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Residential Real Estate Headlines

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CNNMoney.com Headlines
Ever dream of owning your own ghost town? On October 28, just in time for Halloween, you'll have your chance. That's when Johnsonville Village in Connecticut will be auctioned off. Starting bid: $800,000.
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MSNBC.com Headlines
      
WSJ.com Real Estate Headlines
The contemporary East Hampton, N.Y. home, built in 1994, features a 1,230-square-foot art gallery and open, airy rooms.
A handful of New York City developers are wooing potential buyers with on-site classes—some even curated by museums—for the children of residents.
In a modern-day stampede, billionaire execs are buying ranches for the cattle operations, game-hunting—and to entertain clients and guests.
The architect describes the details of his all-white ‘everything room,’ where his young children frequently play.
Create a hauntingly beautiful Brontë-esque bouquet by combining the velvety hues of darker flowers with dusky-sky streaks of pale pink roses and pink-flushed snowberry.
      
Inman News Headlines
Housing reports are not generally known for their timeliness. Forecasts, indices and other indicators are typically based on data that is weeks, if not months, old. Online real estate marketplace Auction.com, with backing from Google, is looking to change that with ...
"There are two kinds of salespeople: hunters and skinners. A hunter can find an albino buyer in a blizzard, and a skinner can get him to buy ice cream. You're better at one role or the other, and in business you need to know which one that is." ...
Back in the 1990s, real estate agents used their faces and their names for branding and for marketing. Having a first and last name as a domain name was as standard as the static template 1.0 website. Apparently, agents and ...
Real estate video marketing provider HouseLens has raised $2 million in a Series A funding round that’ll grease the company’s wheels as it gears up to offer virtual 3-D models and a video walk-through mobile app next year. Nashville, Tennessee-based HouseLens ...
The Federal Reserve said today it’s put an end to the final round of “quantitative easing” — massive purchases of mortgages and Treasurys intended to goose the economy by helping keep the cost of borrowing low. The Fed’s unprecedented program ...
      
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