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Fort Lauderdale Gets Its Day in the Sun

March 20, 2017 | No Comments

Alexia Fodere for The Wall Street Journal Florida’s Fort Lauderdale, once known for spring-break revelers, is today more likely to draw business moguls seeking relief from state income taxes. Home prices are rising, boosted by low inventory and a swelling population. In an analysis of luxury sales, defined as the top 10% of the market, […]

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‘This Is Really Bad’: Tarek and Christina El Moussa Botch Things on ‘Flip or Flop’

March 20, 2017 | No Comments

Fox News Will Tarek and Christina El Moussa ever learn? Apparently not, because on the latest episode of “Flip or Flop,” they’re in such a tizzy to get their hands on a bungalow in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, that they do the unthinkable: They buy it without even taking a peek inside. Plus, they pay through the […]

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We Went There: The Musical Estate of a Recording Industry Legend

March 20, 2017 | No Comments

Leon Bennett/WireImage; realtor.com When you have the opportunity to visit the birthplace of a few of your favorite songs, your ears perk up. And when the tour is personally guided by Billy Rose, president of The Agency, you quickly carve out space in your calendar. Making beautiful music The legendary “music guy,” as Ron Fair likes to […]

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The One Thing Everyone Should Do (but Never Does) Before Buying a House

March 20, 2017 | No Comments

BartekSzewczyk/iStock Sometime in my mid-20s, I decided I wanted to stay in the Maryland area and buy a home. I could afford a mortgage around $1,500 per month based on my expenses—mostly student loan payments—and salary. If I found the perfect home, I could stretch to afford around $1,750 per month. As I searched for my future […]

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Top 10 Cities Where Downtown Is Making a Comeback

March 20, 2017 | No Comments

Downtown Pittsburgh | f11photo/iStock In some respects, “downtown” is a uniquely American invention—considered by die-hard urbanites to be as much a state of mind as a physical location. But make no mistake: Downtown is also a place. The term was coined in New York in the early 19th century to describe the lower tip of Manhattan, […]

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Fashion Policeman Brad Goreski Selling His Stylish Holmby Hills Home

March 17, 2017 | No Comments

Craig Barritt/Getty Images for iHeart This is your chance to peek inside the fabulous home of style guru Brad Goreski and his writer/producer husband, Gary Janetti. The couple is selling their gorgeous Holmby Hills home for $3.8 million—and you can dish on the decor the same way Goreski dissects celebrity ensembles on “Fashion Police.” In 2012, the duo shelled out $2.3 million for […]

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No Room for a Man Cave? Squeeze Into a Mini Man Cave Instead

March 17, 2017 | No Comments

Norma Zuniga/Getty Images When it comes to man caves, the latest thinking is that bigger isn’t necessarily better. Case in point: Men are now carving out “mini man caves” in, um, closets. It’s sort of sad, yes. But this is a real trend. Even celebs are doing it! Just ask Matt Rutler, the soon-to-be husband of pop […]

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8 Staircase Decorating Ideas That Raise the Bar, From Railings to Risers

March 17, 2017 | No Comments

If you think your home’s staircase is just a way of getting to the second floor, think again. The stairs are a focal point of your home—and often the first thing that your guests or, if you’re selling, a potential buyer will see when they walk in your front door. If the wood is dinged, […]

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Free the Weekend: 5 Household Chores You Can Totally Skip

March 17, 2017 | No Comments

Tetra Images/Getty Images Ah, the weekend. So full of hope and promise! The hours you’ll have just to binge on Netflix, hang out with friends, try that complicated soufflé you saw on “The Great British Baking Show.” It will be glorious. That is until Friday night, when you inevitably realize that weekends are only 48 […]

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Washington’s Most Expensive Listing Is a $28M Cattle Ranch on Vashon Island

March 17, 2017 | No Comments

realtor.com Seattle is no stranger to luxury real estate—typically waterfront mansions bought and sold by executives at Amazon, Starbucks, Boeing, and Microsoft. So it’s no shocker that Washington’s most expensive listing is located just outside Seattle. However, this pricey property stands out: Clocking in at nearly 526 acres, Misty Isle Farms is a working cattle ranch […]

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