Residential

A pilot program has been introduced in Los Angeles County that will encourage homeowners to build a second dwelling on their properties that will provide housing house homeless people
A pilot program has been introduced in Los Angeles County that will encourage homeowners to build a second dwelling on their properties that will provide housing house homeless people.   According to a Los Angeles Daily News report, the county’s board of supervisors approved the program this week... Keep Reading....
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has allocated an additional $178.5 million to help hard-hit areas in several states that have yet to see a full recovery from severe flooding that occurred in 2015 and 2016
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has allocated an additional $178.5 million to help hard-hit areas in several states that have yet to see a full recovery from severe flooding that occurred in 2015 and 2016.    The grants are provided through HUD’s Community Development Block... more
Luxury home prices recorded a year-over-year boost of 7.5 percent during the second quarter and reached an average of $1.79 million
Luxury home prices recorded a year-over-year boost of 7.5 percent during the second quarter and reached an average of $1.79 million, according to data released by Redfin. In comparison, the average price for non-luxury homes was $336,000, up seven percent year-over-year—and this marks the first... more
Having a home next to the President of the United States could have advantages
Having a home next to the President of the United States could have advantages. Case in point: the residence adjacent to President Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate in Florida has sold for $8.6 million.   According to a Palm Beach Daily News report, the two-story, seven-bedroom residence with 9,220-square... more
The Brooklyn residence of the most notorious crime boss of the 1920s is now available for $2.4 million
The Brooklyn residence of the most notorious crime boss of the 1920s is now available for $2.4 million.   According to Realtor.com, Al Capone lived at the townhouse on Garfield Place in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn in the early 1900s. But today’s property has been completely renovated and... more