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CNNMoney.com
Over $50,000 has been raised to turn the former home of legendary poet Langston Hughes into an arts collective. The home is currently unused and was in danger of being put up for sale.
Langston Hughes' Harlem home has shot up in value in recent years. A group of writers is raising money to save it from being turned into condos or coffee shops.
In the market for a new home? Or planning to refinance? Find out what your monthly payment will be.
Playboy Mansion sold for $100 million, about half the asking price but more than any other L.A. home in history.
Read full story for latest details.
      
CNBC
It's not easy to get a mortgage, but a lot depends on where you live, according to the Urban Institute.
A drop last week in mortgage applications is a testament to just how sensitive borrowers are to tiny rate moves.
Toll Brothers reported a rise in revenue for the fourth straight quarter, beating analysts' estimates.
For the first time since the recession, home size is shrinking. Median single-family square floor area has fallen by 73 feet.
New U.S. single-family home sales unexpectedly rose in July, brightening the housing market outlook.
      
Wall Street Journal
This luxury period-style home on more than 50,000 square feet of land has a national park out the back door and is just a 90-minute drive from Sydney.
In Los Angeles, an abode that has housed generations of Hollywood legends can be the ultimate status symbol, but there are complications when it is time to sell.
Known as “Gemini,” the nearly 16-acre estate south of Palm Beach is one of the highest priced listings in the country
A creative director crafts a San Francisco home dedicated to daring, whimsy and fun.
Buyers value new, highly personalized houses—forget resales. This model has one happy side-effect: a flourishing of some of the world’s most wonderfully bizarre architecture.
      
Inman News
Credit markets sat immobilized in August, waiting for Janet Yellen’s speech this morning at the annual Economic Policy Symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This conference of central bankers has been sponsored by the Kansas City Fed since 1978 -- so very appropriate this morning because the K.C. Fed never does anything useful (for the last 25 years demanding large rate increases to fight imaginary inflation) ...
Limestone is what we are made of here in Austin. It is indigenous to our area and plentiful. Limestone has been used for decades on all types of houses. Today, we see traditional limestone updated to compliment the simple lines of contemporary homes ...
Located at 601 N. Fairfax St., Alexandria, the Oronoco (pronounced "or-oh-no-co") was once touted as one of the ugliest buildings in the city. However, it got an extreme makeover by EYA builders from 2012 to ...
In this week's video, Peter Lorimer of PLG Estates breaks down a home warranty and what exactly one entails ...
One of the biggest benefits to living in a big city is the transportation. In fact, a Harris Poll survey revealed easy commutes rank second only to safety in terms of neighborhood choice. For Windy City residents, the hunt for faster travel might be significantly easier, given Chicago ranked third in the nation for public transit in a Trulia study ...
      
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