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Living Like Fitzgerald

Looking for a new summer home? Something with an impressive literary pedigree? You’re in luck! Now you can buy the house where F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Great Gastsby for the low, low price of $3.8 million.

Amazon Deal of the Day: 67% Off ViewSonic Pro8200 1080p Home Theater Projector – $499.99 + FREE Shipping

For today’s edition of Deal of the Day and today only, Amazon has the ViewSonic Pro8200 1080p Home Theater Projector for just $499.99 plus free shipping. That’S 67% off on the projector’s regular list price of $1499. The Pro8200 is an...Show More Summary

We need a new standard for calculating home loans — here’s why

Mortgage loans are a good thing. They provide us the opportunity to purchase and occupy a home before we have all the funds to do so. This opportunity does come at a price. The price is the amortized payment schedule, which means each...Show More Summary

Michael Jordan Cuts Price On Chicago Estate

Michael Jordan has been looking to sell his Chicago-area estate for years, but now the NBA legend and owner of the Charlotte Bobcats is getting serious. The former Bulls star has cut the Highland Park home price in half — to $14.88 million. For the master of aerial magic, Jordan first sought $29 [...]

Amazon Echo: Sorry, you're no SONOS

Amazon's entry into the home entertainment market is an interesting first try, but the company needs to bring the price down and expand its content ecosystem for it it be competitive with other cloud connected home devices.

Sales of Previously Owned U.S. Homes Unexpectedly Decline

``The rising prices and a limited supply of properties, combined with too-small growth in pay and lingering concerns about taking on too much debt, are holding the market back.. The median price of an existing home climbed 8.9 percent from a year earlier, the biggest 12-month gain since January 2014, to reach $219,400, the report showed.''

A Few Comments on April Existing Home Sales

Inventory is still very low (and down 0.9% year-over-year in April). More inventory would probably mean smaller price increases and slightly higher sales, and less inventory means lower sales and somewhat larger price increases. This...Show More Summary

Existing-Home Sales In April: 40% Sold At Or Above Asking Price, NAR Says

Sales of previously-owned homes fell by 3.3% in April on short inventory,with the housing market slowing everywhere but the Midwest. Tight supply helped drive prices higher: 40% of previously-owned homes sold in April went at or above the asking price. Show More Summary

40% Of Existing Home Sales At Or Above Asking Price, Highest On NAR Record

Following the blockbuster housing starts and permits earlier this week, there was much hope that finally the NAR would confirm that the housing recovery was more than just another weather fabrication, and once again the dead cat has bounced, overtaking the sales high from last July. Show More Summary

Existing Home Sales Tumble, Tarnishing Housing Recovery

John Locher/AP By Jason Lange U.S. home resales unexpectedly fell in April as tight inventories pushed prices higher, giving a cautious signal on the strength of the housing market. The National Association of Realtors said ThursdayShow More Summary

Lowe’s Earning Preview: Q1 May Not Meet Expectations As U.S. Economy Slackens

Lowe’s, America’s second largest home improvement retailer after Home Depot, is scheduled to announce its fiscal first quarter financial results on May 20. In the past year, the stock price climbed over 60% to register a 52-week high of $75.61 in March. In 2014, net sales grew 5.3% year-on-year to reach $56.2 billion, driven by […]

America's Most Expensive Listings Of 2015 (So Far)

The Ziff family compound in Manalapan, Fla., isn’t listed for sale on any web site. But the 16-acre property, which boasts a 62,200-square-foot main home, is most decidedly on the market, and with a price tag of $195 million—the highest of any home to hit the market in 2015. “Gemini,” as [...]

Guess the price of some of TV's most familiar family homes

3 days agoNews : NY Daily News

These famous TV homes helped make the shows' creators millions, but they're not necessarily worth millions.

Why You May Lose a Bidding War but Still Get the House

According to our friends at Trulia, patience is definitely a virtue when it comes to buying a home. There are more buyers than available homes nowadays, and in many cities, home prices have increased dramatically, making the competition fierce. Show More Summary

David Price returns to Liverpool on June 26 to fight for European Title

3 days agoSports / Boxing : BoxingNews24

By Adam Mccoy: Liverpool is in for a treat on June 26th when David Price will return home for his first bout in the UK for almost two years. Price was considered to be a true heavyweight contender and [...] More boxing news on

Price chops: Jason Biggs sheds some digits in Hollywood Hills

Actor Jason Biggs of “Orange Is the New Black” fame and his wife, author Jennifer Mollen, have recast their home in Hollywood Hills West for $2.595 million, down more than 7% from the previous list price.

Curbed SF: Third-Most Expensive Sale in SF Has Fittingly Regal Interiors

This fairy tale-worthy white mansion in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood has been the most expensive home for sale in San Francisco for the past seven months, with a whopping $39 million listing price. Now, the seven-bedroom, 16,000-square foot...

So Many Cooks: At $7.495M, Cow Hollow Flip Has Twice the Kitchens for Thrice the Price

When 1670-1672 Greenwich Street in Cow Hollow last sold, in 2013, it was a two-unit French Baroque-style home with simple but lovely finishes and a big, grassy backyard. The price was $2.25 million. The home's buyers set about givin...

Where HOA Fees Make Renting Cheaper Than Buying A Home

Homeownership remains cheaper than renting in all 100 largest U.S. metro areas. In fact, buying is 35% cheaper than renting now, compared with 33% cheaper one year ago. Paradoxically, home price growth nationally has outpaced rents over the past year. So what gives? Two things. First, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage [...]

Celebrity Real Estate: Here's Robin Thicke's New Malibu House and Horse Corral

Robin Thicke via Getty Images Singer and sometime Beetlejuice impersonator Robin Thicke recently had the good fortune to unload his blah Bird Streets home for $1.9 million over the asking price; he then turned around and bought this similarly...

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