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Pantone picks spring shade as color of 2017

Will it be the next Cerulean blue, the breakout star of 2000? Pantone, who bill themselves as “the global color authority,” revealed what the color of 2017 will be today. Bringing to mind a walk through Wine Country in May or Estee Lauder’s...Show More Summary

Ex-Padre Matt Kemp is swinging big for his loaded Poway estate: $11.5 million

Having been traded by the Padres to the Braves last season, Matt Kemp is ready to play ball for his home in San Diego County. The professional ballplayer has listed his mansion estate in Poway’s Heritage community for sale at $11.5 million. Kemp bought the property three years ago for $9.075 million...

Show creator Jeff Franklin to preserve San Francisco's 'Full House'

Talk about coming full circle. The row house used to portray the front of the Tanner family residence in “Full House” sold to the creator of that series, Jeff Franklin, for about $4 million. His plans for the San Francisco home include using it for filming, according to an interview with the Hollywood...

Ask Denise: New Year’s Resolutions

Q: “Denise, I’m already thinking ahead to the new year and resolutions. I don’t know if I’ll be able to keep all of them, BUT what can a busy agent like me do to stay on track?” A: It sounds like you’re planning on adding more to your routine with your New Year resolutions, but […]

Water conservation at home: 6 easy steps to help you save

Even renters can make simple adjustments to reduce their water usage There are many low hassle water conservation strategies you can employ to reduce your home’s water consumption. Just ask Shahzeen Attari, an assistant professor atShow More Summary

A bed that makes itself? There’s an app for that

Because this was clearly a problem that needed solving From crisp sheets to fluffed pillows and hospital corners, there’s just something satisfying about a well-made bed. But not everyone has the mental and physical energy to take thirty seconds to pull up a blanket. Show More Summary

China’s wild ‘straddling bus’ is literally abandoned in a rusty shed

It seems the ingenious, two-story Transit Elevated Bus was indeed all a scam Back in May, the internet went wild over a strange futuristic bus designed to drive above traffic-trapped cars. Unveiled at the China Beijing InternationalShow More Summary

3D printing: East Tennessee’s next manufacturing boon

How Knoxville and its environs became a hotspot for the future of manufacturing One of the more fantastical aspects of 3D printing, besides the ability to see your a digital sketch become a physical object in front of your eyes, is that it can be done almost anywhere. Show More Summary

Protect yourself: Learn how to thwart online criminals

Peter Bloom is a bit like a modern-day vigilante -- but instead of swooping in to fight bad guys on the street, his war is waged online against hackers who want to disrupt your personal and business livelihood...

Podcast: LinkedIn secrets to generate more business in 2017

This week, we are pleased to welcome Sherry McCormack of Re/Max Fine Homes in the Philadelphia area. McCormack’s website is TheLinkedInTrainer.com, and she specializes in training real estate professionals to optimize their profiles on social media, especially on LinkedIn...

Comic Chris D'Elia sells Beachwood Canyon home once owned by Craig Ferguson

Stand-up comic and actor Chris D’Elia has sold his home in the lower Beachwood Canyon area for $1.9 million. The 1930 Spanish-style house has tradition when it comes to the Hollywood comedy scene. Comedian and television host Craig Ferguson previously owned the property for more than decade before...

Affordable development NIMBYs hate upzoned with law NIMBYs also hate

A double dose of disgruntlement for opponents of Shotwell senior housing Even by San Francisco standards, the fight over the development of 1296 Shotwell is a bit strange. This one gained instant infamy this year, as neighbors came out...Show More Summary

Hillside house in El Sereno remains rooted in the 1950s

This Midcentury post-and-beam single-story in El Sereno retains many details in keeping with its 1951 vintage. Beamed ceilings, built-ins and original hardwood floors blend with such updates as the open-plan main living spaces. Perched on a hill, the house reveals canyon and valley floor views. ...

What $1 million buys in Beverly Crest, Hollywood Hills and Sherman Oaks

A million dollars, once a line for defining personal wealth and real estate, doesn’t buy what it once did in Los Angeles County’s housing market, but it’s still enough to get into some trendy neighborhoods. Here’s a look at what $1 million buys in Beverly Crest, Hollywood Hills and Sherman Oaks...

'Celebrity' real estate ties can be shaky - or even unreal

What’s in a name? In Los Angeles real estate, a lot. A property’s connection to an A-list celebrity or renowned architect can add glamour, intrigue — and a price premium. Name-dropping such ties is a common practice, but estates can be mistakenly attributed to notables, and the “Marilyn Monroe...

Does a brokerage really need a brick-and-mortar location?

The storefront office with the flyers in the window has been the cornerstone of brokerage operations, from small towns to downtown locations. Is it still a relevant way to do business? Do brokerages really need a brick-and-mortar location? Yes. And no. Let me explain...

Podcast: 12 killer qualities of a true entrepreneur (part 4)

We conclude our series today with the final two traits of a true entrepreneur. How many of our points have resonated with you? Are you on the right track or still exhibiting qualities of a employee rather than a business owner...

How a luxury brand was born: The W Collection

Brian Boero of 1000watt and Leigh Canlis with Windermere's luxury division, The W Collection, discussed the brand identity and development on stage at Luxury Connect...

CNBC to launch new reality real estate TV show, ‘The Deed’

CNBC announced the network is expanding its primetime lineup with the new original series “The Deed,” debuting Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. OK fellow agents, let me know your thoughts, have show producers lost their creative juices and keep reprocessing show concepts, or is this new show the next ratings buster...

3 tips for working with millennial first-time homebuyers

Millennials are entering their prime homebuying years. This, coupled with job gains and rising household formations overall, is leading many millennials to enter the housing market for the first time -- albeit with trepidation...

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