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Forbes - Real Estate

As the third quarter unfolds, New York City’s real estate experts should get a better sense of where our market is headed.
“The next time you are switching out blinds, look at smart options. Many of them can be set to close at certain times of day when direct sun is hitting those windows; that can sure make a difference in keeping your home cool,” suggests Eric Goranson, host of the syndicated...
The Fed's historic mortgage rate hike put a damper on home buyer activity.
The luxurious estate's prime location amazes and delights at every turn.
The Who: With a nearly 80 years of combined experience in marketing and selling luxury properties, the director team at Private Property Global of Michael Gibson, Ken Jacobs, Tracey Atkins and Robert Fletcher has amassed a long list of satisfied clients that include some of Australia’s most elite...
As of July 1, 2022, residential tenant safety in Florida will be bolstered by a new law requiring background checks for prospective employees. Here's what you need to know.
Find out what's going on in the Texas housing market in 2022, including where home prices have soared and where inventory is dwindling.
Garza Blanca is the newest in a chain of Mexican hotels owned and operated by Fernando González and his family. The design was driven by the site.
Find out which cities are seeing homes fly off the market the fastest in the U.S.
Should prospective sellers list this summer? If you are prepared to list at or near the market price, and are ready to handle staging, open houses, and negotiations, then yes, you should list.
Find out which housing markets have witnessed the biggest rise in home prices from 2021 to 2022.
Whether you watched Shay Holland show off her design chops on HGTV’s 'Unfinished Business' or you’ve never heard of her— she is a force to be reckoned with.
Find out which housing markets have seen their available inventory build up the most from 2021 to 2022.
Hidden behind a privacy wall, this unassuming gem in California boasts much more than initially meets the eye.
Corporate investors have purchased hundreds of thousands of single-family homes. Experts say that’s a symptom–not a cause–of a housing shortage that’s been more than a decade in the making.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently released his affordable housing plan, Housing Our Neighbors: A Blueprint for Housing and Homelessness, and announced $5 billion in capital funds, bringing the city’s investment to $22 billion to build and maintain affordable housing over the next ten years.
With coming climate change certain to threaten the built environment, proactive architects are designing in features to help future proof their structural creations.
The second factor, as highlighted in a study published today by Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health in ACS’ Environmental Science & Technology journal, is the health hazard associated with gas cooking.
The extravagant property has picture-worthy views of the waterfront.
The property comes with loads of amenities, including a Millennium Falcon-themed home movie theater.
Is there a sector of the economy that is more sensitive to changes in interest rates than buying houses?
Bordered by the Pacific on one side and forested mountains on the other is Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit.
In 1961, the country music singer-songwriter built a home in rural Casitas Springs, California.
With proximity to Lake Tahoe, world-class ski resorts and scenic parks, Truckee residents have long predicted that their sleepy, little town would continue to grow—what they didn't foresee was just how fast that change would come about.
President Food was a lifelong athlete who loved to ski, so a vacation home in Vail, Colorado made sense. Now it is for sale.