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Here’s Why The California Real Estate Market Is Hot

California is experiencing a fast and furious housing market like no other in terms of sales and prices.

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Mortgage demand from homebuyers surges 40% from a year ago amid sales spree

Mortgage applications to purchase a home rose 3% last week compared with the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.

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Occupational Therapists Enable Independent Living For Seniors Through Wellness Design Interventions

If your health is exemplary, if you have no physical or mobility challenges, if completing tasks you’ve always handled with ease is still easy and if no one in your life suffers from any of these difficulties, you may never cross paths with an occupational therapist. You’d probably be the exception.

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Sir David Adjaye’s Lost House: The Dramatic London House Asks $8.2 Million

The 2004-built house in King’s Cross has a glamorous black interior with colorful accents, an indoor lap pool, and an internal fish pond

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In Bristol, England, apartments sit on stilts and use solar power

The eleven apartments boast a number of sustainable features.

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WeWork Bets On Outdoor Spaces For The COVID Era

Working outdoors is safer than being inside, but is it enough to send people back to WeWork?

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5 Ways To Help Rent-Stabilized Tenants In NYC

Rent-stabilized tenants now live in apartment buildings that are likely to deteriorate over time.

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Three Ways To Thrive As A Real Estate Agent

During Covid-19 and beyond, there are a few steps real estate agents can take to build their success.

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Advising Clients Through Disastrous Real Estate Market Conditions

This is a time for the broker and professional service advisors of all stripes to study up and be prepared to offer vetted and reliable information.

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Connecting The Dots With Rental Collection Data And Pandemic Policies

Through a window to the larger residential rental market, a trend of relative normalcy emerges thanks in part to policies enacted during the pandemic.