Today’s real estate news from RE-Insider, the California-based real estate news service for Realtors, brokers, investment companies and first time home buyers.

Run On The Banks: Cities Growing With Riverfront Development

For all too many years, many if not most American cities turned their backs on the rivers responsible for their very existence. The thinking held that banks along those tributaries were best left to factories, warehouses, and industrial real estate. If detritus associated with manufacturing needed trashing, well, the rivers provided a prime dumping spot.

By |2022-05-21T09:56:08-07:00May 20th, 2022|Industry News|

$12-Million Contemporary Offers A Timeless Sophistication In Las Vegas

The Ridges in Summerlin is a guard-gated residential village in the Las Vegas, Nevada, area. The nearly 800-acre community centers on the 18-hole Bear’s Best Las Vegas golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus and features desert contemporary homes. “It’s one of the nicest luxury communities in the city,” says listing agent Ivan Sher of The

By |2022-05-21T09:56:09-07:00May 20th, 2022|Industry News|

Our Inflation Dilemma: What The Fed Won’t Tell You

I’m about to tell you everything the Fed doesn’t want to say to you.  Let’s start with the obvious: Most of us don’t like to see interest rates rise. Sure, it’s nice to make a little bit of extra money off our savings accounts, but the higher cost of mortgages, consumer loans, and all other forms

By |2022-05-20T09:52:37-07:00May 20th, 2022|Industry News|

Summer Is Here, And More Bosses Are Making Vacations Mandatory

Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to LinkedinSome of Wall Street’s hard-charging Masters of the Universe can take solace from the plummeting stock market with a new perk: No limit to their vacation days. Earlier this week, headlines touted how an internal Goldman Sachs memo said partners and managing directors will now have what many employers

By |2022-05-20T09:53:28-07:00May 20th, 2022|Industry News|

Into a Terra-Cotta Dreamland

Parkchester, a pioneering middle-income apartment complex, was built in the East Bronx by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company starting in 1938. The sprawling complex’s ambitious ornamental program included more than a thousand whimsical terra-cotta sculptures, including vivid, larger-than-life figures like this muse. In recent years, some 45 of these signature artworks have been unceremoniously removed

By |2022-05-20T09:53:21-07:00May 20th, 2022|Industry News|
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