensive home in the world,'' the mansion owned by the late Aaron Spelling in the exclusive Holmby Hills section of Los Angeles, California, is on the market.
In the Media by Sandy Sand - 3 comments

Dutch businesses sign up enmasse for Google StreetView

Virtual three-dimensional walks can now be taken through the streets of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, the university city of Groningen and other Dutch towns with Google StreetView. And Dutch businesses, realtors and the tourism industry are signing up enmasse.
In the Media by Adriana Stuijt - 2 comments
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