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Last updated: May 4, 2017 • Real Estate History

7 Home Architectural Styles that are American Favorites

Whether you’re looking into buying a home, to build a house of your own, or just want to increase your vocabulary when it comes to home design, architectural styles are important. Houses don’t just get listed with number of bedrooms and bathrooms, they almost always have a particular look and feel to them. These styles …

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Last updated: March 3, 2017 • Real Estate History

Is the Trump Rally Over? Housing Sales Plummeting as Mortgage Rates Go Up

While President-elect Donald Trump has had a long career in real estate, following in the footsteps is his father, also a real estate tycoon, becoming POTUS may not lead to the best outcome for home buyers but rather for financiers. Trump created a fortune by building or licensing his name to luxury condominiums, hotels and …

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Last updated: March 3, 2017 • Celebrity Real Estate, Real Estate History

Real Estate Agents and Moguls Anticipate Trump Inauguration

For real estate agents, the Trump presidency is a dream come true – after all, who better to push legislation to benefit real estate moguls and drive home sales? This is especially true for those selling real estate in Washington, DC – as the area floods with Southerners moving North to join Trump’s cabinet, agents …

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Last updated: March 3, 2017 • Celebrity Real Estate, Real Estate History

2016’s Grim Reaper Claims More Stars Before Year’s End

The staggering array of loss continues – in addition to Bowie, Prince, and others, the past week claims another musical icon, George Michael, as well as mother / daughter duo Carrie Fisher (the indomitable Princess Leia and General Organa) and her mom Debbie Reynolds (famous for Singing in the Rain and other massive hits). All …

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Last updated: January 17, 2017 • Real Estate History

The Winter White House

While the debate is hot and heavy over who will be moving into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue when the Obamas’ lease on the White House is up, one Presidential candidate already lives in what was originally meant to be the Winter White House – a retreat from the cold and snow of New England winter months …

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