When it comes to what some may consider high commission on real estate transactions, brokerages hold many solutions.
As Covid-19 continues to impact the real estate industry as a whole, what can we reasonably expect to come next, and how can landlords prepare for what’s ahead?
Relatively inexpensive areas outside major cities—like El Dorado County, just east of Sacramento, and Camden County, across the river from Philadelphia—are gaining ground with homebuyers as New York City and San Francisco lose steam. Housing markets that offer homebuyers more bang for their buck and are located outside of major cities—but within driving distance—are heating
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realtor.com, Drew Hallowell/Getty Images Chris Cooley, the former Washington Football Team tight end and two-time Pro Bowler, has listed his massive estate in Leesburg, VA, for $2.5 million. The manor, in the French style, is not far from the Washington, DC, team’s facilities and offers six bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and 13,048 square feet of living space
Home prices are skyrocketing in most U. S. markets despite COVID- 19, a recession, and a huge unemployment rate. The question is how much of the current housing market mania is caused by the lower mortgage interest rates and how much is caused by COVID-19 changing the kind of homes people want.
Investors who diversify don’t want to put all their eggs in one basket.
Imagine a house where every electronic component and device is powered by the sun. Where every raindrop that hits your roof is used to water the yard, even on dry days. Where your trash is turned into fertilizer, which in turn is used to grow produce for your dining room table. Surprisingly, this idea of
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Samuel Rodriguez & Steve Rossi for Sotheby’s International Realty, Marc Piasecki/WireImage The luxurious Greenwich, CT, estate of the fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee, has come on the market for $47.5 million. The pricey property is currently the most expensive listing in the tony town The couple purchased the property in 2010 for a little
Homeowners with mortgages have seen their equity increase by 6.6% year over year.