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Real Estate News
Saturday April 18th, 2015
This oceanfront house comes with hand-painted ceilings and six-foot tall statues of angels around the pool
Enron, Tyco, WorldCom, Madoff. A look at the mansions built or bought with corporate fraud. (Remember the $6,000 shower curtain?)
A creative director crafts a San Francisco home dedicated to daring, whimsy and fun.
The actress/dancer was a tomboy who grew up in a lively Washington, D.C., home.
Anyone inspired to donate their home to charity should know that the tax rules are complicated.
The Federal Housing Finance Agency is set to direct Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to reduce mortgage fees on some borrowers.
It’s a one-hour train ride from Penn Station and a bike ride from North Shore beaches.
If city officials approve, Cor-10 Concepts’ project could provide a model elsewhere in the country. Containers are already used for construction in many countries.
One writer recalls his lifelong love affair with black-and-white checkerboard floors.
Residential real estate is becoming the next frontier for speed-based investing. Math-driven models powered by historical patterns can size up homes and calculate future income in minutes.
A development in suburban New York City will include luxury amenities, even though it will house those who qualify for affordable housing.
A U.S. property-development firm is increasing its bet on Nicaragua, one of several developing countries that are attracting new tourism-industry investors.
German real-estate business Deutsche Wohnen said its bid to take over Austrian rival Conwert Immobilien Invest has collapsed after it failed to reach the minimum acceptance threshold.
Zillow has hit speed bumps in its merger with rival website Trulia, a deal intended to create a powerhouse in online real-estate listings.
Celestial-inspired interior design that is galaxies away from ‘Star Wars’ is emerging as a key spring theme.
Under construction, the apartment has the highest asking price in the city.
An analysis of home listings over a two-month period identifies San Jose, Calif., as the place where home buyers need to act quickly.
A look inside the $85,000 closet renovation of a California doctor.
The 98-acre property in Mount Kisco, N.Y. was once owned by showman Billy Rose
Homes with a special feature that is no longer allowed under local building rules may give owners an edge when it’s time to sell.
There are rare deals in glittering Cap d’Antibes, the onetime party spot of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.
Spain’s second city is luring new home buyers who like the city-and-surf lifestyle of the coastal metropolis.
Many who lost their homes during the early part of the financial crisis are rebounding after credit-penalty phase.
In the ritzy 90210 ZIP Code, car buyers love their Mercedes-Benz. They also enjoy poker and bridge, according to a market-research firm.
A U.K. designer in metal creates ‘subversive’ staircases, window frames, tables and more.
The Loews Regency New York Hotel on Park Avenue is famous for attracting tycoons and deal makers looking to schmooze over breakfast. Now its owner is expanding the tradition.
General Electric is close to selling off most of its $30 billion in real-estate holdings, part of a broader effort to separate from a big finance business that has fueled the company’s profits but nevertheless rattled investors concerned about its risks.
After decades of decay, a German coastal site operated by the Third Reich, the Soviets and the East Germans over the years is being converted into hotels and apartments.
China’s two largest insurance companies are making their first investment in U.S. commercial real estate, buying a majority stake in a $500 million project in Boston.