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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Lair Available on Airbnb

As far as windowless apartments go, this is pretty much the pinnacle We do feel a little silly fawning over a fake apartment that was created as a promotion for a movie, but at the same time, this is a Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles themed apartment and perhaps it's best not to look a gift horse in the mouth. Show More Summary

Realtor.com gives facelift to mobile app

Nearby listings, property details, grocery stores and schools are all a tap or two away with the latest version of realtor.com's mobile search app. The app has been redesigned to offer a simpler user interface, and it also throws a few new features into the mix...

Koki Adasi: ‘Know the right questions to ask’

Koki Adasi is a top-performing real estate agent in the Washington D.C. area. A local boy who played basketball for Mount St. Mary’s University, Adasi runs his own Long & Foster office, Koki & Associates, Inc...

Downtown Brooklyn welcomes new high-rise above City Point

City Point, a 1.8 million-square foot retail, residential and office space at the corner of Flatbush Avenue and Fulton Street, features three residential towers, one of which launched leasing of its 50 units last week...

Community spotlight: Bay Harbor Islands

In my last piece, I wrote about Bay Harbor Islands’ history and how it got to be where and what it is today. Now, I want to take the time to dive into specifics about the islands, calling attention to the best features that the islands have to offer...

Sales of new homes jump! … Right?

In this week's screeching headlines: “Sales of New Homes Reach Eight-Year High, Point to Stronger Economy.” April did have a big month, maybe even a trend-changer, but this is an election year -- a crazy one -- and everything needs a second look...

Renovation Transforms Paris Attic into Efficient, Modern Studio

What $37,000 can buy In Paris, the land of marvelous tiny apartments, a recent attic renovation shows how a few simple ideas can dramatically reshape a cramped space for efficient, small living. Armed with a budget of €33,000 (aboutShow More Summary

Smart Pet Toy Doubles as Camera to Spy on Pets

Now you can play with your dog while you're at work This smart pet toy called PlayDate is a combination of all the trendiest of current design trends (household objects that connect to your smartphone, toys for pets that will be appreciated much more by humans, and things with cameras that you can use to spy on your own house). Show More Summary

Spectacular Six-Story London House With Skyline Views Asks $3.9 Million

In the heart of Shoreditch Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We'd love to see what you've got. Location: London, England Price:...Show More Summary

Designer Incorporates Computer Glitches Into Furniture

Embrace your (computer's) mistakes Designer Christopher Stuart ran into some computer trouble while designing his new line of furniture, and instead of doing what most of us would do (curse under his breath a lot) he decided to use the glitches that were showing up in his designs, and incorporate them into the final pieces. Show More Summary

Tokyo Apartment Uses Plywood to Increase Space and Storage

Would this work in your home? City living comes with many inconveniences, including the lack of living and storage space. We've talked about ways to take clutter and put it into vertical storage solutions that also double as decor. Japanese...Show More Summary

Welcome to Disturbia

Picture a suburban housewife of the 1950s. Her name is Mrs. John Drone (Mary), and she lives in Rolling Knolls Estates, a new development of what the salesman calls "California Cape Cod Ramblers" on the outskirts of Washington, D.C.Show More Summary

Explore London’s Art Deco Architecture with New Map of City’s Best Buildings

Gad about town and discover dozens of the city's most stylish, streamlined structures with this handy guide Amid the quirky towers and classic architecture spread across London, glitzy examples from the Art Deco age abound—if you know where to find them. Thankfully, Art Deco fans in the U.K. Show More Summary

11 starter tips for becoming a neighborhood expert

As a new agent business strategist, I get asked this question all the time: "How do I specialize in (insert neighborhood here) when the neighborhood is so hot?” My response: It’s doable if you put in the time and stay consistent...

7 sizzling apps for smarter summer travel

Even real estate agents need time away from the CRM and open houses. These 7 travel apps can save you a few headaches as you plan every last vacation detail, find yourself stuck in traffic or want to hit the hidden haunts like a true local....

ShowingTime announces new MLS affiliates

It's been an eventful year for ShowingTime. Last week, the Chicago-based showing management firm announced a new data element integrated into its market reports and 10 new MLS agreements, amassing North American reach to 900,000 agents...

U.S. cities with fastest population growth

The United States Census Bureau recently released its most recent data on the population of American cities in the U.S. Some metropolitan areas are experiencing tremendous growth, especially in the South. The West has also done tremendously on the population growth front. The following is a comprehensive list of the top 10 U.S. cities with the fastest population growth...

Mid-Atlantic region boasting strong and stable real estate market conditions, says TTR Sotheby’s

2015 was a solid year for the real estate market in Washington D.C. and the surrounding counties. The D.C. region continues to reflect strong real estate market conditions with increasing demand and home prices, according to the year-end report recently released by TTR Sotheby's International...

Podcast: Make money with broker price opinions now

Broker price opinions (BPOs) are an incredible tool for success in the marketplace. While other agents in your office are turning their noses up at the nominal compensation, they are missing a goldmine...

5 steps to achieving happiness in real estate

Champions train. Losers complain. Are you stuck in a loop of problem identification -- unable or unwilling to shift into a problem-solution mode? If so, you’re not alone, and there is hope. Here are five steps to help you find happiness in real estate...

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