Uncle-nephew team on what luxury buyers want amid pandemic in New York

We’ve talked to uncle-nephew team Darren Sukenik and Benjamin Glazer about the biggest summer trends in the New York luxury market.

A room with a view: Mansion overlooking Aspen’s natural beauty hits the market for $49M

The home, which was designed to incorporate elements of Colorado’s natural surroundings, is one of the most expensive listings to grace the ski town.

Back to the future: Check out this totally tubular 1980s mansion

With pink walls, neon ceiling lights and a wet bar with a waterfall, the Indian Wells, California, home appears frozen in time.

Neil Armstrong’s one-time home lists for only $375,000

A Houston-area house that astronaut Neil Armstrong called home when he landed on the moon in 1969 is on the market for $375,000.

Airbnb puts restrictions on renters under 25 to curb house parties

Amide the coronavirus pandemic, bookers under 25 who have fewer than three positive reviews will be barred from renting homes close to where they live.

Home price growth stays strong amid high demand: CoreLogic

Amid low inventory and sky-high demand, home prices rose at a steady rate this spring — even as fears of a pandemic-induced downturn remain.

As eviction bans expire, experts predict a nationwide housing ‘nightmare’

Even as the economy plunges and states struggle to get the coronavirus outbreak under control, experts warn of another crisis on the horizon: mass, nationwide evictions.

A Florida man is accused of defrauding Lowe’s to build a home from prison

A Florida man has been fraudulently charging supplies to Lowe’s and using them to build a home all while in prison, an investigation by the FBI alleges.

David Terbeek knows when to tell a client it’s not the right time to buy

“The relationship and long-term benefit of working with the client is much more important than that one single sale,” the RE/MAX Haven Realty founder said.

Aspen in July? Pandemic pushes summer crowds to ski towns

“There is a frenzy of people who want to be here and who will pay anything to be here,” broker Carrie Wells told Inman earlier this week.