Real Estate

Here’s why Millennial homebuyers are braving today’s real estate market. Realtor.com’s recent survey with Harris X looks at the reasons Millennial homebuyers are chasing the American dream. Many have been in the market a year encountering multiple offers and bidding wars as roadblocks to homeownership. According to the survey one-third of first-time homebuyers haven’t been able
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A 21,000-square-foot megahome in South Florida is the most expensive non-oceanfront home ever sold in Delray Beach, and its $19 million sale price makes it the the town’s top sale in over three years, according to the MLS.   “Resort-style living is a driving force in the ultra-luxury market,” listing agent Senada Adzem tells CNBC, “People are rethinking
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For several years there has been some resistance to wall-to-wall carpeting in the home because it gets dirty and is often difficult to clean. Spot remover doesn’t always do the trick. Carpeting can also be limited in design and expensive to install. But an excellent alternative to wall-to-wall carpet are carpet tiles. These are sisal
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Older adults, especially those living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, have been among the groups hardest hit by COVID-19. This has compelled a reexamination by many – often in concert with their adult children – about how and where they want to live the rest of their lives. Real estate professionals, industry analysts
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Knotel, the flexible office startup that filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this year, has found a new leader: Michael Gross, the former vice chairman of another SoftBank-backed firm, WeWork. He replaces Amol Sarva, Knotel’s cofounder, who served as CEO since 2015 and has been an outspoken WeWork critic. Gross’ brother, Eric, will also become Knotel’s
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Single-family homes are seen in this aerial photograph taken over a Lennar Corp. development in San Diego, California. Bing Guan | Bloomberg | Getty Images Closed sales of existing homes in February dropped a larger-than-expected 6.6% compared with January, according to the National Association of Realtors. That put them at a seasonally adjusted, annualized rate
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Many Upper East Side apartments boast timeless prewar details and elegant rooms. This newly-listed residence at 1000 Park Avenue comes with another layer of character: interiors by noted French designer Jacques Grange. Among the most revered interior designers globally, Grange is known for tying together traditional and contemporary elements. In addition to New York hotel
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Topline Former Goldman Sachs executive Michael Daffey purchased convicted sex abuser Jeffery Epstein’s New York City mansion last week, a spokesman for Daffey confirmed Tuesday, with a portion of the proceeds going into a fund to pay Epstein’s victims. Key Facts Daffey bought Epstein’s 28,000 square-foot Upper East Side mansion last week for $51 million
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Goldman Sachs veteran trader Michael Daffey is seen in this undated handout photo, in London, Britain. Goldman Sachs via Reuters Former high-ranking Goldman Sachs executive Michael Daffey bought a New York City mansion this month for a whopping $51 million from the estate of the late convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein, his spokesman said Tuesday.
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Ground-floor indoor-outdoor activation meets additional work-from-home space in this multifamily … [+] design by interior designer Vickie Alani. Ed Wonsek The pandemic will forever change the way many things are done. Multifamily design represents one of the tasks likely to be forever altered. According to designer Vickie Alani, principal at the design firm CBT, the
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