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How much house does $550,000 buy in San Diego County?

Home prices continue to rise across Southern California. In San Diego County, the median price for single-family homes in July rose about 5% to $545,000. Here's a look at what about that amount buys throughout the county. San Diego (Realtor.com) Sitting off a private drive, this three-story has...

Restored 1896 charmer in Kentucky with original details asks $299K

It was in the same family for nearly 120 years 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:...Show More Summary

Celebrate National Park Service’s centennial with Google’s amazing interactive tours

Inside the rarely seen corners of five national parks around the country Today marks 100 years since the founding of the National Park Service, which has long preserved our access to the most beautiful and historically significant places around the country. Show More Summary

MetaProp NYC announces the 8 real estate tech startups in its 2016 class

Want to spot the next technologies likely to impact real estate? Take a peek under the hoods of real estate startup accelerators. The accelerator MetaProp NYC has served up the latest tea leaves for industry tech prognosticators, announcing 2016 enrollees that tend to deal in the commercial sector. Show More Summary

Where to Stay Near 9 of America's Best National Parks

Celebrate the National Park’s Centennial in style This summer, the National Park Service is celebrating 100 years of stewardship over some of America’s most beautiful places. The ongoing centennial celebration is expected to draw a record number of visitors, especially at popular parks like the Great Smoky Mountains, the Grand Canyon, or Yellowstone. Show More Summary

New digital house manual works like video Post-It notes for guests

Ping uses mobile tech to make it easier for home-sharing hosts to communicate with their visitors Home-sharing companies like Airbnb and HomeAway are expected to nearly double their number of users by 2020, so it’s no surprise that creative...Show More Summary

Home of the Day: Endless summer in Laguna Beach

Nicknamed the Ark, this 1923 arts and crafts cottage was designed by Laguna Beach architect Jean L. Egasse to look like a boat. Permanently moored overlooking scenic Woods Cove, this historically designated home has been lovingly restored and features ship-shape rope work, hand-carved beams, expert...

Podcast: 18 rules of relentless lead follow-up (Part 3)

Our industry is guilty of overcomplicating the system of lead follow-up. With drip campaigns, technology, CRMs and social media -- the ways to not do lead-followup at the highest level are growing and costing you big bucks....

Why real estate coaches are (un)necessary

At Inman Connect San Francisco, Bill Lublin, Samantha DeBianchi, Laurie Weston Davis and Becky Barrick debated the merits of real estate coaches while Brad Inman moderated...

Smart home features that families want in their next home

In the same way today’s standard smart phones use GPS navigation and take videos, so too will our homes be commonly outfitted with smart features that simplify and optimize our lives. ...

Miami luxury real estate’s most expensive listings

Miami holds some of the most exclusive and elaborate homes in the world. And, despite recent reports of foreign interest waning in South Florida, sellers of magnificent homes and condos in South Florida continue to enter the market for...Show More Summary

MyTheo 2.0 coming to NorCal Realtors with new features

Software innovation plateaus at end users and their feedback, which, oddly enough, are also catalysts needed to raise the bar. Theo Inc. is part of the software wave sweeping up firms, pushing new features across mobile platforms into the hands of real estate agents. So where does this ascending mountain of innovation find its apex...

What will happen to real estate when boomers retire?

Retirement at around the age or 65 is a relatively new invention. It was invented in Germany in 1883. People received a pension or were paid to retire at 65 -- but the program did not cost the government much because most people did not live long enough to retire for very long, or at all...

10 tips before entering the drone zone

A new real estate marketing era takes off on August 29, 2016, when the Federal Aviation Administration officially implements new, more relaxed regulations for how Realtors and other marketers use drones, or remote-controlled unmanned aircraft systems. Show More Summary

Sunny cottage in the Echo Park hills asks $549,000

The century-old cabin is one of the neighborhood’s earliest homes For most people in our fair metropolis, finding a place to live requires some compromises. For instance, if you work Downtown but wish you lived in the country, you might find this rustic residence in Elysian Heights pretty tempting. Show More Summary

South Beach Boutique-Style Building with Bay Bridge Views

1,219 sq. ft, 2BR/ 2BA (master suite w/ ensuite bath), 1 dedicated parking space Gourmet kitchen with peninsula and stainless steel appliances Spacious great room adjacent to the private balcony Unit 601: 72 Townsend.com • (415) 957-5972

Daily market update: August 25, 2016

Mortgage rates plus all the latest real estate market news...

Australian agents’ portal boycott attempt thwarted

A group of 170 Australian real estate agents who planned a boycott of major property portals for a dispute over “excessive prices” has been dealt a blow, reports Real Estate Business.

Everything’s bigger in Texas, including home size

Achieving the American dream is no longer about owning a home, it’s about owning the biggest home. Based on findings in Trulia’s recent study, this dream can become a reality for homebuyers in nearly every Texas market...

Activists submit signatures for ballot measure to stop LA development

Coalitions says it gathered 104,000 signatures in support of the measure Outraged by a severe shortage of housing in Los Angeles and "mega developments" that "overwhelm streets" and "destroy neighborhood character," a group of activists...Show More Summary

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