With a thoughtful strategy and solid plan you’ll find the right buyer who will appreciate the potential in a fixer-upper — and with these tips, your clients' home might sell faster than you think
by Ben Mizes May 10
While a treehouse is still most commonly associated with kids' games in the summer, it can make a home seem much more luxurious — and bump its sales price up by 2.2%
This unusual staircase-shaped home in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho — recently named one of the country's hottest housing markets — has a coveted location, but it's missing a few key comforts
Weeks after demolishing Jeffrey Epstein's former mansion, developer Todd Michael Glaser is now buying the nearby Tarpon Island
Have you heard the latest boots-on-the-ground, can-you-believe-it story? Here are some of the most unusual and bizarre tales from this highly active spring market
A Long Island home housing a local McDonald's restaurant was so beautiful that authorities declared it a historic landmark
While second home purchases rose 46% and comprised 6% of all mortgages from January to March, these 10 overlooked towns have experienced major upticks in vacation-home sales
In his new book 'Global Luxury Real Estate: The Secrets To Selling Properties to the Ultra Rich,' Coldwell Banker France & Monaco CEO Laurent Demeure discusses going global
The iconic children's TV host and his wife Joanne lived in the home in the 1950s and 1960s
Madoff stole billions from investors and used some of the money to buy penthouses and mansions on multiple continents. Here's a look at his one-time real estate portfolio
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 14
Opinion
If you’re not out there interacting with the public on a face-to-face basis, chances are you’ve become a secret agent — and that has to change. Here is a variety of fun and engaging ways to get strangers to ask you about your job and real estate
by Bernice Ross Apr 14
Abel Tesfaye, the Toronto-born musician known as The Weeknd, first put his 12,500-square-foot Hidden Hills home on the market last summer
The property functioned as an active jail for 40 years before shuttering in 1968, when it became a tourist destination due to claims of paranormal activity at the site