It’s official: Amazon HQ2 coming to NYC, Northern VA

Amazon is bringing more than 25,000 jobs and investments of $2.5 billion each to Northern Virginia and the New York City borough of Queens.

In his life, Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee had superhero homes

In life, the creator of the legendary Marvel comic universe Stan Lee also loved real estate — his Los Angeles homes were regularly featured in magazines.

Smart home tech is not just for luxury renters

Renters in 30,000 existing apartments are about to get an array of new smart-home features, including Amazon Echo Dots, installed for free thanks to a new partnership between a major landlord and a tech startup.

Latest fad? Tossing out the furniture

Forget feng shui — increasingly, homeowners are choosing to toss out their furniture altogether.

Latest fad? Tossing out the furniture

Forget feng shui — increasingly, homeowners are choosing to toss out their furniture altogether.

1 Realtor lost 2 homes in California as deadly wildfires continue

A Beverly Hills-born Realtor with a portfolio of multimillion dollar luxury listings is struggling after not one, but two of his homes were destroyed.

California attorney general warns of price-gouging amid fires

State law specifically prohibits charging a price that exceeds, by more than 10 percent, the price of an item prior to the declaration of a state emergency.

Realogy executive asks for help finding missing 15-year-old son

Thomas Kolding, 15, of Mountain Lakes, New Jersey, has been missing since Oct. 30, according to the New Jersey State Police Department.

60-year-old Realtor arrested after stealing money from open house

Connecticut Realtor Darcy Allison Sledge turned herself in to police last week on an active arrest warrant after a surveillance camera captured her swiping cash from an open house.

As California fires rage, Realtors fear the worst

A fast-moving wildfire is raging through Butte County, California, in the Sierra Nevada foothills, north of Sacremento and just east of Chico. One Realtor on the ground told Inman the blaze is “worse than you can imagine.”