Real Estate

Real estate agents know they’ll have to have tough conversations with clients from time to time, especially when events in the world affect the industry. Having these conversations in a professional manner is key to maintaining a good relationship with clients in the future. Feel prepared to handle sensitive subjects with your buyers and sellers
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Train stations make great hotels, as it turns out. The latest case in point, Central Station Hotel in Memphis, Tennessee, opened as a hotel in October 2019, after a 22-month renovation. With 123 rooms and an appropriately music-oriented décor, it is located in the thriving South Main District, near the National Civil Rights Museum, Beale
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Foreign purchasers have long comprised a large share of home buyers in South Florida. But this year, they are being outnumbered by California and Northeast U.S. transplants, who viewed the pandemic as a catalyst to relocate from their dense urban areas and high-tax states. The result? Record-low inventory levels of single-family homes in South Florida,
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For Lease sign in window, Queens, New York. Lindsey Nicholson | Education Images | Universal Images Group | Getty Images Once-temporary rent breaks for retailers are expected to become the new standard among landlords, even after pandemic restrictions end and shopping rebounds, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. Mall vacancies in the U.S. hit a
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In this article RDFN INVH Invitation Homes CEO Dallas Tanner told CNBC on Friday the U.S. housing market remains “healthy,” downplaying concerns that the sharp rise in prices during the Covid pandemic is creating bubble-like conditions.  In an interview on “Squawk on the Street,” Tanner said the supply-and-demand dynamics that have contributed to the feverish
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The Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve building in Washington. Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images The Federal Reserve’s new forecasts on interest rates and inflation don’t amount to much for investors and consumers, especially in the short term, according to financial advisors on CNBC’s FA Council. The Fed on Wednesday sped up its timeframe for raising
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The Federal Reserve said Wednesday it will keep its benchmark interest rate near zero despite signs the economic recovery is well underway. But it’s clear rates won’t stay near rock-bottom forever. Recent data showing higher consumer prices and lower unemployment will pave the way for unwinding last year’s bond buying and near-zero interest rates. Fed officials did indicate
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In the past year, home prices rose 10 percent in Tampa, 12 percent in Salt Lake City and 18 percent in Boise. That’s not supposed to happen during a recession. In the first year of the previous recession – in 2008 – the only big market with a gain in prices was Houston, where they
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CNBC.com’s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day’s top business news headlines. On today’s show, Diana Olick breaks down how lumber costs are weighing on homebuilders’ confidence levels. Plus, CNBC.com’s Natalie Zhang explains why teens are benefiting from widespread job openings and higher wages. Also on today’s show. Homebuilder sentiment drops to 10-month low, as construction
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Eliot Bencuya is Co-Founder of real estate investing firms Streitwise and Tryperion Partners. One of the most interesting dynamics I’ve realized working with retail investors is how little investors, sophisticated or otherwise, focus on fees. From what my team has gathered, only a small percentage of investors even ask questions about fees, profit sharing, the structure of
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There’s no public real estate listing for Penthouse B atop London’s super luxury high-rise One Hyde Park. The 18,000-square-foot mega-apartment in the city’s ultra-exclusive Knightbridge section is quietly being offered for sale as a whisper listing. Details of the hushed sale are currently only shared by brokers to prospective buyers via word-of-mouth or discovered in
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Many professionals believe they need to avoid a saturated market because it presents too much competition. However, there are plenty of opportunities for innovation in markets heavy with competitors. Real estate professionals are not immune to an overly saturated market. As such, they’ll need to carefully implement strategies that will enable them to experience successes
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Summer is finally here. If you’re excited to see friends and family, you aren’t the only one. For many of us, this season is sure to be filled with pool parties, patio picnics, and backyard barbecues. So, there has never been a better time than now to refresh your outdoor space. Whether your backyard needs
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