RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Real Estate

A collection of news and information related to Real Estate published by this site and its partners.

Top Real Estate Articles

Displaying items 78-88
  • Parents argue at meeting against closing Charles Carroll

    Parents argue at meeting against closing Charles Carroll
    Dozens of parents and community members, adorned with buttons that read, "Keep Charles Carroll Open," filled the Carroll County Public Schools building's Charles I. Ecker Boardroom on Wednesday night to voice their concerns about the possible closure of...
  • Unique Aurora tax rebate deal still needs some work

    Unique Aurora tax rebate deal still needs some work
    A tax rebate deal between the city of Aurora, Indian Prairie School District 204 and a longtime Aurora company has gone back to the drawing board. The unique deal would give Shorr Packaging Co., a national firm with its headquarters at 800 N. Commerce...
  • EXCLUSIVE: Nik Patel's former home in Isleworth sells at big discount, agent says

    EXCLUSIVE: Nik Patel's former home in Isleworth sells at big discount, agent says
    A waterfront mansion in Isleworth formerly owned by Nik Patel has sold at a 27 percent discount, according to a local real estate agent. Listed at $4.5 million, the sale closed Friday for $3.25 million, according to Hooman Hamzehloui, a long-time...
  • Tamale-shaped building at center of preservation dispute

    Tamale-shaped building at center of preservation dispute
    Fernando Alarcon doesn't dwell too much on what it means to be the filling of a tamale. For four years, Alarcon has worked in a dental laboratory in East Los Angeles on Whittier Boulevard inside a giant green tamale squished between two buildings. Every...
  • In stadium financing game, Goldman Sachs dominates

    In stadium financing game, Goldman Sachs dominates
    When San Diego Chargers executives needed help raising $1.7 billion for a football stadium in Carson, they turned to the professionals: Goldman Sachs. The giant investment bank has become a major player in the high-stakes stadium financing game,...
  • University Park: A gated community for college students

    University Park: A gated community for college students
    This is about as far as you can get from dorm life. After a year of construction, University Park, an off-campus student housing complex, is due to open April 30 in Boca Raton. The 598-bed development at 135 N.W. 20th St. has plenty of perks to...
  • Developer hopes to bring stores to riot-damaged and vacant city buildings

    Developer hopes to bring stores to riot-damaged and vacant city buildings
    For 29 years, Carl Verstandig's Pikesville-based company has been buying rundown, vacancy-plagued shopping centers in distressed neighborhoods and enticing tenants with offers they couldn't refuse — free rent for a time and the ability to walk...
  • Splashy Beverly Hills contemporary tops L.A.'s weekly sales

    Splashy Beverly Hills contemporary tops L.A.'s weekly sales
    A designer showplace in Trousdale Estates, the onetime home of music producer Jerry Goldstein and a development opportunity in Malibu were among the top residential real estate sales in the greater Los Angeles area last week. $11,375,000, Beverly Hills...
  • Study: Student debt doesn't ruin chances of getting mortgage

    Study: Student debt doesn't ruin chances of getting mortgage
    Young adults coming out of college with student loans aren't necessarily less likely than debt-free graduates to qualify for and repay big installment loans like mortgages and auto loans. In fact, according to a new study, they may be even better at...
  • Lockport residents say city putting squeeze on them

    Lockport residents say city putting squeeze on them
    Homeowners in a tiny Lockport neighborhood are upset about what they see as the city putting them in a tough spot regarding infrastructure improvements made by the developer of an adjacent business park. The City Council has voted unanimously to require...
  • 'Property Brothers,' coming to Bethlehem, make real estate sexy

    LAS VEGAS — The brothers are outside shootin' hoops and talkin' trash, like guys in most any suburban backyard across the U.S. — or even Canada. Because these guys are the "Property Brothers," Drew and Jonathan Scott, 36-year-old identical...