Real Estate

Pending home sales slipped in April as contract activity decreased for the sixth consecutive month, the National Association of Realtors reported. Only the Midwest saw signings increase month-over-month, while the other three major regions reported declines. Each of the four regions registered a drop in year-over-year contract activity. The Pending Home Sales Index (PHSI), a
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Brilliant aquamarine waters and bleached sand beaches ring the more than 40 tropical islands that make up Turks and Caicos, an archipelago southeast of the Bahamas. Providenciales, considered the gateway to the British Overseas Territory, boasts expansive beaches, luxury resorts, shopping and more than 60 restaurants and cafes. Scuba-diving, kayaking and paddle boarding are among
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I’ve always been all-in on homeownership. Yet, for the first time in two decades since the beginning of the pandemic, I haven’t owned a home. All of which got me thinking: The National Association of Realtors (NAR) just issued a report calculating that the cost of purchasing a house in the U.S. has increased 55%
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Eaglecrest is a 140-acre estate in the heart of Virginia that was inspired by such presidential mansions as George Washington’s Mount Vernon and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Set in Charlottesville, about a 2-hour drive from Washington, D.C., the property has easy access to historical sites, wineries and outdoor recreation including hiking, horseback riding and golf. Nearby
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One of the key aspects of remodeling a Midcentury Modern home—the popular architectural style with surprising staying power—is maintaining the structure’s original character while implementing updates that suit a 21st-century lifestyle, or so says Los Angeles-based designer-turned-developer Philippe Naouri. Specializing in Midcentury restoration, Naouri has renovated and re-imagined some of Los Angeles’ most prized Modernist
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