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Recent Real Estate News


Wages growing, but jobs data part of forecasting woes

Compressed verdict: mortgages are slightly higher than the 3.75 percent bottoms in the last two weeks, now close to 3.875 percent. But nothing has really changed: the Fed and the global economy are in a unique pickle, the outside a mess, the U.S. economy plodding along ...

Video listing of the day: Point Roberts

Soak in the sun, enjoy aquatic activities and experience breathtaking sunsets at this Point Roberts retreat presented by Brazen Sotheby's International Realty. Through the entryway into the main part of the home, you will encounter an open and flowing floor plan with tile countertops and floors combined with whitewashed wood walls and ceilings that capture true beach character. ...

Meredith Martin: ‘Luxury is something timeless that has quality’

The Paragon Real Estate Group agent says the next big luxury market is going to be Austin, Texas, and talks about her most embarrassing real estate moment ...

Podcast: How to become a luxury real estate leader

We're joined by Michael Gordon from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, serving the Philadelphia metro area. The Gordon team has achieved over $1.25 billion in career sales, and exceeded $159 million in 2014 annual sales ...

Park Lane Hotel renovation put on hold

The Park Lane Hotel, situated at 36 Central Park South and acquired in 2013 for $660 million, remains open to the public as plans for conversion are put on hold. New owner and developer Steven Witkoff originally planned to demolish the hotel and build a complex consisting of both hotel rooms and condominiums, but Manhattan’s oversupply of luxury listings has dimmed demand in the local real estate sphere ...