Samir Hussein / Contributor / Getty Images It’s official! After weeks and months of house hunting in just about every posh neighborhood in the Los Angeles area, the ex-royals have bought a mansion on the down low for $14,650,000. According to the New York Post, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle inked the deal several weeks
With China minting so many technology and healthcare billionaires of late, it’s easy to forget that the real estate industry is the main source of wealth for many of the country’s richest.
realtor.com U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris of California burst onto the national scene last year when she announced her run for the presidency. That didn’t pan out, but it did help the Democrat earn a spot at Joe Biden‘s side as the presumptive nominee for vice president. Who knows where she’ll go from there? In honor
realtor.com, Jamie Rector/Bloomberg 24 Hour Fitness founder Mark Mastrov is looking to spot a buyer for his Lafayette, CA, home. The custom abode, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, is on the market for a weighty $13.5 million. What a buyer will acquire is a spread that’s a “stand-alone entertainment, residential, and recreational mecca,”
Thanks to a new fee coming Sept. 1, homeowners are going to pay a lot more to refinance their mortgages.
It’s an exciting moment when you decide to charge ahead and purchase your first home. You look forward to finding the right house in a neighborhood you like and settling in to become part of the community. Plus in terms of personal finance, homeownership is a major accomplishment. But there are a host of obstacles
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While the usual mid-September peak of hurricane season is still several weeks away, the 2020 season is moving at the fastest pace since record keeping started in 1851.
Carbon emissions, often viewed by businesses as an externality, are beginning to cost companies, and investors are taking note. To learn more, I spoke with Fifth Wall, a venture capital firm focused on real estate’s carbon impact.
realtor.com, Donato Sardella/Getty Images Call it retail therapy. “Full House” star Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, who will be sentenced later this month for their part in the college admissions scandal, just sprang for a luxurious new home. The couple picked up a $9.5 million modern farmhouse in the celebrity-filled enclave of Hidden
New York City’s unemployment rate rose from 18.3% in May to 20.4% in June 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is twice as high as the Great Recession’s peak unemployment rate of 10.4% in December 2009.