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A tech billionaire’s $100 million Palo Alto home set the record for the most expensive Bay Area listing in a decade in 2018. Now it’s take...

The $100 million Palo Alto home of Scott McNealy, cofounder of Sun Microsystems, was built with an ice rink. It's now listed for nearly $55 million.

Builders are the most confident in 20 months that Americans are looking to buy houses

The Federal Reserve's recent rate cuts pulled borrowing costs lower and reinvigorated the housing market after growth slowed in 2018.

31 US cities where it’s cheaper to buy a house than to rent a place

A recent study by GoBankingRates found that in 31 cities, residents can save hundreds of dollars a month by paying a mortgage instead of paying rent.
Home prices are on the rise in some Brooklyn neighborhoods — like Brooklyn Heights, pictured above.

3 more Brooklyn neighborhoods just joined NYC’s million-dollar neighborhood club — and it shows just how rapidly the city is pricing resid...

A new report by StreetEasy revealed that, since 2015, the median recorded sales price in three Brooklyn neighborhoods passed the $1 million mark.
4735 1/2 Oregon Street was originally listed for $1,100 a month.

People on Reddit are slamming a 200-square-foot San Diego ‘shed’ that rents for more than $1,000 a month, but it’s just the latest e...

A 200-square-foot studio apartment in in the University Heights section of San Diego, originally listed for $1,100, is sparking outrage online.

The 25 best places to live in the US if you’re a renter

SmartAsset released a report on the best places to live in the US for renters, based on seven metrics, from unemployment rate to average commute time.

UBS: These 7 cities are most at risk of a real estate bubble

The risk of a housing bubble within the eurozone in particular has risen in recent years due to low interest rates, according to UBS.

The 25 US cities where renters are becoming homeowners the quickest

In 25 of the largest US cities, some renters are able to save enough money to become homeowners in under five years.
Texas cities (like San Antonio, above) dominated the list.

The 25 US cities where renters are becoming homeowners the quickest

In 25 of the largest US cities, some renters are able to save enough money to become homeowners in under five years.
An attorney from Texas was the winning bidder.

An abandoned former tuberculosis hospital in upstate New York just sold at auction for $55,100 — take a look inside the crumbling sanatorium

The new owner, an attorney from Texas, wants to transform the long-vacant asylum into a retreat for veterans.