Press Release Category: Real Estate

Buyers Are Willing To Pay More For Homes That Mix Work And Play

Outdoor space with areas for lounging, dining and entertaining continues to be a priority for … [+] pandemic-era home buyers. getty In a market where home values are hitting new record highs, multifunctional homes with features that accommodate both work and play are fetching even higher prices than the competition. Zillow’s 2022 Home Features That…

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Give In To Madness In These Brooklyn Screening Rooms

The screening room at Brooklyn Crossing is a great example of the March Madness viewing … [+] opportunities available at high-end Brooklyn multifamily properties. VMI Studio for IF Studio Those who live for the NCAA Basketball Tournament every March know this is more than a sporting event. It’s a religion, one that requires strategic placement…

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How Tripalink Is Elevating Life For Young Renters

Co-living elevated Daniel_Borrat_Photography The real estate industry isn’t exactly known for finding dynamic solutions to common problems. Yet, that is how Tripalink, which is a real estate brand that develops and manages co-living and standard apartments came to be. When Founder and CEO, Donghao Li had a challenging experience renting an apartment as an international…

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L.A. New Construction Is Selling Out Fast As The Buyer Pool Trends Younger

When it comes to new construction in West Hollywood, quality residences hardly spend any time on … [+] market before being scooped up by cash-flush buyers. Hilton & Hyland Fueled by recent statewide housing legislation and the continued housing shortage, the city of Los Angeles is seeing a sharp increase in new construction. In areas…

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The ‘Green Lease’ Is The Next Phase Of Built Environment Sustainability

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ – JULY 15: Employees of SunEdison install photovoltaic solar panels on the roof of … [+] a Kohl’s Department Store on July 15, 2008 in Hillsborough, New Jersey. Company engineers estimate Kohl’s will be able to reduce their electricity usage on average by 25% once power begins flowing from the 1980 rooftop panels.…

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Exploring Florida’s Merritt Island: A Space Coast Peninsula With A Rocketing Market

The sun rises over the Atlantic Ocean at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge on the Space … [+] Coast of Florida. getty With a landscape of sun-soaked coastal dunes, saltwater marshes and mesic forests—as well as a warm, wet climate—the eastern Florida seaside town of Merritt Island can often resemble a tropical island. “The…

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$15-Million Tudor Estate In A Wealthy Boston Enclave Has A Story To Tell

The brick Tudor home is set in the Boston suburb of Wellesley, Massachusetts. Bassick Real Estate Advisors Dig into the property records of a sprawling older house in a wealthy Boston suburb and one will occasionally come up with the name of a notable former owner.  Although this brick Tudor in Wellesley, Massachusetts, dates to the late…

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Technology To The Rescue Vs. Construction Labor Shortage

Technology has begun to address the worker shortage, one of the most vexing issues facing the … [+] construction field. Newsday via Getty Images The labor shortage has for months been among the most excruciating pain points for U.S. companies. No sector has felt the sting more than American small business. In September, the National…

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Catastrophe Report Warns Of The High Price Tag Of Damage From Extreme Weather Events

Long-term changes in climate can directly or indirectly affect many aspects of society in … [+] potentially disruptive ways. AFP via Getty Images A new climate change catastrophe report by CoreLogic, a real estate data analytics provider, takes a look at how many homes were affected in 2021 by hurricanes, severe weather, winter storms and…

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Wellness Design Provides Benefits To Individuals on The Autism Spectrum

Adaptive interior designer Shelly Rosenberg and her special needs son in his room with safe task … [+] lighting. Shelly Rosenberg “Autism is dramatically on the rise, and the prevalence rate has nearly tripled since 2000,” declares Connecticut-based child psychologist and author of It’s Gonna Be OK: Proven Ways to Reverse Your Child’s Mental Health…

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