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This $14M French chateau is the ultimate fixer-upper

Wowza Today in real estate fall from grace: The incredible Château d’Aubiry in Southern France, on the market since 2011, has been spotted on Le Bon Coin (the French equivalent of Craigslist) asking a mere €12.6 million (or roughly $13.7...Show More Summary

Michelle Obama mural planned for South Side Chicago school

Local artist wants to celebrate the First Lady with public painting In an effort to help Chicago students find a role model to look up to, local artist Chris Devins decided to literally elevate someone from the community. His planned...Show More Summary

Rihanna’s former Pacific Palisades home finally finds a buyer

The pop star reportedly moved out of the house after persistent problems with stalkers Rihanna just can’t seem to catch a break when it comes to her Los Angeles real estate holdings. In 2009, the pop star paid $6.9 million for a Beverly...Show More Summary

See 32 years of Bay Area development in four seconds

But don’t blink In 2013, Google took its people-watching hobby to the next level by compiling several decades worth of satellite imagery of every place on earth into a larger-than-life searchable time lapse sequence. But, being Google,...Show More Summary

Eichler greeting cards for the midcentury modern fan in your life

Owner of Eichler creates 3D cards based on the noted developer’s home designs Built out of cardboard and cut by hand, Yuki Edminster didn’t know who or what an Eichler was but a few years ago. While she and her husband, David, were house...Show More Summary

People demand more public bathrooms in San Francisco

A public works problem of particular urgency Throughout human history, there’s been one constant: When you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go. But locals and visitors to San Francisco alike find themselves constantly confounded when looking...Show More Summary

Romantic 1920s Spanish Revival asking $1.6M in Whitley Heights

Former home of silent film actor and director Carl M. Leviness Developed in the 1920s by real estate magnate H.J. Whitley, the hillside enclave of Whitley Heights was the neighborhood of choice for showbiz folks in Tinseltown’s early...Show More Summary

$150K tiny house with motorized furniture is next level

When downsizing definitely does not equal downgrading If you thought a $95,000 tiny home with a custom deck and jacuzzi tub would be the certain crème de la crème of tiny house land, think again. This “rustic chic” build Portland-based...Show More Summary

Curbed Cup 2016: Nominate this year's best LA neighborhood!

Drop your nomination in the comments The year is drawing to a close, which means it's time for Curbed Cup—the annual competition for Los Angeles’s Neighborhood of the Year! For nearly a decade, Curbed readers have chosen LA’s best neighborhood...Show More Summary

The Curbed Cup is coming! Name 2016’s best neighborhood

It’s time to decide which SF neighborhood stands above the rest Shinier than a Super Bowl ring. Better than Olympic gold. And more important those awards presented annually by that film society in Los Angeles. It’s time for the annual Curbed Cup! Since 2010, Curbed SF has been awarding one San Francisco neighborhood as the top hood in the city. Show More Summary

Ikea sued for allegedly copying German company's bed design

e15 claims that Ikea’s Malm bed is a copy of its Mo bed Ikea’s popular Malm series has put the Swedish furniture giant in hot water again, this time with its minimalist bed frame. German modern furniture company e15 claims that IkeaShow More Summary

Why Re/Max shelled out $100M for regional franchise rights this year

Dave Liniger founded real estate franchisor Re/Max in January 1973 when there were no cell phones, fax machines were rare and the Internet had yet to be invented. Liniger grew his company by selling master franchises across the country, giving independent entrepreneurs the right to sell and service new Re/Max franchisees for a cut of royalty fees...

The brightest minds in tech are headed to New York

On January 16, 2017, Inman will host its first ever Hacker Connect in New York City...

Barn, transformed, becomes gorgeous rustic home in Pacific Northwest

This is a real gem With December upon us, it’s officially cabin season in the country’s colder climes, from the northeast to the snowy mountain states and beyond. In Washington state, Seattle firm MW Works Architecture created a woodsy...Show More Summary

RedDoor Rundown

Here is a quick rundown on the weeks real estate news in Toronto... Competition Bureau and TREB once again face off in Ottawa… over TREB’s anti-competitive conduct. "I welcome today’s order by the Competition Tribunal requiring the Toronto Real Estate...

Will Angelenos get those affordable housing requirements they voted for?

Measure JJJ still faces plenty of resistance, even after it was approved by voters Approved by voters less than a month ago, affordable housing and labor initiative Measure JJJ has not even gone into effect yet, but some real estateShow More Summary

Here’s how to help Oakland fire victims

Fire victims and victims’ families need support for medical bills and memorial services On Friday night, a devastating fire swept through artistic enclave Ghost Ship located at the 1300 block of 31st Avenue in Oakland. The blaze happened at around 11:30 pm during a party, where many revelers were trapped inside the rickety structure. Show More Summary

Updated midcentury modern home with unique layout asks $1.4M

A mix of old and new 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: Indianapolis, Indiana Price:...Show More Summary

Trump nominates Ben Carson for HUD secretary

It's official: retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson will serve as President-elect Donald Trump's secretary for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, so long as Congress confirms him...

Meet the Founders: Sarang Ratanjee and Matt Schneider from Boulevard

In our latest real estate tech interview, I’m talking to Sarang Ratanjee and Matt Schneider from Boulevard, a company based in the Bay area. What do you do? Sarang: I’m a co-founder of Boulevard, where my primary focus is leading our business and marketing efforts along with our Android mobile application development. Show More Summary

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