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  • Mobile app finds homes with parking

    Mobile app finds homes with parking
    To live in Federal Hill is to know the value of a home with off-street parking. Ronald Monk has lived there seven years, and even though he has access to a high school parking lot and doesn't have too much difficulty with parking himself, he's seen his...
  • Former Newport News factory building converted to self-storage

    Former Newport News factory building converted to self-storage
    Susan Sarro couldn't land a user or buyer for the 58-year-old former factory building she owns in downtown Newport News. So, with an entrepreneurial spirit, she took matters into her own hands. "I was trying to figure out what to do with it," Sarro,...
  • Spend July at Rob Reiner's Malibu home for $100,000

    Spend July at Rob Reiner's Malibu home for $100,000
    Rob Reiner, whose “All in the Family” role launched his stardom in the 1970s, is the latest landlord of note to put his Malibu beach house up for lease. For $100,000 you get July, and that’s a relative bargain. The Cape Cod-inspired...
  • Vince Vaughn cuts asking price for Palmolive penthouse

    Vince Vaughn cuts asking price for Palmolive penthouse
    Actor Vince Vaughn has reduced the price further on his five-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot triplex penthouse in the Palmolive Building on North Michigan Avenue, dropping his asking price late Sunday by $1 million to $13.9 million. Vaughn, who has hired a...
  • Put onus on title attorney to stop payment on missing check

    Put onus on title attorney to stop payment on missing check
    Q: I recently sold my house on the East Coast, and I now live out West. According to my real estate agent, the settlement went well, and the title attorney sent me a check for the net sales proceeds. At least, he claims he did, because it has been two...
  • Home of the Day: Whimsical Craftsman in Spaulding Square

    Home of the Day: Whimsical Craftsman in Spaulding Square
    A rolled-edge roof gives this renovated Craftsman bungalow in the Spaulding Square area its whimsical appearance. The original 1919 Batchelder tile fireplace remains while the upstairs has been reimagined as an office loft/bonus room with vaulted...
  • A fresh look at advances in real estate technology

    A fresh look at advances in real estate technology
    The housing world was famously slow to embrace technology when that thing that used to be called the World Wide Web — or worse, the information superhighway — appeared a couple of decades ago, but it finally got the message. It seems to be...
  • MRIS looks to partner with Zillow

    MRIS looks to partner with Zillow
    The multiple list service used by real estate agents in the mid-Atlantic is working on a deal to partner with Zillow, allowing agents to feed ads directly to the online database after the current syndication deal expires in April. The partnership...
  • Optimism for local housing market

    The steady post-recession rebound in the Southland housing market continued last year, with area real estate agents optimistic that more of the same is in store for this year. While sales of existing homes were down in most south and southwest suburbs...
  • Home of the Day: Pretty as a picture in Monrovia

    Home of the Day: Pretty as a picture in Monrovia
    The picturesque Eastman House, designed by original owner and business executive Hal P. Eastman, was built amid orange groves in 1925 and is today a Monrovia Historic Landmark. Beyond the white columns and red door of the restored Colonial Revival home&...
  • Having an open-door policy for real estate agent safety

    Having an open-door policy for real estate agent safety
    Sam DeBord has a modest suggestion. He'd like the real estate industry to significantly change the way it works. The issue, however, isn't a modest one. It has little to do with the actual selling of houses and everything to do with the alarming...