More and more people today are choosing to live in smaller spaces. They are either downsizing, are ecologically conscious, or want to live in a very desirable location, which might otherwise not be financially feasible with a larger space.Read More »
When and how will the next waves of tech disruption sweep through the real estate industry? What roles could marketing play? At The National Association of Realtors, today's marketing strategy attempts to keep tabs on disruptive scenarios, at the same time underscoring the value of the realtor.
Some places in the world seem almost impossible to build. But as they say - where there is a will, there is a way
The 20 biggest metropolitan areas in the United States are home to over three million people. These areas are the urban and suburban areas in the country.
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Buyers of expensive properties are used to having a little perk thrown into the deal. Most would expect a decent bottle of something. Some even get an expensive car. But buyers of the Heart of Europe, a new development in Dubai, can receive real citizenship to a European country with their purchase.
Who's buying these big-ticket New York City homes? In San Francisco, it's the Silicon Valley people. Conventional wisdom has it that when the IPOs go through, all the newly minted multi-millionaires will upgrade their homes in the city by the bay, making that enormously expensive real estate market even more enormously expensive.
Urban planning has always faced challenges. Its planning takes place behind closed doors and is a bureaucratic process. Urban plans must be defended to the public, but communication with citizens that lack specialized knowledge is difficult.
A five-floor, 19,000-square-foot penthouse north of Madison Square Park in Manhattan, featuring more than 4,500 square feet of outdoor space with a private lap pool and glass-walled hot tub, has hit the market for $98 million, making it one of the priciest condos on the market in New York City.
Its introduction forced companies to consider data, privacy and security issues as part of their daily operations
There are several things buyers are going to be looking for when evaluating your establishment.
As housing costs soar, a California state legislator is working to make it easier for homeowners to build accessory dwelling units