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  • Report: Virginia, Hampton Roads homes sales grew during Q4 2014

     Report: Virginia, Hampton Roads homes sales grew during Q4 2014
    Homes sales appear to rebounding across the state and in Hampton Roads. Realtors sold 22,968 homes during the fourth quarter of 2014, according to a recent report released by the Virginia Association of Realtors (VAR). That's a 2.3 percent increase over...
  • City lists 'problem landlords' on website

    City lists  'problem landlords' on website
    Chicago's Building Department published its first "problem landlords" list on its website Monday night in an attempt to crack down and publicly shame apartment building owners into providing tenants with basic services such as heat, hot water and...
  • Extra association fees were not disclosed at closing

    Extra association fees were not disclosed at closing
    Q: My husband and I recently bought our first home, which was a HUD foreclosure. Prior to closing, we were aware that there was a homeowners association with past fees and dues that had not been paid. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...
  • Dawn Clark Netsch's home sells for $1.65 million

    Dawn Clark Netsch's home sells for $1.65 million
    The two-bedroom, 2,964-square-foot contemporary-style house in Old Town that was the longtime home of Dawn Clark Netsch, the late attorney and onetime Illinois state senator, state comptroller and 1994 gubernatorial candidate, sold late last month for $1....
  • Disclosing defects of home best way to avoid lawsuit

    Disclosing defects of home best way to avoid lawsuit
    Q: I just read your informative piece about a homeowner considering a lawsuit against the home seller because of numerous repairs needed to the house. I was somewhat alarmed by this as we are considering selling our home. The original structure was...
  • 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...
  • Senior Living Column: A long-term planning questionnaire helps clarify decisions

    This week I came across a worksheet I created for my mother more than 10 years ago. She was considering moving from the home she and my father built, the home she had lived in for more than 50 years. I was shocked to see that the issues I identified...
  • South Florida home prices rise in 2014 even as market cools

    South Florida home prices rise in 2014 even as market cools
    Home prices in Broward and Palm Beach counties leveled out in 2014 but still finished the year on an upswing. Broward's median price for existing single-family homes last year was $275,000, up 6 percent from 2013, the Greater Fort Lauderdale Realtors...
  • Ask a Real Estate Pro: Condo owner may be able to sell his parking space

    Ask a Real Estate Pro: Condo owner may be able to sell his parking space
    Board-certified real estate lawyer Gary M. Singer writes about the housing market at SunSentinel.com/business/realestate each Friday. To ask him a question, visit SunSentinel.com/askpro Q: I live in a downtown condo in a great location and have two...
  • Nik Patel case heats up: Illinois fund objects to Greenberg Traurig fees

    Nik Patel case heats up: Illinois fund objects to Greenberg Traurig fees
    A battle is brewing over how funds recovered in the Nik Patel fraud case are being paid out. The Illinois Metropolitan Investment Fund is objecting to $562,761 recently paid to one of the law firms working on the case, Greenberg Traurig. The fund is...
  • No sale: Scottie Pippen home still on market after nearly 8 years

    No sale: Scottie Pippen home still on market after nearly 8 years
    NBA great Scottie Pippen isn't scoring as well in the real estate market. In September 2007, Pippen listed his 10,000-square-foot Fort Lauderdale mansion for sale at just a hair under $15 million. Almost eight years later, Pippen's palace is still...