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Stars Stripped: World's Most Unpatriotic Flippers Repaint Oakland Flag House

Back in March, we brought you news of a little one-bedroom bungalow in East Oakland's Fairfax neighborhood painted to resemble an American flag. Though it was in shabby condition, and not nearly as prim and decked out as its...

Made in America: 5 Companies Helping Kickstart American Factories

A shop inside of Brooklyn's Industry City. All images courtesy the respective companies unless noted otherwise. American design has had its share of startup successes, Kickstarted concepts and handmade products in recent years. But when it comes to firing...

Boston Infested by Bunnies, Is Luckiest City on Earth

Infestation is one of those words that is almost always bad, unless it is preceding the word bunnies. Then it's the best. Who wouldn't be down with a whole bunch of bunnies hopping around, unless you're Mr. McGregor? Boston...

Should I ask Seller to pay my closing costs? #AskTPREG 10

Should the Buyer ask the Seller to pay for their closing costs? Most people would say yes, you should ask the Seller to pay for your closing costs? How do I know this, because it hear it all the time. Almost every time a new buyer comes into my office and we discuss offers, they […] Originally posted on Phoenix Real Estate Guy. Show More Summary

Airbnb enforcement streamlined through new S.F. city office

Americans have a love/hate relationship with Airbnb. Depending on how it impacts your travel or everyday life often indicates what side of the spectrum you fall. The company's massive growth and the encompassing industry spurring from it lends to the argument that Airbnb is indeed here to stay, but laws may just get a little more strict...

Cherry Hill Man Defrauded Burlington County Residents Out of $146,000

Mortgage Fraud Blog. A Cherry Hill man who held himself out as a mortgage loan specialist has been charged with theft and other charges that he allegedly used $146,000 for personal expenses that had been paid to him by four Burlington County residents seeking loan assistance, authorities said on Wednesday. Show More Summary

New scam targeting people looking for affordable housing

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Scammers are targeting low-income families who are seeking affordable housing. The scammers are targeting some people who are using Section 8 housing, and they are using fake websites to do it. The post New scam targeting people looking for affordable housing appeared first on Mortgage Fraud Blog.

Curbed Hamptons: Peek at This Modern Yet Rustic Barn-Style Home by Bates + Masi

A young Manhattan couple with three kids called on architect Paul Masi and designer Damon Liss to bring their dream Hamptons home to life, which is pictured in the July/August issue of ELLE Décor. The house is made up...

Prison for O.C. woman who offered bogus foreclosure relief

Mortgage Fraud Blog. A 30-year-old Costa Mesa woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges stemming from a foreclosure rescue fraud scheme that targeted homeowners with bogus promises of mortgage relief. Najia Jalan entered her plea in Los Angeles federal court to charges of mail fraud and aggravated identity theft. The post Prison for O.C. Show More Summary

Globe Trotting: Neon Artwork and 100-year Old Timbers Mix in this Rad Office

All Photos © Jeremy Toth via Archdaily Blending old and new never looked so cool. Architect Jose Gutierrez was commissioned by consumer analytics company TRA to convert this century-old Auckland warehouse into open offices. Combing this historic architecture with...

theRRD offers instant tenant screening for agents, property managers

Just a couple months after its rebrand, theRRD is aiming to be a one-stop-shop solution for real estate agents, property mangers and landlords throughout the nation. Based in Dallas, the company officially launched in 2010 as solely an incident reporting liaison for property managers and landlords and has since broadened its reach to various facets of the real estate industry...

3-D home of the day

Step inside this modern yet rustic estate and feel immediately at ease. This Potomac, Maryland, home combines the finest materials with expert craftsmanship. It sits close to the Potomac River and has a strong connection to its surrounding landscape...

Calvin Klein, Reba McEntire headline L.A.'s priciest real estate sales

The homes of a fashion designer, a country music singer and a professional golfer were among the top residential real estate sales in the greater Los Angeles area last week.

Weigh in: Are hybrid real estate brokers forging new ground or emulating the same old discounters?

Newly minted Harvard MBA Ben Kubic and 25-year real estate veteran Jude Rasmus are an odd couple. But they share a vision: turn the traditional real estate business model on its head...

Pro Teck Valuation Services’ Home Value Forecast pinpoints best markets for rental investing

Are you considering making an investment in a single-family home as a rental property this summer? The Pro Teck Valuation Services' Home Value Forecast measures the 10 best and worse markets for rental investment opportunities and includes a wide array of factors that potential investors should consider before taking the plunge to make a purchase...

The Numbers: SF's Median Asking Rent for a One-Bedroom Tops Manhattan's

In June, median asking rents for a one-bedroom in San Francisco held steady at $3,500, keeping up this city's ever-solidifying rep of being the absolute worst place to look for an apartment in the nation, per rental website Zumper's...

'Ross the Intern' Mathews of 'Tonight Show' fame sells his hip aerie in Glendale

"Ross the Intern" Mathews, who gained notice as an intern on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno," has sold his home in Glendale for $1.475 million.

ListingDoor – Another Shot at Getting Rid of Agents

And…..another entrant is trying to get rid of agents. ListingDoor.com Their model is essentially a fancier, well designed FSBO offering. Sellers pay a one time marketing fee (pricing can be found here). I’m curious how this one plays out.   The post ListingDoor – Another Shot at Getting Rid of Agents appeared first on GeekEstate Blog.

Curbed Chicago: Peek Inside This Chicago Gem by a Ferris Bueller Architect

A glassy North Shore home designed by James Speyer, a student of Mies van der Rohe and master of Midcentury Modernism, has officially ended its five month run on the market, selling for $607,300. While the name might not...

Jerusalem Couple Tries to Renovate House, Discovers 1st Century Bath Under Living Room

A Jerusalem couple wanted a house "with stones that are talking." What they ended up getting was a 2,000-year-old ritual bath, known as a mikveh, under the floor of their living room, which they only discovered while trying to...

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