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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]

    Keller Williams added a new core belief “Equity: Opportunities for all” and added a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee to its list of committees. The post Keller Williams adds Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee to leadership council appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Fidelity National Financial recently announced it hired a new leader as it expands its presence into the state of Georgia. And Stewart Title picked up its acquisition activity to grow its presence in Alaska. The post Fidelity Title, Stewart expand in new markets appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    As lenders continue to adjust to a new normal, the pivotal role of technology has become increasingly clear in maximizing productivity and keeping lending pipelines flowing. The post FormFree’s Brent Chandler on transforming the way the housing industry does business appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Shant Banosian, the nation's No. 1 loan originator, has become Guaranteed Rate’s first loan officer to fund $1 billion in loan volume in one year. Over the course of his decade-long career, Banosian has generated more than $4 billion in funded loans. The post Shant Banosian becomes Guaranteed Rate’s first LO to originate $1 billion appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Cindy Waldron, vice president of research and analytics in the Single-Family Client and Community Engagement division at Freddie Mac, joins other housing experts on Oct. 8. The post Freddie Mac’s Cindy Waldron to speak at HousingWire Annual appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Judy Shelton, the controversial nominee to an empty seat on the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, may lack the votes to win support from the full Senate, according to Sen. John Thune (R-SD). The post Judy Shelton, Trump’s Fed nominee, may lack Senate votes appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    One of the first states to accept remote online notarizations, signing a mortgage via eClose in Texas has come a long way since the first adoption in 2018. The post So you want to eClose a mortgage in Texas? appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    The National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo Housing Market Index rose five points to 83 in September – the highest score the series has seen since its inception 35 years ago. The post Builder confidence reaches 35-year high in September appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    The California-based mortgage lender headed by Anthony Hsieh could be worth between $12 billion and $14 billion in an IPO. The post LoanDepot could make public debut this year at up to $15B appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    First-time homebuyer activity decreased largely due to economic effects of the pandemic, however it's still the most active segment in the housing market. The post First-time homebuyer activity decreased in Q2, but there’s still plenty of buyers out there appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

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    NYC’s newest buildings have COVID-era appeals — and deals

    It's a terrible time to sell an NYC apartment. It's a great time, though, to buy one. ... [more]

    Brooklyn townhouse with indoor pool and yoga greenhouse selling for $8M

    It also has a two-car garage and a separate greenhouse to use as a home office, studio or workout room. ... [more]

    Dune Lane is "one of the most desirable streets in town." Sure seems like it! ... [more]

    Yes, there's a "My Cousin Vinny" movie poster in his home office. ... [more]

    Bill Hutchinson of ‘Marrying Millions’ getting rid of $8.25M Miami castle

    The 62-year-old developer, who is dating 22-year-old Brianna "Bri" Ramirez, doesn't want the cathedral-style property anymore. ... [more]

    The embattled ex-"Today" anchor bought Strongheart Manor from Richard Gere in 2016. ... [more]

    St. Jetersburg is on the market. Derek Jeter and his supermodel wife, Hannah, are putting their palatial mansion in Tampa, Fla., on the market, with an asking price of $29 million, according to the New York Times. “This is the most impressive home to ever hit the market in the Tampa Bay area,” Stephen Gay,... ... [more]

    The fashion designer wants to cash in on the "very strong" market that the coronavirus has sparked in Greenwich, an affluent suburb of Manhattan. ... [more]

    Daniel Boulud opening a new restaurant at One Vanderbilt

    Developer SL Green, which launched its One Vanderbilt skyscraper at a ceremony Monday where Mayor de Blasio cut the ribbon, is counting on a lavish new restaurant to lure more office tenants – and to make the tower synonymous with glamorous dining as the Four Seasons once did for the Seagram Building. SL Green has... ... [more]

    An artist who bought a loft on West Broadway for $15,000 in 1972 sells it for $2.4 million and retires to her home borough of Queens. ... [more]

    New signed contracts for single-family homes in the Hamptons in August more than doubled from a year ago. ... [more]

    As you move indoors for winter, some plants can come with you, while others are a lost cause. Here’s how to tell the difference. ... [more]

    The most-viewed properties of the month in included the $88,000,000 former home of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender who died in jail. ... [more]

    The villa’s artificial intelligence system manages everything from closing the windows when it rains to melting snow on the driveway. ... [more]

    This week’s properties are three-bedroom homes in Norwalk, Conn., and Carle Place, N.Y. ... [more]

    This week’s properties are in Carnegie Hill, Prospect Heights and Jackson Heights. ... [more]

    “It’s definitely not a casual house,” according to the broker, “but it’s very livable.” ... [more]

    As Norway eased its coronavirus restrictions and slashed borrowing rates, its housing market heated up, registering record sales figures over the summer. ... [more]

    A four-bedroom stone house in Cornwall, a floor-through co-op apartment in Brooklyn and a 1925 house with five bedrooms in Spartanburg. ... [more]

    The left distorts his important speech on political accountability. ... [more]

    Between bitter division and massive mail-in balloting, a normal vote would be a miracle. ... [more]

    With China and India’s border dispute, the five-member club makes less sense than ever. ... [more]

    Trenton raises taxes on the millionaires it desperately needs. ... [more]

    Senate Democrats try to smear colleagues for investigating Hunter and Ukraine. ... [more]

    Political insanity can be defined as refusing to admit the reality of destructive violence. ... [more]

    The virus is returning but leaders decide they can’t shut down again. ... [more]

    Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur aren’t the same without communal prayer. ... [more]

    The Chamber of Commerce endorses Democrats to try to rebuild a weak center. ... [more]

    Once more, New Jersey’s bad example is a lesson for everyone else. ... [more]

    HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Renovation in D.C. yielded an additional 2,000 square feet and two bedrooms. ... [more]

    The 30-year fixed-rate average moved slightly higher but remained below 3 percent. It hasn't been above 3 percent for almost two months. ... [more]

    How to maintain equilibrium and master the balancing act ... [more]

    Hottest Zip codes in Virginia and Maryland suburbs have seen a sharp rise in buyer interest. ... [more]

    Floor plans get tweaked for sanctuary spaces, ‘Zoom rooms’ and other functions. ... [more]

    REAL ESTATE | Even with rent declines, Washington is among the most expensive cities for renters in the country, with median rents making it the sixth most costly behind San Francisco, New York, Boston, Los Angeles and Seattle. ... [more]

    ASK THE BUILDER | The last place you want this air to be is inside your attic space. The moist air will fuel the growth of mold and mildew on the roof framing and the sheathing that covers the timbers. ... [more]

    REAL ESTATE MATTERS | In addition to any state requirements, your condominium association or homeowner’s association can pass a quarantine rule for its owners, guests and invitees. These rules can limit who uses what amenities and where people can go when they come from locations that have a high coronavirus case number. ... [more]

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