The last place on earth you'd expect the largest private real estate project in the world to be happening is on the tiny and already over-developed island of NYC. Yet the Hudson Yards, A 28-acre site on the West Side; the last major undeveloped part of Manhattan, has become just that.
While many have waxed philosophical "for the sake of 'sociological research'" about how reality shows are scripted, staged and fraught with retakes, Altman assures me that MDLLA is very real.
A uniform filter applied to multiple urban scenes can easily warp time and location, and obscure -- yet somehow enhance -- the reality of place.
Money doesn't grow on trees, but it can sure create an amazing treehouse. Each of these homes for sale has a dream-worthy treehouse that will make you want to plant your roots. Warning: After checking out these adorable homes, you might go out on a limb to make them your own.
One way or another, good schools cost money. Private school tuition can easily exceed monthly housing costs, but home prices in top-rated public school districts are 32% above the local average.
As any entrepreneur will tell you, starting and growing a business isn't for the faint of heart. Add a difficult landlord to the equation and an entrepreneur's dream can quickly turn into a costly, time-consuming nightmare.
Calling all book lovers! These rooms hark back to a bygone era where gentlemen discussed Keats and Wilde with a glass of whiskey in one hand and a cigar in the other.
With the superfluous demand for television shows exposing the business of house flipping, it comes as a surprise that in the "real world" the demand is not there.
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In good economic times as well as in bad, financial hardship can always strike. And when it does, people might have to cut back on housing, which is typically the largest household expense. However, cutting housing costs involves hard tradeoffs.
While the housing market is clearly improving, with four of the five key indicators of the housing recovery from our Housing Barometer at least halfway back to normal, it looks like the recovery is happening even without much improvement in first-time homeownership. Does that mean the housing recovery isn't for real? Not so fast.
Aside from two inland California housing markets, Riverside-San Bernardino and Bakersfield, the top 10 metros with the biggest year-over-year price gains are in the South and Midwest.
For 30 years, falling mortgage interest rates have enabled homeowners to move into ever-larger homes on the promise of ever-cheaper financing. But that party is over, and the impact on existing home sales could be significant.
I'm a 51-year-old college graduate working a $20-an-hour job clearing dirty dishes off tables at black-tie events. Back when I had money and good income, I used to attend these functions, clad in tux and tails.
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Since the housing market has not completely recovered from the 2007 housing crash, it now seems fashionable to find a scapegoat -- usually the Millennials -- to explain sluggish home sales.