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MLS that withheld listings makes peace with realtor.com

Realtor.com now identifies the listing agent on all for-sale listings, and will soon give them the opportunity to provide linkbacks to their own websites from their profile pages on the site, prompting North Alabama Multiple Listing Service to turn its...

6 ways to destress your real estate transaction

With rising sales prices and very low inventory here in Portland, Oregon, I have been noticing a trend over the past several months of buyers and sellers who are carrying a lot of stress about the sale or purchase of their home. More...Show More Summary

Redfin’s first acquisition: Walk Score

In its first acquisition, Seattle-based tech brokerage Redfin has scooped up the neighborhood-information site Walk Score, with plans to import the startup’s rental listings and neighborhood data into its website and mobile tools. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Walk...

Northern Nevada Regional MLS feeding listings directly to Zillow

A Nevada multiple listing service has agreed to send its listing data directly to top real estate portal Zillow on behalf of participating brokerages. Reno-based Northern Nevada Regional MLS is the latest MLS to join the Zillow Partnership Platform, a...

Linkage: San Francisco's Long-lost Saloons; Jason Kidd Lists; More!

Photo by Foto & mohito via Design Milk · Chatting with a daring NYC street photographer. · The proposal to make all housing pet-friendly. · 16 really ancient photos of Pike Place Market. · This Palo Alto house has a...

Rendering Reveals: Jeanne Gang's Plan for Miami is a Choppy, Prismatic Tower

Rendering via ArchDaily Starchitect Jeanne Gang has just released fresh renderings of the residential tower she's planning for Miami's Design District. Gang, whose Aqua tower in Chicago (the country's tallest building designed by a woman) has given the Windy City...

That's Rather Hideous: For $16M, Smoke a Cigar and Ponder Atlanta's Worst Ceilings

Some houses look better?lovelier or more comfortable?the longer one looks at them. Others spark the opposite reaction: curiosity, confusion, then a double-take at the location and/or price tag, and then horror at...

Rendering Reveals: Zaha Hadid, Norman Foster Have Wacky New Plans for China

Rendering of Zaha Hadid's design via Dezeen British architects Zaha Hadid and Norman Foster will soon be offering more starchitect-designed hotels to the world's ever-growing index, having been chosen to design two of three new luxury resorts in China. Hadid's...

House of the Day: Be the First to Renovate This Awesome Late-'70s Compound

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. Click here to view the full...

Celebrity Real Estate: Tiger Wood's Ex Used Settlement to Build a Golf Course House

Photo via TMZ For regular people, break-ups mean doing things like calling up your ex's mom crying, stealing lawn ornaments, sitting in a car outside of their house, poking voodoo dolls, and keeping records of conversations for future court cases....

Renovations: Ancient Meets Modern Inside This Glorious Stone Lakehouse

All photos by Hannes Henz via Wespi de Meuron Romeo Architects This stone building by Lake Maggiore on the Swiss and Italian border sat uninhabited for two decades before the folks at Swiss...

SPONSORED POST: Taking Space Farther with Micro-Living

Inspired by BP gasoline with Invigorate®, The Next Mile explores the stories of trends, products and people who go a little farther than the norm. The series is a collaboration between BP Fuels and Vox Creative. OO.ready(function() { OO.Player.create('ooyalaplayer2', 'k0a3A4cTqSqhUTyOEoshSrjTr7S_zhQq');...

The Printed Page: Sparkle King Karim Rashid Lives in a Very Pink Future Pod

Photo by Dean Kaufman/New York Design Hunting In the latest issue of New York Design Hunting, New York magazine design editor Wendy Goodman tours the Hell's Kitchen dwelling of Karim Rashid, the Cairo-born designer who has made it his life's...

The Quotable Zaha Hadid: Zaha Says She's Making 'Cultural Institutions for the People'

Renderings via ArchDaily In a recent article for the Guardian, starchitect Zaha Hadid has this to say about her plans for a human rights institute in Cambodia: "I think architects can sometimes influence the situation for the better We are...

Time Capsules : WWI Soldier's Bedroom Hasn't Been Touched in a Century

Photo by Matthieu Bock via Europe1 Almost a hundred years ago, a soldier named Hubert Rochereau left home to join the French army during World War I, and though Rochereau never returned (he died after fighting in Belgium), his very....

Adventures in Interior Design: Tour the Most Fabulous Pad in One of NYC's Stuffiest Buildings

Photo via Archinect Archinect recently featured a renovation project that might be the most playfully decorated space in Manhattan's iconic and monied and kinda snooze-worthy Robert A.M. Stern-designed 15 Central Park West. Revamped in 2010 by New York-based design firm...

Abandonment Issues: Now Visitors Can Tour the Abandoned Buildings of Portugal

Photo via PaoloMargari/Flickr Three out-of-work architects from the city of Porto, Portugal have started leading tourists on what they call "The Worst Tours." The (free) excursions take visitors through parts of the city not usually seen by outsiders, introducing them...

Linkage: Funky Victorian Farmhouse; a Prefab With a Sauna; More!

Photo via Design Boom · Lovely prefab modular home has a sauna. · Stately 1850 house wants $1.5M. · Important Detroit buildings left vacant. · Spy museum might go underground. · A house with gorgeous views of Rhine Valley. ·...

Artistry: In Paris, an Orange Comic-Book Starburst Meets a 1950s Villa

All photos by Felipe Ribon via Design Boom French-Portuguese artist and architect Didier Faustino, best known for his experimental built works, has installed an exploding "Kablam!"-style starburst at the entrance of the 1950s abode of French sculptor and architecture persona...

Restorations: Ben Bradlee, the former executive editor...

Ben Bradlee, the former executive editor of the Washington Post who died on Tuesday at age 93, has a long list of accomplishments to his name. He helped publish the Pentagon Papers and oversaw the Post's exposure of the Watergate...

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