Tagged With Real Estate

California real estate is so expensive that families, retirees, and even tech workers are living in cars and vans


The New York City real estate market has gotten so bad that people are paying millions to live in the basement


McGrath slides to a $63.1 million loss




The most expensive and affordable US states for buying a house, ranked


Elizabeth Taylor's former home is for sale for $15.9M — take a look inside


San Francisco's housing market is so out of control, 60% of tech workers say they can't afford homes



The super rich love this new man-made island in Florida with a private dock for yachts and high-rise homes that start at $2.3 million


San Francisco's housing market is so competitive that a massive wedge of rock selling for $1 million is actually a bargain


There's a $1 billion plot of land for sale on an LA hilltop big enough to fit a home the size of Disneyland, but only about 100 people in the world could buy it


Disappointing photos show what can happen to billion-dollar mega-developments


Disappointing photos show what can happen to billion-dollar mega-developments


The 31 most underrated American cities to live in


'Million Dollar Listing' star Ryan Serhant explains how he went from broke actor to leading a top real-estate team that sold over $800 million worth of property last year


What a $250,000 home looks like in the biggest city in every state


The 22 American cities with the most million-dollar homes


San Francisco's tech boom is so expansive that the city's median home price rose by $205,000 in the first half of 2018, one of the biggest swells in its history



People are buying up New York City condos as investments like never before


A tech billionaire just listed his Palo Alto home for $100 million, the most expensive Bay Area listing in a decade — take a look inside


This $5 million dome-shaped home, known among locals as 'The Star Wars Home,' is hurricane-resistant and available to buy for the first time — take a look inside


The San Francisco housing market is so absurd that restaurants are putting diners to work because they can't afford to pay waiters