Oh, real estate, you so crazy.
Oh, real estate, you so crazy.
The classifieds section of the Bloomberg terminal, which costs more than $20,000 a year, is called POSH. Aptly named.
…and one that costs less than your textbooks.
Pack your bags…
These, via Terrible Real Estate Agent Photos, will make you think where you live right now isn’t that bad after all.
And you think your high school yearbook photo was bad.
How America became a nation of cash-strapped renters.
$29,900,000, to be exact.
Definitely sold on all of these houses.
These are the prices of a four-bedroom, two-bath house. All data from the annual Coldwell Banker real estate home listing report.
These “charming,” “starter homes” on “tree-lined” blocks are “not to be missed.”
“I hate the color of these granite countertops in the walk-in man cave.”
If you’re trapped inside on a beautiful day, this is the next best thing to being in the great outdoors.
No, Barack and Michelle aren’t thinking of selling. But if they were…
Fifteen nights in a palatial suite or 70 years in a run-down motel? A few bottles of bubbly or André for life? Would you splurge for a few of the best or settle for a lot of the bargain?
This list is guaranteed to make New Yorkers weep. From cheapest to still cheap…
Ken Hartog moved to Brooklyn just as the real estate market was crashing. But he’s killing it in Western North Dakota.
Ever notice how every episode of House Hunters is kiiinda the same? So did comedians Mark Sarian (Children’s Hospital) and Ari Voukydis (Best Week Ever).
Sports, construction, and other male-dominated fields remain very unfriendly to gay employees. But a few are working to make things better for everyone.
Tim Tebow is coming to New York. But where should he live?
All that’s missing inside is Fred, Wilma, a woolly mammoth using its trunk as a shower, and a bunch of dinosaurs doing the dishes, mowing the lawn, acting as a garbage disposal. I would live here in a heartbeat. (via laughingsquid.com)
Due to a little known law, Kenneth Robinson of Flower Mound, Texas has taken adverse possession of a $300K McMansion for a $16 filing fee. There’s no power or water, but if he stays for three years, the house is his. As you might guess, the neighbors are just a wee bit upset that he figured out how to legally acquire a house without going into debt up to his eyeballs. (Via) View Media ›
These names are beyond unfortunate. View Image ›
You know you always wanted a crack den for Christmas.
“…advertise to local hipster community, check.” View Image ›
The real estate market is so bad that brokers are getting their clients drunk in hope of a BUI (Buy Under the Influence). This has been QVC’s business model for years, but I think people are more impressed with an omelette pan than a duplex Co-op when drunk. Read More ›
According to an index measured by “great unhappiness and emotional distress,” Forbes has compiled a Top Ten list of where America hurts the most. Between rampant poverty, toxic waste, and unemployment rates, Detroit is officially the best place to go if you want to justify why you spend so much on your studio apartment anywhere else. Read More ›