The current housing boom will flatten in 2022—or possibly early 2023—when mortgage interest rates rise. There is no bubble to burst, though prices may retreat from panic-buying highs.
One of those strong preferences, according to most surveys, is a home that supports or promotes wellness.
Even before the CDC issued updated guidance for indoor air in multifamily buildings, a number of New York City developers were busy giving their new buildings some of the finest air around.
Go ahead and judge these books by their covers!
People today want more outdoor space. A beautiful garden is the new status symbol.
Many are waiting to see whether buyers will show preference for city or suburbs now that a more normal life has returned to major U.S. metros. The early answer: buyers are favoring both.
Millions of parents across the country look forward enthusiastically to their kids being in the classroom after the strangest year in most of their lifetimes. If you’re one of them, there are adjustments you can make to your home that can help support this overdue transition to normalcy.
Higher scores can make creditors more confident that you will repay your future debts as agreed.
One of Miami’s most prolific condo developers, Jorge Perez, has listed his private home in Florida’s Coconut Grove for $33 million.
There’s nothing like significant history to elevate the standing of a multimillion-dollar home; these six have history on their side.