Real Estate

A newly sold home is shown in Houston, Texas. Brandon Bell | Getty Images It could be more listings on the market, or perhaps just fear that interest rates will move even higher, but homebuyers are showing more demand for mortgages. They are, however, turning even more to adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs), which offer lower rates.
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Marc & Tiffany Angeles An over-the-top modern mansion in Bel Air was listed for $87.8 million for an auction this week. But the highest bid came in just under $45.8 million, according to the home’s seller, dermatologist-turned-developer Alex Khadavi. “Horrible, Horrible, Horrible!” was how Khadavi characterized the auction results to CNBC. He filed for Chapter
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Topline The Trump Organization finalized a $375 million deal Wednesday to sell its lease of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., according to multiple reports, after the building served as a destination for both Trump supporters and anti-Trump protesters—and netted the former president millions of dollars in revenue from visiting officials, Democrats claim. Key
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Brazey-en-Plaine is a village in eastern France’s Côte-d’Or department in the Bourgone-Franche-Comte region. Côte-d’Or takes its name from the escarpment that is the site of the famed Burgundy vineyards; hence, it is called as the “golden slope.” Besides a reputation as a wine-growing region, the area is known for its grains and potatoes, sheep and
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The first quarter of 2022 saw more markets reach double-digit annual price gains than the previous quarter, according to the National Association of Realtors’ latest quarterly report. Seventy percent of 185 measured metros experienced such price gains, up from 66% in the preceding quarter. These increases come as median single-family existing-home prices rose at a
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Adaptation from an evolutionary perspective is by nature a glacially unhurried process. It pans out even slower and more painfully when it comes to fundamental changes to the rules by which the real estate industry plays—many of which remain so outdated that they are analogously as irrelevant and inefficient as phones still attached to the
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