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

    HousingWire CEO Clayton Collins sat down with Association of Independent Mortgage Experts Chairman Anthony Casa to discuss some of the most pressing issues pertaining to the housing industry as the co ... [more]

    During a pandemic, it is more important than ever that housing and finance professionals understand the nature of our reactions to trauma and how to provide leadership to both grow your business and s ... [more]

    The main criticism of the iBuying model is that it will only ever be effective for a very limited number of houses, and only during certain economic cycles. In the midst of an unprecedented global pan ... [more]

    Broker-LO Nick Solis shares the lessons from 2007-2009 that provide a roadmap for him today as the broker-owner of One80 Realty in the California Bay Area. The post Broker Nick Solis answers five ques ... [more]

    There was a 148% year over year increase in homes being delisted during the week ending March 29, 2020, coming to a total of 28,140 homes. The post Number of homes taken off market doubles due to coro ... [more]

    As market volatility increases due to the coronavirus pandemic, mortgage lenders are increasingly tightening their lending standards to add in increased protections against borrower default. The post ... [more]

    Despite a massive competition in the industry to be the first to move away from in-person requirements and release an “end-to-end digital mortgage,” there are still glaring parts of the real estate pr ... [more]

    The funds will be targeted to the 29 markets where Veterans United Home Loans maintains corporate offices and branches. The post Veterans United Home Loans pledges $1M in COVID-19 aid appeared first o ... [more]

    The loss of 701,000 jobs in the early part of March was dramatic, but industry economists and leaders are hopeful the mortgage space and residential construction activity will weather this new storm. ... [more]

    The idea that LOs are becoming less vital to the process is simply not one I can get behind. It’s true that the days of the LO functioning as a data gatherer are rapidly fading away, but their role is ... [more]

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    Tom Brady moving into Derek Jeter’s Tampa mansionThat’s what millionaire friends are for. Newly signed Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is moving his family into Derek Jeter’s 30,000-square-foot compound on Davis Islands in Tampa, the Tampa Bay Time ... [more]

    Moving in NYC during coronavirus is more nightmarish than usualNew York’s stay-at-home order is hitting the market at the worst time: The city’s busiest moving day is traditionally May 1. ... [more]

    New Yorkers buy, sell apartments despite coronavirus restrictionsHere's a look at how the local real estate industry has stayed active during the pandemic. ... [more]

    Commercial real estate industry coming up with creative spin for rent dealsThe commercial real estate industry is adapting to the coronavirus quarantines by renegotiating sales and leases, pausing physical tours and having frank negotiations with lenders — when they can be r ... [more]

    John Legend, Chrissy Teigen buy second Manhattan penthouseChrissy Teigen and John Legend have just plunked down $7.7 million on a second penthouse in their Manhattan building, according to city property records filed on Tuesday. The purchase was first report ... [more]

    How coronavirus chaos is impacting everything in the property worldThere’s no single clear trend — other than fear and confusion — as the property world waits out the coronavirus fallout. The chaos impacts development, leasing, finance and all points between. Here ar ... [more]

    Coronavirus pandemic won’t upend key NYC projects, developers sayBig Apple developers will be sweating out the open-ended statewide construction halt ordered by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week, but are optimistic the crisis will end soon enough to save their projects a ... [more]

    The luxury bunkers super-rich survivalists buy for doomsdayThe coronavirus crisis is changing daily life around the globe in dramatic ways — and homeowners and buyers are thinking about how they might make changes, too, to their properties, to be better prepa ... [more]

    Aaron Resnick -- who's known for his work on New York's Usonia planned community -- designed this modern, just-listed spread in LaGrangeville, NY. ... [more]

    WeWork plans to renegotiate leases as coronavirus worsens its woesOffice-leasing giant WeWork is in talks to hire an outside adviser to help it renegotiate its leases even as the coronavirus outbreak worsens its financial mess around the world. The New York company, ... [more]

    Managing an apartment complex means stocking up on disinfectants, ramping up the cleaning schedule and urging residents to stop chatting with the doormen. ... [more]

    For some millennials, sheltering in place means moving home to their parents’ house. ... [more]

    The condos, though, had been in contract years before the coronavirus outbreak. Going forward, fewer sales are expected to be recorded in New York City. ... [more]

    Mario Salerno, who has 18 apartment buildings, said he did not want renters to stress about their payment during the coronavirus pandemic. ... [more]

    Some property owners and building managers are informing residents when a neighbor has tested positive. But they don’t have to. ... [more]

    Lesley Dill usually works with six to eight assistants, but now she is alone with the hundreds of yards of fabric she uses for her mixed-media art. ... [more]

    A strong start to the year for property sales in Manhattan was erased by the coronavirus outbreak. ... [more]

    Low interest rates should bolster home sales, but other factors can get in the way, the coronavirus among them. ... [more]

    This week’s properties are in Sunset Park, on the Upper West Side, and in Riverdale. ... [more]

    This week’s properties are in Montvale, N.J., and in Larchmont, N.Y. ... [more]

    The government anti-virus strategy is putting millions out of work. ... [more]

    The pace of life on the prairie is always slow and steady, so few are panicking about the coronavirus. ... [more]

    A doctor on the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis has special permission to tell the truth. ... [more]

    A sad episode raises questions of judgment and chain of command. ... [more]

    Why are we so eager to have ‘socially responsible’ conversations about how to let coronavirus patients die? ... [more]

    Who’s leading and who’s seeking political advantage? Here are the answers. ... [more]

    Liberals take aim at a conservative nominee for the D.C. Circuit. ... [more]

    Eisenhower’s rage upon discovering a Nazi concentration camp drove him to burn the evil done there into our national memory. ... [more]

    The hidden gift in this pandemic is that we learn how to prepare for the worse one still to come. ... [more]

    Enthusiasm for post-Brexit trade wanes as the viral toll grows. ... [more]

    HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The 350-acre property was designed to keep more than a coronavirus at bay. ... [more]

    Smart, cost-efficient updates and choosing the right agent can yield a higher return ... [more]

    WHERE WE LIVE | South Riding has a host of recreational amenities and typically offers near-constant neighborhood events. ... [more]

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