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    What will your monthly mortgage payment be?

    In the market for a new home? Or planning to refinance? Find out what your monthly payment will be. ... [more]

    Looking for a home in Berlin or Budapest? Prepare to pay more

    Europe took 11 of the top 20 spots on a ranking of cities with the largest price increases in the first quarter, according to global property agency Knight Frank. ... [more]

    Is Manhattan's rental market finally cooling off?

    Rent prices in Manhattan are slowing down and landlords are offering concessions as inventory on the island grows. ... [more]

    Was my home a good investment?

    Calculate the return on your home and how it compares to returns on stocks, bonds and overall home prices. ... [more]

    Housing market remains strong, despite mortgage rate worries

    Homebuilder Lennar reported sales and profits that topped forecasts and indicated there is still healthy demand for new homes despite rising mortgage rates. ... [more]

    Why West Coast home prices are surging

    The hottest markets are in the West, and it's creating an affordability issue. ... [more]

    What to spend money on (and what to DIY) as a new homeowner

    Angie Hicks, co-founder of Angie's List, talks about how to keep your costs in check as a new homeowner. ... [more]

    This year’s 2020 list of Housingwire Tech Trendsetters certainly earned their status as the housing industry was met with incredible challenges and new opportunities.   This diverse group of tech professionals helped to bring about the long-awaited modernization of the housing industry. Some would even say that it’s tech trendsetters like these who have helped to […] The post Introducing the HousingWire 2020 Tech Trendsetters appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]'s report shows increased demand for distressed housing, with a 24% increase in completed foreclosure auction volume in September. The post Demand for distressed housing returning appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    COVID-19 protections for households and support for financial markets are set to expire at the end of 2020. How will this impact the housing market in 2021? The post 2021 housing market forecast: It’s about politics, not economics appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    The number of borrowers entering forbearance versus exiting tipped the scales last week as the rate of forbearance gained for the first time in five months. The post MBA: Forbearance rate increases for the first time since June to 5.48% appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    President-elect Joe Biden plans to nominate former Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen to be the next Treasury Secretary, according to a new report. The post Biden picks Janet Yellen to be next Treasury Secretary appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    HUD Secretary Ben Carson said his health is improving after experiencing "severe" symptoms related to COVID-19 earlier this month. The post HUD Secretary Ben Carson improving following COVID-19 diagnosis appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    After another week of record low mortgage rates, Black Knight found 19.4 million candidates could save $5.98 billion on refis. The post Low, low mortgage rates make 19.4 million eligible for refi appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Sundae aims to aggregate demand from “fix and flippers,” who use the marketplace to bid against each other for distressed properties. The post Startup profile: Sundae appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Ellie Mae’s Origination Insight report demonstrates the side effects of historically low mortgage rates in 2020: high volume and longer time-to-close. The post Time to close on mortgages growing amid soaring volume appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    The housing industry continued to digitize itself this week with the launch of new platforms, AI solutions and symbiotic relationships between tech giants. The post Housing Tech Rundown: Quantarium, Equifax and Ellie Mae appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

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    Is this North Jersey — or the North Pole? ... [more]

    Here’s what’s coming to Manhattan West next year

    The perimeter plywood has come down, a second huge office skyscraper has begun to rise and — ­COVID-19 be damned — the ambitious Manhattan West complex is at last coming into focus. Brookfield Property Partners’ 8-acre site just east of Related’s larger Hudson Yards is already home to office tower One Manhattan West, where moved-in... ... [more]

    The cut rate price is due to the Woolsey Fire that ravaged the area and the home in 2018, burning it almost to the ground. ... [more]

    NYC poised for 2021 COVID comeback with major real estate developments

    Amid rising COVID cases and looming lockdowns, my fellow New Yorkers should take heart — because we will have a greater city to look forward to once this pandemic’s over. Although the flight from the Big Apple, increasing crime, and possible MTA cuts are dominating media coverage, less noticed is a wealth of new projects... ... [more]

    NJ childhood home where Buzz Aldrin perfected his moonwalk is for sale

    You’ll be over the moon for this house. Long before Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, the legendary Apollo 11 astronaut would stroll along the roof of his boyhood home in tony Montclair, NJ., gazing at the sky. Now the 7-bedroom, 4-bathroom house where Aldrin perfected his moonwalk can be yours for just over a... ... [more]

