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    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]

    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]

    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]

    Why West Coast home prices are surging

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

    He made $400,000 flipping a house

    Read full story for latest details. ... [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]

    How to save $9,000 on your mortgage

    Read full story for latest details. ... [more]

    Lack of hands-on experience and unprecedented market conditions spurred by the pandemic pose the biggest challenges to new real estate agents. The post How rookie agents are faring during the pandemic appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    The regulator said Flagstar violated the Flood Disaster Protection Act to “make, increase, extend, or renew loans” secured by properties in special flood hazard areas only after obtaining proof of adequate insurance. The post Flagstar to pay $3.6M over flood insurance violations appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Court authorizes class action against Carrington over servicing fees

    A federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday that borrowers can pursue a class action lawsuit against Carrington Mortgage Services regarding the fees it applied when collecting payments online or by phone. The post Court authorizes class action against Carrington over servicing fees appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    The emerging ESG market is a diamond in the rough

    Hidden among all the fears of ESG greenwashing may be a framework for green RMBS, according to some experts working to develop investment standards. The post The emerging ESG market is a diamond in the rough appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Freddie Mac expects that home purchase mortgage originations will grow to $2.1 trillion in 2022 from $1.9 trillion in 2021. The GSE expects $2.2 trillion in purchase volume in 2023. The post Purchase mortgage volume projected to clear $2.1T in ’22, ’23 appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Coalition pushes big changes to GSE Duty to Serve proposals

    On the heels of the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s rejection of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s Duty to Serve plans, a coalition of housing groups have some ideas for how to beef them up. The post Coalition pushes big changes to GSE Duty to Serve proposals appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    “I don’t want to say we’re archaic”: Appraisal Institute president vows reform

    Appraisal Institute president Jody Bishop spoke to HousingWire about what he would like to change about the profession, while still advocating for its members. The post “I don’t want to say we’re archaic”: Appraisal Institute president vows reform appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Did existing home sales peak in 2021?

    The National Association of Realtors reported that existing home sales for December came in as a miss of estimates at 6.18 million The post Did existing home sales peak in 2021? appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    In 2021, homebuyers who successfully purchased a home viewed a median of only eight properties before completing their transaction, according to NAR. The post Buyers viewed just eight homes before making their purchase appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Staying prepared in a changing mortgage market

    Hosted by Mortgage Capital Trading Collateral valuation is a critical component of mortgage lending and the home sales process. During the Interest rates, origination volume and profit margins are constantly shifting based on a variety of factors, and it takes an efficient and intelligent operation to stay on top of it all. Most lenders react, […] The post Staying prepared in a changing mortgage market appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

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    Inside John Legend & Chrissy Teigen’s two NYC penthouses listed for $18M

    The power couple listed their Manhattan penthouses for a combined $18 million on Friday after three years of ownership. ... [more]

    The ghost of ‘Bloody Bruce’ haunts this Scottish castle for sale

    They say the ghost can be heard in the castle's spooky spiral staircase. ... [more]

    NYers doping pets, using doggie stunt doubles to get past co-op boards

    New Yorkers are scared of needy or mischievous pets blowing their co-op board interviews — so they're drugging their dogs, calling in stunt doubles and shelling out for special training. ... [more]

    Billioniare Joe Tsai outed as buyer of $190M penthouse

    The Hong Kong-based Blue Pool Capital, which manages part of the wealth of Alibaba executive vice chairman Joe Tsai, shelled out a stratospheric $188 million for Daniel Och's penthouse at 220 Central Park South. ... [more]

    Mortgage rates rise to highest levels since start of pandemic

    People signing papers for a new home loan will pay the highest interest rates since the start of the pandemic, according to new data released by the feds. Mortgage rates for the typical 30-year loan have climbed to their steepest levels since early 2020 as the housing market looks to expected Federal Reserve rate hikes.... ... [more]

    Tina Turner and husband buy $76M Swiss estate as a ‘weekend retreat’

