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  • Divaris Real Estate recognizes standouts

    Every year, Virginia Beach-based Divaris Real Estate recognizes agents, with top performers billing more than $750,000 in the "Titanium Circle of Excellence." Check them out. 2014 Rookie of the Year: Brandon Howard, leasing associate, Washington D.C....
  • Cross Street Partners part of team to take on Hoen Lithograph building

    Cross Street Partners part of team to take on Hoen Lithograph building
    The real estate firm founded by developer C. William "Bill" Struever said Tuesday it is part of a joint venture planning to turn a former print factory in East Baltimore into housing for nurses, office space and café. Struever's Cross Street Partners and...
  • Jeremy Renner house steeped in Hollywood history

    Jeremy Renner house steeped in Hollywood history
    A turnkey home owned by actors and home renovators Jeremy Renner and Kristoffer Winters has come on the market in Hollywood at $4.795 million. Rich in Hollywood history, the 1926 Traditional-style two-story was once the home of early filmmaker Preston...
  • Owners should take active role in association

    Owners should take active role in association
    A common misconception about the community association lifestyle is you don't have to do anything. Taking care of the property is someone else's job, or so many buyers believe. It's not true. "No matter who you are, whether you are serving on the...
  • Tech Center land value fluctuated by millions

    Tech Center land value fluctuated by millions
    NEWPORT NEWS — It was the highest-profile piece of undeveloped land in the city — and the value of the 44 acres at the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Oyster Point Road has plunged and soared with developer John R. Lawson's ability to negotiate...
  • The tax implications of short selling a primary residence

    Q: An 83-year-old friend of mine is disabled and is about to enter an assisted living facility. She is currently living alone in a house she owns, but it is no longer safe for her to live alone. I am trying to help by organizing her finances and to...
  • Historic Escape Hotel to become part of new Gale Boutique Hotel & Residences project

    Historic Escape Hotel to become part of new Gale Boutique Hotel & Residences project
    A rebirth is on tap for the historic Escape Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. In its heyday, the Escape, which opened in 1951, helped to launch Fort Lauderdale as a tourist destination, and developers are betting its restoration will fuel further development....
  • Hampton budget trends

    It's budget season at Hampton City Hall, so the City Council is receiving regular updates on the city's revenues and spending.  Here are some notes from the Feb. 11, 2015 budget updated provided during an afternoon work session.  The state provides...
  • Balconies elevate lifestyle at 1342 W. Randolph

    Balconies elevate lifestyle at 1342 W. Randolph
    Finding personal outdoor space in the heart of a crowded city can be a challenge, especially for renters who want their place in the sun. But in the case of 1342 W. Randolph St., every apartment includes a private outdoor area — a balcony. The...
  • Auctions bidding for luxury home sales market

    Auctions bidding for luxury home sales market
    Phil Chiricotti had his Burr Ridge home on the market for three years, using four different Realtors over that time. Then he changed gears and sold his home in one month's time. The difference? He put the home up for auction. While the home never made...
  • USC leases more space in landmark office tower near Staples Center

    USC leases more space in landmark office tower near Staples Center
    A landmark office tower near Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles will soon say USC on top instead of AT&T. The university signed a large lease that will make it the major tenant in a 1960s office complex designed by William Pereira, one of the...