Vacation rentals and the destination real estate market are hot right now. Especially popular are road trip-accessible destinations from large urban centers and tropical or isolated homes within nature. In a volatile economy, real estate investment can prove a solid strategy.
Rosewood Washington, DC recently announced new townhouse accommodations, located in a prime location in the heart of Georgetown directly adjacent to the luxury hotel.
The sprawling 10-bedroom home, designed by Michelangelo for the Machiavelli family, is a relic of Florence’s Golden Age.
From a mountain lodge overlooking a tranquil lake to a contemporary treehouse nestled in a Nordic forest, ‘Escapology’ celebrates the solitude of cabin life.
The Italian region of Emilia Romagna is paying people under 40 up to €30,000 to move to its mountain towns and buy or restore a house, in a bid to revamp depopulated areas.
The property is creating a new home community for spa enthusiasts to live in on site.
After the successful first €1 auction, Italian town of Sambuca prepares to sell more beautiful old houses starting at €2 when second COVID wave abates
Growing in popularity, hotel-branded residences can offer investment potential for buyers and added value to the surrounding community.
The COVID-19 pandemic is propelling many remote workers to flee crowded cities in search of more bucolic settings, which are now being called zoom towns.
The sole private passenger rail service in the U. S. got a green light from transit agencies to begin planning two extensions for its $5 billion high-speed train to Las Vegas.