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6 Home Appraisal Myths You Need to Stop Believing Immediately

May 3, 2017 | No Comments

iStock; realtor.com Putting your home up for sale can be an emotional endeavor. After you come to terms with saying goodbye to a place where you created countless memories, some stranger with a clipboard comes along and puts a value on what’s priceless to you. And that assessment has the power to tank the entire sale. Yes, […]

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Comedian Norm Crosby’s Hollywood Hills Home Is Listed for First Time in 50 Years

May 2, 2017 | No Comments

Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images If these walls could laugh, the new owners of 89-year-old comedian Norm Crosby‘s house would never get any rest. The legendary “Master of Malaprop” just put his house on the market for the first time in 50 years, and listing agent Josh Altman is confident it won’t last long. The $6 million price is more […]

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After WWE Brawl, ‘House of Horrors’ Could Be Yours for $36,000

May 2, 2017 | No Comments

Gary Gershoff/WireImage; Bob Levey/WireImage; realtor.com As if wrestling couldn’t get any more gimmicky, Sunday’s WWE “Payback” match between Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt began outside the ring—in a house! That’s right, these wrestlers kicked off their brawl by pummeling each other inside a “House of Horrors,” which appeared to take as many blows as the fighters themselves. Which got everyone wondering: Where is […]

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‘Flip or Flop Vegas’: Will Couple’s Cringeworthy Choice Actually Work?

May 2, 2017 | No Comments

HGTV Aubrey and Bristol Marunde of “Flip or Flop Vegas” rarely play it safe when renovating a house. As proof, in the latest episode, “Go Bold or Go Home,” they choose a paint color combo that truly makes us cringe, initially. Granted, the 2,2000-square-foot property near Nellis Air Force Base they bought in a short sale needs work. Lots of work! Built in […]

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Cool Carport Ideas That’ll Put Garages to Shame

May 2, 2017 | No Comments

A carport may sound like a fancy British way to say “garage,” but it’s actually much more—or, to be accurate, much less. That’s because a carport, unlike a garage, is merely a covering to protect your car (or motorcycle or boat) from rain, sun, and snow. Open on three or four sides, carports provides shelter from the elements, […]

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Shaun White Resets Property Portfolio and Picks Up Malibu Home

May 2, 2017 | No Comments

Donna Ward/Getty Images Pro snowboarder and Olympic gold medalist Shaun White is going for the gold in real estate. At the end of last year, he picked up a house on Malibu’s Point Dume in an off-market sale for $10.75 million. It’s a two-bed, three-bathroom, 2,164-square-foot house with a pool and Pacific views. The house sits on […]

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How to Get a Mortgage: A Step-by-Step Guide for Home Buyers

May 2, 2017 | No Comments

AlexanderNovikov/iStock If you want to buy a house but don’t have oodles of cash lying around, you’ll need to learn how to get a mortgage—that all-important home loan used to purchase property that you will then pay back for years or even decades to come. The vast majority of home buyers need a mortgage to achieve their […]

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How to Get a Loan for a Mobile Home

May 1, 2017 | No Comments

clubfoto/iStock Mobile homes—or manufactured homes (read on for the difference)—are a much more affordable way to own your own place. Today’s models can often be as spacious and beautiful as a traditionally built house, often for a fraction of the price. Still, though, the nice ones aren’t exactly cheap: According to affordable housing research organization CFED, mobile homes cost an […]

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Buy the Brooklyn Townhouse Where Barack Obama Lived

May 1, 2017 | No Comments

realtor.com; Scott Olson/Getty Images Barack Obama will forever be known as a resident of the White House, but let’s not forget the New York City homes where he resided during his formative years. It’s known that during his junior year at Columbia University, Obama lived in a two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit at 142 W. 109th St. […]

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Arizona’s Soaring Falcon Nest Is the Tallest Home in the U.S.

May 1, 2017 | No Comments

realtor.com For those unfamiliar with the suburbs, neighbors there often engage in a friendly arms race to keep their house looking the best on the block. Some try to keep their lawns finely manicured. Some try new shades of paint. However, a suburbanite in Arizona decisively solved the problem by building a house so tall you can’t even see any […]

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