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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]

    The Biden administration on Friday named longtime regulator Phyllis Fong as the acting inspector general of the Federal Housing Finance Agency. The post Biden taps Phyllis Fong as FHFA watchdog appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    HousingWire recently sat down with Total Expert Director of Technology Alliances Josh Lehr to learn more about recent trends around direct-to-consumer lending. The post Overcoming the challenges direct-to-consumer lenders are facing appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    loanDepot appointed Pamela Hughes Patenaude, a former deputy secretary at HUD during the Trump administration, to its board of directors. The post LoanDepot adds former HUD deputy secretary to board appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    By investing money into your property through renovations and upgrades, you can ensure home appreciates from the original purchase price. The post 5 steps to choosing a home that will appreciate in value appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Is there a political fix to the housing shortage?

    The solution to tight housing inventory is multifaceted. Arch MI investigates this and more in its Spring Housing and Mortgage Market Review. We’ve broken down some of the data below, but be sure to take a deeper dive into the report by clicking here. The post Is there a political fix to the housing shortage? appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    A day before the federal eviction ban lapses, President Biden is using the levers he has through federal agencies to keep evictions on ice until September The post FHA, FHFA re-up eviction bans at Biden’s urging appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Home shopping? Learn from the professionals on what you need to do to prepare. The post How to be a Savvy First-Time Homebuyer appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Lumber prices are falling, but builders still feel the pinch

    Lumber prices have dropped for the eighth consecutive week, but builders and new home buyers are still fighting high costs. HW+ Premium Content. The post Lumber prices are falling, but builders still feel the pinch appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    Start the home-buying journey off with confidence! This session will explore the best ways to get your finances in order and what financial changes you should — and shouldn’t — make once you’ve decided you want to buy a home. Our panel of real estate and mortgage professionals will outline the home-buying process so you […] The post Where to start the home-buying journey & what to expect in the process appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

    The exit of large depository banks has reduced visibility of reverse mortgage products. Financial planners could be a key constituency The post Reverse mortgage industry courts financial planners appeared first on HousingWire. ... [more]

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    Condé Nast yields to Durst, pays back rent at One World Trade Center

    The owners of Condé Nast went eyeball-to-eyeball with their landlord at One World Trade Center -- and the powerful magazine publishers blinked. ... [more]

    ‘South Park’ icon Casa Bonita not for sale, owners confirm

    The restaurant has achieved cult-like status among die-hard "South Park" fans for its frequent references in the show. ... [more]

    Kurt Cobain childhood home now a landmark, to be turned into an exhibit

    Now considered historically significant, the modest 1,500 square-feet home where the late rocker grew up is expected to become an exhibit.  ... [more]

    Hamptons homeowners buying second houses for ‘weekend getaways’

    Owning multiple homes in the Hamptons has become trendy in recent years — but especially this summer when the average price of a Hamptons home rose to $2.4 million in the second quarter of 2021, a 15.6% spike year over year. ... [more]

    Oprah Winfrey quietly sells 40-acre Orcas Island estate for $14M

    The deal marks the highest price ever paid for an Orcas Island property, located north of Seattle. ... [more]

    Osama bin Laden’s family’s abandoned Bel Air estate lists for $28M

    The home was abandoned after the September 11 attacks. "Ready for redoing, owner has not been here for over 20 years," the listing states.  ... [more]

    Green Goblin’s lair from ‘Spider-Man’ lists for $1.99M

    The New York City penthouse, located at 5 Tudor City Pl., appeared in all three "Spider-Man" films. ... [more]

    AI-powered Roofstock makes it simple to sell rental property

    “We have built state-of-the-art technology that’s revolutionizing the way real estate is bought and sold,” the company states. ... [more]

    The Hamptons is getting too expensive for locals: report

    One local said they've even driven an hour inland on Long Island for much more affordable groceries, according to the report. ... [more]

    Legal powerhouse Fried, Frank signals faith in FiDi with lease renewal

    One of the city’s most powerful law firms has reaffirmed its commitment to downtown Manhattan with the largest FiDi-area office deal since the start of the pandemic and the largest in the city this year. Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson  renewed its 400,000 square-foot lease for more than 10 years at Brookfield’s One New... ... [more]

    Charlottesville Zoning Plan Prompts Debate Over Racial Justice

    Four years after a white supremacist march, the Virginia city is reconsidering its housing and zoning rules. ... [more]

    Recent residential sales in New York City and the region. ... [more]

    Pesticides: How to Protect Your Family, Pets and Plants

    Under New York law, neighbors must divulge which chemicals they’re using to kill pests. But of course, there are loopholes and exceptions. ... [more]

    500,000 New Yorkers Owe Back Rent. What Happens When Evictions Resume?

    The eviction moratorium is set to come to an end in New York City, setting off alarms about the fate of tenants who owe months of unpaid rent and could face homelessness. ... [more]

    With the right tools and a little imagination, anyone can turn an outdoor space into a makeshift water park. ... [more]

    A storybook cottage in Los Angeles, a contemporary home in Long Beach and a Victorian in San Francisco. ... [more]

    A New York City Home for Less Than $350,000

    Housing prices in New York are notoriously high, but if you look carefully, especially with an open mind on location, you can find something affordable. ... [more]

    Ambitious high-rise projects in Sweden are a showcase for a reviving forest industry. ... [more]

    Gloria Vanderbilt’s Beekman Place Apartment Is for Sale

    Anderson Cooper is selling his mother’s perpetually reimagined two-bedroom, where she lived for nearly 25 years, for $1.125 million. ... [more]

    When they first worked together, renovating a home that had once been a church, they never imagined they’d eventually get married there. ... [more]

    Gavin Newsom is paying for the policy failures of Sacramento. ... [more]

    Democrats want an emergency measure to last forever. ... [more]

    The press and public will have little time to inspect the details. ... [more]

    The U.S. fingers Tehran for another attack but still wants a nuclear deal. ... [more]

    Though few have noticed, the central bank is already slowing the growth of the money supply. ... [more]

    YouTube is working to balance competing interests. Government can set clear but flexible rules. ... [more]

    The one success of the Arab Spring may not survive its president’s apparent power grab. ... [more]

    Secretary of State Blinken sides with a fired prosecutor who trampled the law. ... [more]

    Social media has made the pathologies of fame ubiquitous. ... [more]

    The month they mock as lazy gave us color TV sports, the Berlin Wall and the web. ... [more]

    Homeowners behind on their mortgage payments who aren’t forced out will still be displaced if selling is their only option, and an estimated one in ten10 borrowers in forbearance will not have enough equity to sell. ... [more]

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