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My brother promised to sell me his home. I rented it and spent $20,000 on drywalling. Then he sold it to someone else. Do I have any recourse?
"I texted him, ‘Congratulations on selling your home. Now is your chance to do the right thing. Deposit $20,000 in my bank account.’"
Kirk and Anne Douglas' former Beverly Hills home has four bedrooms, six bathrooms and a gorgeous garden featuring stepping stones with the signatures of some of the biggest names in Hollywood
- VC Star | Ventura County Star
Never mind what some may say about taxes or liberal politicians, Thomas Elias writes, these moves are mostly about the money.
- Motley Fool
Property values sat at inflated levels throughout the year, making it difficult for buyers on a budget to enter the market. In the absence of a crystal ball, we can't definitively predict whether home prices will come down this year. While that bodes well for buyers in one regard, it can also be problematic from a home price perspective.
- Miami Herald
Homebuilders are an optimistic bunch. They normally purchase land or finished lots, spend thousands on lumber and myriad other materials, and start putting up houses — often before the first customer walks in the door.
- Yahoo Finance Canada
Canadian home prices broke a 21-year record in 2021 as the supply of homes for sale hit an all-time low.
- The St. Augustine Record
Rayshawn Jenkins, 27, purchased a four-bedroom, 3.5-bath home on South Roscoe Boulevard in Ponte Vedra Beach for $2.65 million on Dec. 30
- USA TODAY
Health insurance plans will cover at-home COVID-19 tests starting Jan. 15 but with most policies, you'll need to save receipts to submit reimbursement.
- Motley Fool
Crypto can make you rich. That is if it doesn't make you worse off than before. There are safer ways to make money. Hello real estate investing.
A dog's descent can spike your home insurance premiums in most of the country.
- The Ledger
While a condition requires 5% of the 300 units be reserved for "affordable housing," the developer has no plans to adjust rental rates.
- Courier News
How much are homes in Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties selling for? Check our list.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Find Out, Fort Worth: Star-Telegram reporters answer readers’ questions on any topics they’re wondering about. Here’s how to submit your own question.
- South Bend Tribune
While the downtown is seeing large construction projects, buildings outside the inner city are going up in Mishawaka
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
Developers face high costs, which lead to many homes unaffordable to many people. There are ways, however, to create more affordable housing.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyBy Damon Darlin | KHNAmericans keep hearing that it is important to test frequently for COVID-19 at home. But just try to find an “at-home” rapid COVID test in a store and at a price that makes frequent tests affordable.Testing, as well as mask-wearing, is an important measure if the country ever hopes to beat COVID, restore normal routines and get the economy running efficiently. To get Americans cheaper tests, the federal government now plans to have
- Tri-City Herald
When can you check out Ice Harbor’s new space?
- The Independent
Don’t Look Up director Adam McKay says his California home insurance cancelled over climate-linked disasters
Director’s Netflix movie, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence, is a climate crisis allegory
- Daytona Beach News-Journal
The longtime CEO of Adams, Cameron & Co. Realty mentored thousands of Realtors over the years including several who started their own realty firms.
- The Commercial Appeal
“We wanted a low crime rate, safe neighborhood, and to be around people who cut their grass.” The couple also had a non-negotiable: no pool.