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See mid-century house on Lake Michigan in Fox Point listed for $2.15M: Open House
The mid-century modern house on Lake Michigan in Fox Point is listed for $2.15 million. It was built in 1959 and designed by Its architect Russell Barr Williamson, who had previously worked for Frank Lloyd Wright. Get a look inside at its many unique design elements.
41-room Wyncote estate built by Widener family, designed by Horace Trumbauer lists for $2.3M
Built in 1921, the 10,000-square-foot estate was designed by renowned architect Horace Trumbauer. The home includes a party loft, gatehouse, pool, spa, a number of gardens, an aviary and a bocce ball court.
Incomes in Greater Philadelphia's 10 wealthiest ZIP codes surged at the start of the pandemic
Among the 10 wealthiest ZIP codes, the average portion of households making at least $200,000 in 2020 was 46%.
Statesville, two other Carolina locales on Fortune list of 'Best Places to Live for Families'
Three locales in the Carolinas — including one in the Charlotte region — appear on an inaugural ranking by Fortune magazine aimed at finding the best U.S. places for families to live.
The most expensive homes sold in Jefferson County (Late August— Early September)
We've rounded up our latest gallery of the most expensive homes sold in Jefferson County.
Utility plan to double developer fees threatens to throw cold water on New Braunfels growth
Should the new maximum fee proposal pass and be applied to those lots, the combined cost to developers would rise to about $460 million from $202 million, based on the current fee structure. New Braunfels Utilities will make a case for the fee increase at a public hearing before the New Braunfels City Council on Oct. 24.
The biggest (and little known) change to Oregon housing law
In 2019, the Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 2001 – the "middle housing" law. This new law will bring wide-ranging changes to construction of new housing in Oregon, but has received little press so far. The goal of HB 2001 is to reduce barriers to the construction of "middle housing," which is defined as duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes, townhouses and cottage clusters. A townhouse is a single unit on its own lot, sharing a common wall with at least one neighboring unit; a cottage cluster…
Home Builders Association CEO shares insights on the Raleigh-Wake County market
If you’re looking for an inside pulse on what’s happening in the Triangle real estate market, it helps to know what’s happening at the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County. The mission of the organization is to advocate, educate and promote the building industry and because it serves as a voice for the residential construction industry across the region as well as North Carolina and the United States, its focus is also on affordability for citizens of the area. As 2022 begins to…
What to expect from the Triangle 2022 Parade of Homes
North Carolina’s largest open house is back. The 2022 Triangle Parade of Homes returns the first three weekends in October with dozens of homes to tour Oct. 1-2, Oct. 7-9, and Oct. 14-16, 2022. This is the 57th year of this event, and though Covid-19 may have impacted previous years, Paul Kane, executive vice president and CEO of the Home Builders Association of Wake County said, “This year’s Parade will look and feel a lot more like previous years.” The Parade of Homes is a free event…
Understanding the Triangle market as 2022 wraps up
As the final quarter of 2022 begins, the Triangle real estate market has seen a steady change in circumstances. Several market shifts have begun to help it normalize, which means it’s still a good time to search for a home within the Raleigh-Durham area. If you’re wondering if you missed the window of opportunity to purchase a home in the Triangle, rest assured that the market is still in a good spot for potential buyers for a few reasons. Here's what you can expect as 2022 comes to a close. New…
7 ideas for creating the paw-fect home
The year 2022 is known as the Year of the Dog in the Chinese zodiac, and it quickly became the year of all things dog — and pets in general — when it comes to the home. One of the biggest trends to appear this year, and which will last well into 2023, has been animal-first architecture, or “barkitecture,” which is quickly gaining traction across the United States. This trend is on the rise as homeowners choose to pamper their pets by carving out special spaces for them in the home. According…
Architectural design trends to expect in 2023
With 2023 a few short months away, builders across the Triangle area are already looking ahead to what’s coming next. While the past few years have solidified the style of home buyers are searching for, new architectural trends are beginning to emerge. In fact, Michael McMillan, owner of Wake Forest-based residential design firm McMillan Design, said it's a fun time to be building homes in the Triangle. The following are the trends he expects to see emerge in 2023. Floor plans continue to stay…
How to get a home offer accepted
You’ve found the perfect home and you’re ready to make an offer. What comes next may seem like a stressful set of circumstances given where home mortgages have been since 2020. The seller’s market from the past two years had led to numerous offers being presented to homeowners across the Triangle, and many frustrated buyers. Fortunately, as the market starts to normalize, there seems to be less competition for homes. But that doesn’t mean the competition has stopped completely. You’ll…
Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Most expensive home ever listed on Camano Island hits market
The sellers had used it as a second home since buying it in 2021 from former Amazon consumer chief Dave Clark.
