Don't miss the Tubbs snowshoe folding chair, the antique stamp box, the Jacob Hermann carved teak birds, the pair of Milo Baughman chrome lounge chairs, the 1970s Soviet commemorative lamp and the Ronald Fox lucite string sculpture.
Just released data from the U.S. Census Bureau paint a different picture, questioning a fundamental measure of economic health - home ownership levels -- which begs the question, is it all a mirage?
As spring progresses, the real estate market continues to be competitive. Buyers are doing all sorts of things to get houses beyond writing a "pick me" letter. In some cases, the risks they are taking are tough to justify.
Want to add some fab, eco-friendly style to your home but have no time to page through thousands of eBay listings? Then just sneak a peek at my Weekly...
America's national housing policy seems, in a word, adrift: rudderless, following the whims of the prevailing political winds of the day, the ebb and flow of the ocean's tides, wherever they might take us.
This eclectic mix of designer and non-designer vintage home finds caught my discerning eye because of their uniqueness, contemporary feel or highly collectible nature. As always, buyer beware! Be sure to read the listings closely and contact the sellers with any questions.
Don't miss the Arthur Umanoff wine rack, the Carl Schon soap dish, the antique book stand, the 1935 bakelite cocktail shaker, the set of 1940s sundae dishes and the 1950s floating teak secretary desk.
There are still a million foreclosures and bank-owned properties, with 8.1 million people who are currently underwater on their homes.
This story is included in Tricia McCallum's first book of poetry: Nothing Gold Can Stay: A Mother and Father Remembered .
Don't miss the mid-century Italian chandelier, Rose Cabat feelie vase, the mid-century hanging wire sculpture, the Michael Lax for Fenton epergne, the Circus series mixing bowls, the Hans Wegner teak rocking chair and the signed Bert Stern Marilyn Monroe print.
When my screenwriter friend, Tyler Savage, told me he just bought his first house in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles and wanted Joey and I to help him pull it together and decorate, I was thrilled! I love a blank canvas with vintage bones which is exactly what this 1920's Spanish style house satisfies
I'm an agent who is all about getting clients a good deal; I love when people pay below list price. I even tell them this in our first meeting. But sadly, that strategy isn't going to work this spring.
Don't miss the Tiffany chocolate pot set, the Mappin & Webb bee honey pot, the 1930s Berjean sculpture, the 1960s Knoll dining set, the Hans Wegner chair and footstool and the 1930s cherub wall sconces.
People of Craigslist, can we please try a little harder to respect each other?
You know that quote "if you love something, set it free?" That's ridiculous. If you love something, hold onto it, cherish it and make sure it knows yo...
Leverage is why we bought the house, especially if some of us didn't plan for retirement, as we should have done. If you're not leveraging it, that equity has no value.