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Dalian Wanda To Seek HK Approval For Up To $6 Billion IPO On Monday: IFR

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese real estate developer Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties, a unit of billionaire Wang Jianlin's Dalian Wanda Group, will seek approval from Hong Kong's bourse for an up to $6 billion initial public offering on Monday, IFR reported late on Wednesday citing sources familiar with the plans. Show More Summary

What It Sold For: Rickety, Burned Silver Lake Shack Sells for $176k Above Asking

Usually fire sales mean big discounts, but not when it comes to real estate in Silver Lake. We first saw this charred pile back in September, when it was asking $399,000, and...

This auction could triple U.S. offshore wind energy real estate

Offshore wind energy generation always seems to be a distant reality, for the United States at least. But the development pace could pick up with the planned auction of over 742,000…

Will Cyber Monday expand to include home sales?

Last year's Cyber Monday sales numbered $2.29 billion, and this year, they could include real estate, too...

Portal that has its sights set on Zillow acquires Title365 for $36 million

In another step in its quest  to build an end-to-end real estate marketplace that will outdo top real estate portals Zillow, Trulia and realtor.com, HomeSearch.com operator Solutionstar is set to acquire title insurance and settlement services provider Title365 – The...

Lifestyles of the Rich and Richer: Los Angeles is No Longer the Filthy Rich Capital of California

Time was San Francisco was a city full of poor hippies and the occasional super-successful romance novelist, while Los Angeles was choked with rich entertainment moguls and real estate speculators. Then Silicon Valley happened and this year it officially...

Final Real Estate: Fancy, Absurd-Sounding Cemetery Planned For PCH in Malibu

Developer and over-the-top-home-owner Richard Weintraub once had great dreams of building a 146-room hotel on a prime, 28-acre chunk of land along Pacific Coast Highway near Pepperdine University. Locals objected, as they often do in slow-growth Malibu, so now,...

Remember, you are ‘The One’ to your buyers and sellers

As a real estate broker or agent, it’s your job to understand what your clients needs are, whether they are buying or selling a home. Leigh Brown, broker-owner of Leigh Brown and Associates with Re/Max Executive Realty, says to remember that...

The Power of Gratitude: How to Boost Profits & Spread Joy With Thank You Notes

I am writing this right before Thanksgiving, so gratitude is on my mind. But this topic of gratitude and more specifically of thank you notes is appropriate all year long in our lives and in our real estate businesses. If you apply the use of thank you notes consistently, it can not only boost your [...]Show More Summary

Warren Hitesh Myer, online mortgage pioneer, dies at 53

I was saddened to learn of the recent passing of Warren Hitesh Myer. For those who never met him, Warren was one of the true pioneers of the online world of real estate...

The Sky Is Not The Only Thing That Changes Rapidly

16 hours agoMusic / Rock & Pop : Fluxblog

Real Estate “Past Lives” Over the course of this year, Real Estate is the band I listen to most often without necessarily identifying as a fan. The music is extremely listenable – the melodies and harmonies are always lovely, it stirs up a lot of bittersweet melancholy feelings, and works well as a nice, unobtrusive […]

Should You Solely Rely on Rental Properties for Retirement Income?

Even though I’m contributing money to an IRA on a monthly basis, and even investing in some dividend stocks in my individual investing account, I’ve always felt like real estate could be a better investment option for retirement income. Show More Summary

Real Estate Negotiating 101: How to Talk Your Way to a Deal Fearlessly

Back when I was in college, I had a class on negotiations, and one of the main projects was called “collecting no’s.” Basically, we had to get rejected 10 times. Each request had to be realistic, legal and to someone who didn’t know you were asking it as part of an assignment. The goal was to collect [...]Show More Summary

Counterpoint: commoditization of IDX will spark a revolution

I recently read a post by Joel Burslem at 1000watt titled Putting IDX out to pasture. Joel suggests that the commoditization of IDX, along with real estate consumers' shift to mobile, has made property search websites obsolete for agents and brokers...

Welcome Our Latest Contributor, Caroline Pinal of GiveBackHomes

Back in July Drew had the chance to meet with the folks behind a cause marketing concept in real estate called GiveBackHomes. I had the opportunity to speak with one their team members today, Caroline Pinal. She joins GEB as our newest contributor. Show More Summary

CoreLogic buys the technology that powers its MLS mobile app from DoApp

Real estate tech and data firm CoreLogic has acquired the technology behind its mobile multiple listing service app, GoMLS, from mobile tech company DoApp Inc. Terms of the deal, which closed on Oct. 31, were not disclosed. Seven of DoApp’s...

Chicago Church Gives $500 to Each Member to In Turn Bless Others; Pastor Discusses What They Did With the Money

Members of a Chicago church who were given $500 each made possible from a real estate deal the church received are using their share to help various programs and initiatives around the city.

On the Market: Untouched Diamond Heights Home Is a Portal to the 1960s

UPDATE (11/25/14): The real estate company tasked with providing the listing information incorrectly called this home an Eichler. After the below post went live, the listing was updated to remove the error. The home is not an Eichler, but it...

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