Real Estate

Stocks are in bear market territory, crypto is crashing and recession fears keep rising. Adding to 2022’s turmoil, the housing market is showing troubling signs as rising interest rates result in reduced mortgage activity and job cuts after two years of surging growth. Major brokerages, mortgage lenders, and property-tech companies have all announced varying degrees
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Historic Glyndon is an unincorporated gem in Maryland’s Baltimore County. Part Baltimore suburb and part bucolic countryside, the village itself is filled with Victorian homes and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The turn-of-the-20th-century community started as a summer resort. The two-story farmhouse has nearly 9,000 square feet of living space. Long &
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Second homes are the stuff of fantasy. Not a necessity, like primary residences, they are often expressions of the ways homeowners love to spend leisure time, whether at a pied-a-terre close to the theater, opera, museums and other urban attractions, a house along an isolated stretch of beach, an island getaway, a luxurious apartment on
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In American suburbs spawned in the post-war era, sidewalks largely existed for show. Everyone drove everywhere; few would have been caught dead walking. In such a municipality, it was implausible you’d make a new acquaintance on the street, unless you exchanged names, numbers and insurers after being involved in a fender bender. Like artificial turf,
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Leading design and remodeling platform Houzz published its 2022 Summer Survey today and it’s chock full of wellness-related design trends. The survey measures searches on its massive site in the first quarter of 2022, with comparisons to the same period last year. Searches don’t necessarily translate to 2022 sales, but indicate strong consumer interest that
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You’ve navigated the endless challenges of the pandemic, from rising prices to self-guided tours of models, and signed on the dotted line to ensure that perfect next home is yours. Problem is, now you have to furnish the place. It turns out the normally-hassle-free process of finding sofas, tables, chairs and beds is equally problem-plagued
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Juneteenth, known as Freedom Day, Emancipation Day, Jubilee Day and Liberation Day, commemorates the day in 1865 when the federal army reached Texas to ensure that enslaved people in the state were freed. Union General Gordon Granger brought news of the end of the war and the Emancipation Proclamation, which had been signed more than
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