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  • How to beat newly hot real estate markets

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - How much house will $2 million get you in the United States these days? You could buy 25 pretty nice four-bedroom, two-bath homes in Cleveland, Ohio. Or, you could get just one modest ranch house in Los Altos, California, the most...
  • Newsome Park buyer plans renovation not demolition

    Newsome Park buyer plans renovation not demolition
    California real estate investment firm Strategic Holdings was the high bidder in an online auction for Newsome Park and plans to "extensively renovate" the deteriorating complex, add improvements and bring it up to code, the company announced. "Plans...
  • Iconic Boca Raton Resort & Club may be sold

    Iconic Boca Raton Resort & Club may be sold
    The owner of the Boca Raton Resort & Club plans to put the iconic property up for sale, a spokesman confirmed Tuesday. An investment fund of Blackstone Group is shopping the resort to prospective owners after 10 years of ownership, said Gregory Rumpel,...
  • Balto. Co. Council OKs new deal for sale of Dundalk government center

    Balto. Co. Council OKs new deal for sale of Dundalk government center
    Without discussion, members of the Baltimore County Council approved a new contract for the sale of the North Point Government Center in Dundalk to a shopping center developer during the final meeting of their term Monday night. The new contract...
  • Delray officials explore ways to save celebrated 'Artists Alley'

    Delray officials explore ways to save celebrated 'Artists Alley'
    The city of Delray Beach doesn't own Artists Alley, the arts colony in a stretch of warehouses that is at risk of closing in the Pineapple Grove community. But that isn't stopping the city from trying to save the four buildings from foreclosure. They're...
  • Hartford's D&D Market Completes Purchase Of Former Wethersfield Market Property

    Hartford's D&D Market Completes Purchase Of Former Wethersfield Market Property
    HARTFORD — D&D Market, the South End's Italian specialty grocery, now owns the Wethersfield property where it plans to open its second store, possibly before Christmas. D&D Stores Inc. purchased the 10,000-square-foot former Bliss Market...
  • East Hampton Committee Favors Route 66 Parcel For Police Station

    EAST HAMPTON — A site selection committee has ruled out the old Center School in the village center as a location for a new police station in favor of a property along Route 66 owned by prominent local developer Wayne Rand. The town facilities...
  • Avon Is Home To Good Schools, Boutiques And Restaurants

    Avon Is Home To Good Schools, Boutiques And Restaurants
    Though a farming community from its earliest days, the town of Avon has covered much of its rural feel with a generous relatively new layer of well-to-do suburbia. U.S. Route 44, once the main wagon road between Hartford and Albany, N.Y., passes through...
  • Old Coca-Cola building in L.A. to be refreshed as plush office complex

    Old Coca-Cola building in L.A. to be refreshed as plush office complex
    A century-old Coca-Cola manufacturing plant in a formerly run-down section of downtown Los Angeles is about to pop as a plush new office and retail complex. The elaborate makeover of the three-story brick-clad building most recently used as a toy...
  • To do successful FSBO, do your homework first

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I own my house free and clear of any debt. How can I sell it without using a real estate agent? If I sell it on my own and the buyer has a real estate agent, will they still get the same commission of 6 percent? A:...
  • Trevor Hall Sr.: Land broker sold sites for communities, church

    Trevor Hall Sr.: Land broker sold sites for communities, church
    The year after Walt Disney World opened, Trevor Hall Sr. sold his engineering business in Detroit and moved to the Orlando area with the hopes of getting into real estate. For most of the next three decades, Hall helped shape much of Central Florida...