Real Estate

Is “deal or no deal” a popular refrain from a successful game show or is it the voice of real estate investors who are growing concerned about the potential repeal of Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code?   A recent read of the Biden/Harris tax plan reveals a $4 trillion tax hike, and one
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In yet another sign of the white-hot residential market in Florida, Guggenheim Partners chief investment officer Scott Minerd bought a pair of penthouses in Miami for $12.5 million, sources familiar with the transaction tell Forbes. The purchases comprise an entire floor of the 51-story Biscayne Beach tower, in what appears to form the largest penthouse
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Is it possible to create flexible and health-conscious yet unconfined residential interiors for the post-pandemic age? The architects at prolific New York City architectural firm CetraRuddy believe so. The innovative and malleable interior designs they created over the past few months are applicable not only during quarantines of the kind endured lately, but also during
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There’s more executive turmoil swirling at Better.com, one of the mortgage industry’s hottest new startups, and it’s hitting just days after reports that SoftBank is investing $500 million of new funding that values the business at $6 billion. Elana Knoller, Better’s chief product officer, has been placed on administrative leave following allegations of bullying and
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If you’re a real estate owner or investor, you may have noticed a significant increase in insurance costs compared to previous years. In fact, renewal increases have jumped 20% year-over-year, according to Q3 2020 data from Marsh’s Global Insurance Market Index, a measure of global commercial insurance premium pricing. “This increased expense can affect a
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Dig deep enough through the history of almost any Los Angeles home and you’ll likely come across a tie to Hollywood—whether it’s as an owner, former resident, house-flipper, or guest. This classic residence in the Spaulding Square neighborhood of Los Angeles has twice been home to showbiz types. Seven years ago, director-turned-period renovator/designer Steven Antin
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There is perhaps no business more grounded in community than real estate. As trusted advisors to people looking for a place they can call home, real estate agents and brokers have an influential role in promoting and developing communities in the markets they serve. It is for this reason that operating with integrity and mindfully
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Mike McMullen is the CEO of Prominence Homes and the author of Build. Rent. Sell. Repeat!  Scaling a business challenges many founders. The process is difficult, confusing and tedious, and it requires a unique skill set. The benefits are obvious (more revenue, more opportunities, etc.) but the risks are sizable as well. Perhaps so many founders fail
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Serial trophy home buyer Larry Ellison has added another prize to his vast real estate collection after purchasing an $80 million mansion in North Palm Beach this week, the third largest oceanfront home in the posh Florida county. The six-acre property—inside a gated community—boasts more than 500 feet of ocean frontage in a neighborhood that includes
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According to 2020 Year-End: Life Science National Overview & Top Market Clusters, a recent report from Newmark, both tenant and institutional investor demand for life science real estate remains vibrant. Low lab vacancy rates in life science markets reflect substantial appetite and limited supply of existing wet lab space. While prime drawing cards like Boston
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