    The couple shelled out a whopping $76 million for a 10-building waterfront estate overlooking Lake Zurich. ... [more]

    Inside the race to build Brooklyn’s tallest tower

    The borough’s densest neighborhood has witnessed a development boom that is now squeezing skyscrapers to heights of over 1,000 feet, rivaling the supertalls on Billionaires’ Row in Manhattan. ... [more]

    Gilded Age Pulitzer Mansion co-op in contract for $12M in NYC

    Legendary architect Stanford White built the 79-foot mansion — four times wider than many Big Apple townhouses — for publishing mogul Joseph Pulitzer in 1903 for $369,000. ... [more]

    Duplex at Jackie Kennedy Onassis’ former Fifth Avenue lair asks $8M

    The stately limestone building, listing for the first time in nearly half a century, was designed by Rosario Candela in 1930 and has quite the history. ... [more]

    ‘Modern Family’ star Jesse Tyler Ferguson re-lists NYC home for $1.4M

    Emmy nominee Ferguson and his husband, Justin Mikita, a Tony Award-winning producer, first listed their home at 200 E. 16th St. in 2018. ... [more]

    Here’s what it looks like when the professionals take on D.I.Y. projects. (Don’t feel bad if they put yours to shame.) ... [more]

    A new study considered dozens of data points to rank all 50 U.S. States for child rearing. ... [more]

    This week’s properties are on the Upper West Side and in Brooklyn Heights and Jackson Heights. ... [more]

    A 1788 house in West Simsbury, a three-bedroom rowhouse in Leesburg and a four-bedroom home in Vestavia Hills. ... [more]

    Dunellen, N.J.: Affordability, With a ‘Small-Town Quaintness’

    The Middlesex County borough offers a sense of community and a diversity that feels ‘like being in Brooklyn.’ But the housing market is ‘very tight.’ ... [more]

    The historic city, a tourist and retirement destination for locals and foreigners alike, is seeing an influx of buyers who can work remotely. ... [more]

    This week’s properties are a three-bedroom in Port Reading, N.J., and a four-bedroom in Old Brookville, N.Y. ... [more]

    Building Apps Help Make the Office Return a Touch-Free Experience

    Mobile apps for office buildings have become popular as employers try to entice staff back on site by making work-related tasks convenient and safe. ... [more]

    Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York. ... [more]

    Thanks to an impressive career, the Tony Award winner has acquired conversation pieces from a number of notable Broadway shows. ... [more]

    Wednesday’s narrow vote changed Senate races, starting in 2022. ... [more]

    After another defeat in court, it’s time to end this unpopular coercion. ... [more]

    The number of federal crimes has increased 36% since the 1990s. ... [more]

    Native American victims deserve to have crimes against them prosecuted. ... [more]

    A video of their 1981 concert in Essen, Germany, sent me thinking about the life after this one. ... [more]

    The company labels terms like ‘senior citizen,’ ‘dummy variable,’ and ‘black box’ verboten. ... [more]

    Ma Bell is missing the boat on bundling as it insists on unwinding the Warner Media deal. ... [more]

    Fifty years ago it was ‘the state that works.’ Now it’s become a microcosm of an America in crisis. ... [more]

    After a disappointing press conference, the president tries out a new explanation in a message to Democrats. ... [more]

    The trend toward idleness has been years in the making, says the author of ‘Men Without Work.’ That’s an ill omen for the economy and the culture. ... [more]

    HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The four-bedroom, five-bathroom penthouse and two-bedroom, two-bathroom staff apartment are being sold together for just under $6 million. ... [more]

    The 30-year fixed-rate average climbed to 3.56 percent this week, its highest level since March 2020. ... [more]

    1331 Maryland Ave. SW has been leasing for a year and made headlines early by revealing penthouses with rents topping $20,000 a month. ... [more]

    These markets have a ratio of median home sales price to median household income on the lower half of the 379 metro areas in the analysis, which means homes are less likely to be overvalued. ... [more]

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