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Real Estate News
Sunday March 9th, 2014
This 173-acre ranch includes a modern home and equestrian facilities.
Buyers emboldened by the recovering economy take advantage of reduced price tags in Sin City's struggling luxury market.
Plus, a New York townhouse asks $30 million; "Modern Family" home lists for $2.35 million; a high-tech California home goes on the market for $22 million.
The utilitarian device is getting a makeover, complete with themes and high-tech control panels
Political and financial turmoil in Turkey is threatening to snap a critical pillar of the government's economic policy: real-estate development.
The conversion of a long-shuttered office building into apartments for low-income senior citizens soon will start accepting residents, marking a milestone in the city's efforts to transform one of its poorest areas.
The relocation of a one-mile strip of Interstate 195 has opened up its previous path to real-estate development in downtown Providence, R.I.
After decades of fretting about declining numbers of local manufacturers and designers, the Garment District is taking some comfort in new, nontraditional arrivals.
A contemporary home in Larchmont, designed by Edward Durell Stone in 1947 and in the same family for the last 45 years, is available to rent for $8,200 a month.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is selling two parcels of land in the Hudson Yards neighborhood, where a number of large projects are transforming the landscape and boosting land prices.
New data from a global study of "ultra-high-net-worth individuals"—the top 0.01%—shows a stark rise in house prices in the most desirable parts of cities across the world.
Rope-climbing walls, zip lines and even the occasional 'boulder scramble' are making backyard equipment more versatile
Despite fears that stricter new regulations would curtail lending, wealthy borrowers haven't taken much of a hit
In New Orleans, the luxury real-estate market is bouncing back, boosted by homeowners who want to stay in the city; historic homes, prime locations for Mardi Gras.
Professionals and the sellers they represent face off over tastes that could offend some; mom's painting of a topless woman in the living room.
An entrepreneur builds an ultramodern, James Bond-Meets-Asia edifice designed for large-scale entertaining.
Entrepreneur Russell Simmons buys a five-bedroom Spanish Mediterranean in L.A. to be near his daughters
A London apartment that spans across three neighboring buildings asks about $46 million; a San Francisco house off "the crookedest street in the world" will list for $9.95 million.
This angular modern home with city views reflects the changing demographics in this growing tech hub.
In kitchens, coffee-making appliances are giving way to built-in machines that grind beans and dispense customized drinks.
Three properties on the market in Florida and Arizona for baseball fans who don't want to miss a moment of spring training
An improving economy and rising home values have helped reduce demand for mortgage modifications, but options still exist for borrowers of jumbo loans who might find themselves unable to make their monthly payments.
Many retail landlords in emerging-market countries have become experts in marketing, pricing, leasing and even public relations as they grapple with sharp currency devaluations or spikes in interest rates.
Turkey's currency is tumbling, investor confidence eroding and interest rates soaring amid a stalling economy, splashy corruption headlines and a volatile political situation. But hotel development is booming.