Topics :: real estate

1 thru 10 of 153 Stories Names Top Fifteen LGBT-Friendly Senior Living Communities in America

Dec 7
The lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) senior community is currently a very important part of the American population, and the struggle for resources and housing can sometimes be difficult.

U.S. New Home Sales Soar to Highest Level in A Decade

By Christopher Rugaber | Oct 27
Sales of new U.S. homes jumped last month to the highest level since October 2007, a sign that Americans - unable to find existing homes - are turning to new construction.

U.S. Coastal Growth Continues Despite Lessons of Past Storms

By Jeff Donn | Sep 18
Rising sea levels and fierce storms have failed to stop relentless population growth along U.S. coasts in recent years, a new Associated Press analysis shows.

Slammer Sale: States Find Closed Prisons Can Be A Tough Sell

By Chris Carola | Mar 19
States have found out the hard way that stunning views and good locations are not enough to overcome the baggage that comes with former prison sites.

Why Your Bank May Not Be Giving You the Best Mortgage Rate

By Hal Bundrick | Oct 15
Mortgage rates are near all-time lows, and it might be hard to imagine them going even lower. And yet, some loan experts say, many banks aren't giving borrowers the lowest rates they deserve.

House and Home :: Finding (and Buying) Your Nest

By Joel Martens | Sep 25
The Southern California market is definitely showing signs of continued growth and strength and with the continued low interest rates, it is a great time to take advantage of homeownership.

Decade After Housing Peaked: Owners Richer, Renters Hurting

By Josh Boak | Jun 20
South Carolina (AP) - It's a troublesome story playing out across America in the 10 years since the housing bubble peaked and then burst in a ruinous crash: As real estate has climbed back, homeowners are thriving while renters are struggling.

Sky High: NYC 'Trophy Apartment' Could List for $250 Million

By Verena Dobnik | May 30
Billionaires' Row. That's what New York real estate experts have dubbed a lineup of a half-dozen new superluxury skyscrapers overlooking Central Park that are home to some of the world's most expensive apartments.

Agrihoods Take Root: A Housing Trend Rooted in Agriculture

By Michelle Locke | May 21
Feeding off the continuing interest in eating fresh, local food, developers are ditching golf courses and designing communities around farms, offering residents a taste of the pastoral life - and tasty produce, too.

Freeway Views Are Hot: Homeowners Cozy Up to Urban Eyesores

By Alex Viega | Apr 24
In places like Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York, where available land has long been scarce, developers are finding they can develop almost anywhere close to the city and find buyers.

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