    NJ firm that offers up mansions to TikTok influencers goes public

    A New Jersey-based firm that provides TikTok influencers with posh pads featured in viral videos went public this week, according to a report Friday. West of Hudson Group — whose poolside Beverly Hills-based “Clubhouse” is often flaunted by stars on the social media app — began selling stocks after it struck an unusual deal Wednesday,... ... [more]

    New Dorothy Parker-branded tower hopes to lure literary crowd

    Legendary New York City writer Dorothy Parker once predicted that she was never going to accomplish anything, writing: “my name will never be writ large on the roster of Those Who Do Things.” She was wrong. Dorothy Parker’s name is all over the world, from the Dorothy Parker disco in Brazil to Prince’s famous song... ... [more]

    Here’s how Jeezy’s real estate investments really stack up

    Hip-hop legend's Verzuz battle with Gucci Mane has fans asking, "Does he really own half of Atlanta?" ... [more]

    Hamptons estate of ‘Jeeves’ author P. G. Wodehouse asks $2.5M

    By Jove! British author P. G. Wodehouse was best known for creating Jeeves, the world’s most famous valet — not butler! — whose name is synonymous with his profession. Now Wodehouse’s former Hamptons property is on the market for $2.5 million. The beach house — built in 1991 on the site of Wodehouse’s former home... ... [more]

    Pandemic-friendly townhouses are setting new records across the city. ... [more]

    The 19th-century Brooklyn brownstone where Jad Abumrad, Karla Murthy and their sons live has been through two renovations and lots of redecorating. ... [more]

    When the pandemic forced everyone into isolation and threatened food supplies, some people decided to build their own greenhouses. Six months later, the project remains a pleasure and a challenge. ... [more]

    For a family of five, 500 square feet was enough until the coronavirus hit. Now they’ve upsized to an 800-square-foot two-bedroom. ... [more]

    A Tudor Revival house in San Leandro, a home with mountain views in Nevada City and a 1910 bungalow with a backyard Airstream trailer in Los Angeles. ... [more]

    The pandemic has made it impossible to invite people over, fundamentally changing the way many of us like to use our homes. ... [more]

    The Memorial Arch, a granite monument to soldiers and sailors in the plaza, is about to get desperately needed restoration work. ... [more]

    Moving to a new place is never easy. It’s even harder, and lonelier, when no one is supposed to come within six feet of you. ... [more]

    This week’s properties are in Williamsburg, Morningside Heights and Forest Hills. ... [more]

    This week’s properties include a three-bedroom in Rye, N.Y., and a five-bedroom in Saddle River, N.J. ... [more]

    Renters seem to be returning to Manhattan after a pandemic exodus resulted in record vacancy rates. ... [more]

    Mitch McConnell should join colleagues urging the president to accept his loss. ... [more]

    Blinken is reassuring, but Kerry as climate czar is catnip for China. ... [more]

    What all those pols caught violating their own Covid-19 rules really tells us. ... [more]

    Ohio expands private school choice to half of all students. ... [more]

    When is a beaver not a beaver? When it’s a porcupine. ... [more]

    The former president fails even to see how his disdain for ‘bitter clingers’ fed voters’ resentment. ... [more]

    Yellen is likely to exert considerable influence over the central bank. ... [more]

    It won’t be Obama’s third term, but expect establishment virtues and a climate focus. ... [more]

    ‘Voters who backed the president because of who he is seem unlikely to turn out in droves for Loeffler and Perdue.’ ... [more]

    States and counties are certifying, as Sidney Powell is cut loose. ... [more]

    ASK THE BUILDER | Vent pipes can be moved. The important question is: How easy will it be to relocate them? ... [more]

    TOWN SQUARE | Responding to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice, the National Association of Realtors agreed buyers’ agents must publicly disclose the commission they charge for properties listed on a multiple listing service site. ... [more]

    While each home has its quirks and potential projects to tackle, some small kitchen projects are easily within reach and require no skilled labor. ... [more]

    REAL ESTATE MATTERS | The situation is a textbook example of why estate plans need to be reviewed regularly, but in particular, after a major change of life: relationships starting and ending, having a baby or receiving a major inheritance. ... [more]

    AFFORDABLE HOME OF THE WEEK | The kitchen has been renovated with stainless-steel appliances, white Shaker-style cabinets and granite counters. ... [more]

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