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  • 16 ski resorts worth hundreds of millions could be sold

    A real estate investment trust that's considering getting out of the snow business could sell more than a dozen ski resorts from Maine to California that are worth hundreds of millions of dollars. CNL Lifestyle Properties owns 16 resorts including Sunday...
  • Darden looks to sell HQ building

    Darden Restaurants Inc. is looking to sell its Orlando headquarters building and then lease back the offices. The restaurant company said Friday it had hired real estate investment banking firm Eastdil Secured to lead the effort. Chief Executive Gene...
  • Real-estate agents eager for drone-rule changes

    Real-estate agents eager for drone-rule changes
    Video of Orlando-area neighborhood rooftops, backyards and docks — even in exclusive enclaves — could become public fodder on real-estate sites under federal plans to loosen drone restrictions. Even though the Federal Aviation Administration...
  • Can FedEx deliver for Hanover Township?

    Can FedEx deliver for Hanover Township?
    FedEx Ground desperately needs Hanover Township's approval for its $335 million distribution center that would create thousands of jobs and bail Lehigh Valley International Airport out of its debt problems. But township officials fear the megahub will...
  • Real Estate Notebook: Boca brokerage opens at Town Center Mall

    Real Estate Notebook: Boca brokerage opens at Town Center Mall
    In the search for luxury homebuyers, a Boca Raton-based brokerage headed to the mall. Edge Real Estate recently opened an office in the Town Center Mall, next to Tiffany's. The "real estate lounge" features four high definition televisions showing photos...
  • Ohioans fear decreasing property values after dam report

    A new report that suggests draining a central Ohio lake to prevent a potentially catastrophic dam failure has about 1,600 area homeowners worried about plunging property values. A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report released Wednesday said the 180-year-...
  • Housing market a mixed bag of optimism, caution

    Housing market a mixed bag of optimism, caution
    With the spring market underway, it's not just real estate agents trying to get your attention as either buyers or sellers. It's real estate websites. Some of that battle is going on in court between the companies after the merger of Zillow and Trulia....
  • 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...
  • Tempted by Detroit's $500 properties? 5 things to know

    Sixty-two thousand properties have faced foreclosure in Detroit this year over unpaid taxes. About half will likely be auctioned for $500 apiece this fall. Buying homes or vacant lots for $500 might sound inviting, even in a city as troubled as Detroit....
  • Simon Property makes $16-billion bid for rival mall owner Macerich

    Simon Property makes $16-billion bid for rival mall owner Macerich
    Despite the meteoric rise of online shopping, traditional malls still occupy prime real estate in the retail landscape — as evidenced by the $16-billion bid for Macerich Co., owner of Santa Monica Place and dozens of other shopping centers. The...
  • 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...