Oregon governor candidates on how they'll address the housing crisis
All three candidates called out how bad the process is for getting new construction permitted.
East Bay, North Bay see muted September buyer demand
Quality homes that check all the boxes are still commanding multiple bids, however.
Real estate agent Franco Garcia looks to serve the underrepresented
As a licensed real estate agent since 1986, Franco Garcia said he's learned a lot, from red-hot markets to cold ones. The company's emphasis on serving underserved communities means being a sounding board, even if they don't like his take.
St. Louis-based commercial cleaner now in 15 states after making third deal this year
The deal is the company's 10th acquisition in the past four years, helping it achieve a growth rate exceeding 100%.
7.4K-square-foot home with in-ground pool in Inver Grove Heights lists for nearly $2.5M (Photos)
A five-bedroom, five-bathroom home in Inver Grove Heights filled with stone features, multiple fireplaces and room for nine cars is on the market for nearly $2.5 million. The 7,364-square-foot home, considered a “personal oasis” by its listing on Re/Max Results, sits on about 2.5 acres with landscaped grounds, an in-ground pool and an outdoor fireplace and pergola. Inside, a living room provides views of the backyard through floor-to-ceiling windows and has a two-story fireplace. The main…
LIHI wins $18M state grant for Green Lake apartments
The money is part of a $77.9 million round of awards for the creation of 390 units of affordable housing in Washington state.
Oakland developer Riaz Capital plans more than 300 new homes in Berkeley
The Oakland-based developer, which specializes in units it describes as affordable by design, is pitching projects could be welcome additions to Berkeley's existing housing stock.
Hurricane Ian could be second costliest storm in history
Early estimates of damages to insured property put Ian only behind Hurricane Katrina in costliness.
Security Properties buys affordable apartments in Citrus Heights, Sacramento for $50 million
A multifamily investment company out of Seattle has scooped up two affordable housing properties locally, paying nearly $50 million combined.
New apartment building, cafe set to open in Uptown next week
Pittsburgh’s Uptown neighborhood will soon welcome a new apartment building, complete with a coffee shop and market.
Chicago is top destination for Denver residents looking to move, says report
Denver had the 10th highest amount of residents who looked to move away during July and August of this year, according to a new report from Seattle-based real estate brokerage Redfin.  In Redfin’s analysis, 3,739 Denver metro area residents were seriously looking at moving away from the Denver metro area. That number is slightly lower than the net outflow from the prior year, when 4,662 residents were wanting to leave.   Total, 24% of Redfin users in the Denver area were searching for homes…
First-time homebuyers in Austin face daunting financial picture
Only seven cities in the nation are more expensive than Austin when it comes to the first year of homeownership, according to a SmartAsset study. The personal finance website considered both upfront costs — using a 20% down payment and average closing costs — and annual recurring costs, such as a mortgage, average property taxes and homeowners insurance.
The varying destruction in Hurricane Ian's wake comes down to construction codes
Aerial photos showing seemingly random destruction in Ian's wake — a house still standing next to one that was washed off its foundation — can largely be attributed to construction codes that changed after Hurricane Andrew, real estate executives in Southwest Florida told the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
Chicago apartment building that was once condos is up for sale
A former condominium building on Chicago's Northwest Side went up for sale this week.
In Waldo, EPC looks to draw a 289-apartment complex from The Well
EPC Real Estate Group LLC eyes a 2023 groundbreaking for Waldo 74 Broadway, a five- to six-story apartment community with 289 units. The developer says its $80 million to $90 million plan will help maximize bus ridership at a key transit node in the neighborhood.
Richardson's RealPage to acquire Seattle-based technology company
The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions and is expected to close in the coming days.
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