DJ Khaled’s Miami pad hits market for $7.99M after major renovation

Not long after dropping $25.9 on a Miami house, record producer and famous media personality DJ Khaled is looking to sell his old pad for $7.99 million.

Frank Sinatra’s beloved Malibu hangout hits market at $12.9M

A Malibu home that the late Frank Sinatra built himself will soon be up for grabs — as long as you have a spare $12.9 million.

Amazon HQ2 talks reportedly narrow to Crystal City, Dallas and NYC

Amazon’s impact on home affordability has been a major consideration, as the tech giant’s presence in Seattle has both created numerous jobs and driven up home values in the surrounding areas to astronomical levels.

Fair lending policy director to be investigated for racial blog posts

Now that Eric Blankenstein’s old blog post has come to light, the CFPB has asked an independent group to investigate its top enforcement director.

Buy Warren Buffett’s beach house at slashed price of $7.9 million

Buffett, ranked third among the wealthiest people in the world, reduced the price of the Laguna Beach property from $11 million to $7.9 million.

Are Buyers Stretched Too Thin?

With a nationwide inventory shortage, home prices are spiking, spurring bidding wars in tough-to-negotiate sellers’ markets—and yet, these conditions are not dissuading buyers from throwing their hat in the ring, even if that means stretching themselves thin to reach that homeownership goal. According to a CoreLogic study completed for The Wall Street Journal, around one […]

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Prepaid Property Tax Debate Undecided

Just a few days shy from the 2018 tax deadline on April 17, and controversy surrounding the new tax law—the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—is leaving multitudes of homeowners uncertain about whether they should claim their prepaid property tax deductions. The new law imposes a $10,000 cap on state and local tax write-offs (previously unlimited) […]

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Nostalgia, school pride and game day bringing homebuyers back to their college towns

Nothing brings back the nostalgic rush of the good old days like a trip to your college town years after graduation. That desire to relive special memories and unleash school pride is pulling a wave of homebuyers back to their college stomping grounds.

Volatile Market Threatens Retirement Real Estate

The stock market has been on a volatile patch after plunging nearly 1,600 points at the beginning of February—and, while stable now, consumers and investors are watching closely. With many public pension plans tied to stocks, the incoming retirement community is hoping for a full recovery to recoup losses. Many public pensions have already reported […]

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Rebecca Riskin, Montecito’s ‘first lady of luxury real estate,’ dies in mudslides

“She was like the iconic standard of a luxury real estate agent, she was it. She was also a beautiful, caring, sensitive, genuine person…” …