Francine Hardaway's bill from her condominium homeowners association arrived unexpectedly by email in May.
A 49-year-old man has decided to put his house up for sale for £80,000; however, he's willing to accept bitcoin for it too.
"I could really use that $200,000 right now" my friend Brad told me over dinner.
My analysis below highlights how out of scope house prices are from end-user, shelter-buyer, employment & income fundamentals in the most economically important cities.
UN Technocrats now suggest that urbanites should be 'open minded' and dream up 'innovative solutions' to create the cities of the future. This is nonsense, however, because the decisions have already been made and models have already been bui
This tiny greenhouse is going to change the lives of future residents.
Fastest Pace In At Least 30 Years
According to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions published earlier today, vacant property rates are once again increasing in many markets across the country but perhaps not for the reasons you might think.
A Canadian company, Leckie Studio Architecture + Design, based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada has created a design for an incredible off-grid home that can be assembled, pretty much anywhere by a team of four in less than a week. If you h
Komaransky bought the mansion back in 2014 and offered to pay for it with bitcoin. The previous owner didn't accept his offer but, now that Komaransky is putting it back on the market, he decided to give buyers the option to pay for it with bitcoin
Once upon a time, a nonexistent income tax (Connecticut became the last state in the US to adopt an income tax in the early 1990s) and low property taxes - not to mention the gold coast tableau of beautiful beaches and lush greenery - made Greenwich,
Following last month's bounce in permits (later revised lower), September expectations were for a decline of 2.1% (presumably analysts knew of the storms' potential impact when they guessed) but it utterly collapsed - down 4.5%.
Even more impressive is their commitment to create the house with the latest technologies to make sure that the structure uses as little energy as possible.