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Real Estate Markets Cooling Across The Country, And It’s Not Just The Winter Effect – Caroline Feeney

In December 2008, almost a decade ago exactly, Case-Shiller posted a record 18% price drop in home values across the country as the subprime mortgage crisis reached fever pitch. After a slow and painful recession period, economic prosperity pushed the market out of recovery mode and into a full-fledged real estate boom characterized by double-digit price … Continue reading Real Estate Markets Cooling Across The Country, And It’s Not Just The Winter Effect – Caroline Feeney

How Blockchains Will Transform The Real Estate Industry – Max Coursey

If your hearing was sensitive enough and you were listening all over the United States, you would likely hear real estate agents, title companies, lenders and inspectors printing hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of papers. These papers are scanned, faxed, emailed, distributed and shredded in ways that feels somewhat reminiscent of the technologies of … Continue reading How Blockchains Will Transform The Real Estate Industry – Max Coursey

A Fifth of China’s Homes Are Empty That’s 50 Million Apartments – Bloomberg

Chinese President Xi Jinping’s mantra that homes should be for living in is falling on deaf ears, with tens of millions of apartments and houses standing empty across the country. Soon-to-be-published research will show roughly 22 percent of China’s urban housing stock is unoccupied, according to Professor Gan Li, who runs the main nationwide study. … Continue reading A Fifth of China’s Homes Are Empty That’s 50 Million Apartments – Bloomberg

Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early – J.D. Roth

My friend Amy recently wrote with an interesting dilemma. “Should I pay off my mortgage early?” she wonders. Amy has a high-paying job and has managed to save enough that she could be completely debt-free if she wanted to. And she kind of wants to! But is this the best choice? She's aware that this … Continue reading Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early – J.D. Roth

Rock House from Grace Bay Resorts In The Turks & Caicos Launches New Homes – Carrie Coolidge

A new luxury residential resort is being developed on the Turks & Caicos. Rock House, created by Grace Bay Resorts, will be a Caribbean version of a Mediterranean retreat overlooking the ocean. Rock House which will break ground later this year, is now offering a select number of homes for purchase. The resort will officially open … Continue reading Rock House from Grace Bay Resorts In The Turks & Caicos Launches New Homes – Carrie Coolidge

Boise and Reno Capitalize on the California Real Estate Exodus – Prashant Gopal & Noah Buhayar

Julie D’Agostino spent 15 years in the San Francisco Bay Area working in tech and considers herself decidedly liberal. Still, she ended up buying a home in a surprising place: deep-red Idaho. The 51-year-old moved to Boise two years ago, attracted to its walkable downtown, lively arts scene, and, most important, cheaper housing. She’s happy … Continue reading Boise and Reno Capitalize on the California Real Estate Exodus – Prashant Gopal & Noah Buhayar

Why Giving Your Child A Mortgage May Be Better Than Giving Them A House – Timothy K. McCarthy

As housing prices continue to climb across the nation’s hottest real estate markets, many young families struggle to buy their first home, particularly in their parents’ more expensive neighborhoods. Wanting to keep their children close, parents, with the financial resources to help, often consider gifting a home to their children. While this tactic can help … Continue reading Why Giving Your Child A Mortgage May Be Better Than Giving Them A House – Timothy K. McCarthy

Tech Billionaires Benioff, Dorsey Square Off Over How To Deal With Homelessness – Lauren Gensler

Billionaire technology titans Marc Benioff and Jack Dorsey don't exactly see eye to eye on how to fix the homeless problem plaguing San Francisco. The pair took to Twitter on Friday to voice their opposing viewpoints on a ballot measure before San Francisco voters this November called Proposition C, which would tax local businesses to raise money in support … Continue reading Tech Billionaires Benioff, Dorsey Square Off Over How To Deal With Homelessness – Lauren Gensler

A First For Manhattan: $30M Real Estate Property Tokenized With Blockchain – Rachel Wolfson

A luxury Manhattan condo development is getting a new digital home on the worldwide Ethereum blockchain.  The building, a completed 12 unit construction with 1700 sq ft units located on 436 & 442 E 13th St in the East Village, is the first major asset in Manhattan to be tokenized on Ethereum. The property has … Continue reading A First For Manhattan: $30M Real Estate Property Tokenized With Blockchain – Rachel Wolfson

Stock Market Vs. Real Estate: The Right Approach For Passive Income Investors

For new and hopeful passive investors, most of the accessible information on the topic of the stock market versus real estate presents widely varying opinions and tends to over complicate things by assuming you have a solid education in both fields. Rather than feeling informed, this type of guidance tends to leave you in a … Continue reading Stock Market Vs. Real Estate: The Right Approach For Passive Income Investors

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