Uncover the Unusual: 7 Cool and Unique Adventures in Louisville

[ad_1] Louisville, Kentucky, is a city known for its rich history, vibrant culture and − of course − its derby races and legendary bourbon.  But, if you’re looking to venture off the beaten path and experience something truly unique and unusual, Louisville has plenty of hidden gems to offer. Whether you’re a local seeking a … Read more

Backyard bars are summer’s big trend

[ad_1] Pod O’Sullivan’s outdoor kitchen is one of two in the world with Guinness beer on tap, according to the Guinness Factory in Ireland. Picture: David Swift Sydneysiders are finding new ways to keep cool ahead of what’s expected to be a sweltering summer with unique backyard drinking holes. The spike in temperature has seen … Read more

9 Best Train Rides for Scenery Watching in the U.S.

[ad_1] As the summer heat gives way to crisp fall air and the leaves begin to change colors, there’s no better way to embrace the beauty of autumn and winter than by embarking on a scenic train ride through some of the most stunning landscapes in the United States.  Each of these train rides promises … Read more

Unveiling the Future with 6 Exciting Proptech Trends

[ad_1] If you are here, let’s talk about something that’s totally shaking up the real estate scene – proptech solutions from Otakoyi and other real estate software development companies. It’s this blend of property and technology that’s turning the whole industry upside down, from the way we buy and sell to how we find the … Read more

Mortgage rates get close to the yearly high of 7.49%

[ad_1] Mortgage rates and the bond market Last week was wild for the 10-year yield, as the key support line that I have been talking about for weeks broke after the Fed meeting, sending the 10-year yield to highs last seen in 2007. The 10-year yield fell on Friday, bringing some relief, but we got … Read more

Cash-Out Refinance vs. HELOC: What’s the Difference?

[ad_1] In this article If you’ve built equity in your properties, you may be eligible to cash it out and use it for other purposes. Using the equity in your investment properties is a great way to fund home improvements, expand your real estate portfolio, or consolidate debt. Many investors have two options when tapping … Read more

Well-known Oakwood estate listed for $2.2 million

[ad_1] A well-known estate in Oakwood has hit the market for the first time in decades. The home was built in 1925 and sits on over two acres. The five-bedroom, four-bath home has over 6,000 square feet of living space. [ad_2] 2023-09-24 10:45:49 #Wellknown #Oakwood #estate #listed #million Source link

Valley luxury homebuilder makes a splash with over-the-top backyard amenity

[ad_1] Competition among luxury homebuilders to create the most lavish mansions with over-the-top entertainment features has spurred one entrepreneur — a former NFL player — to create a new over-the-top backyard experience. [ad_2] 2023-09-24 09:55:00 #Valley #luxury #homebuilder #splash #overthetop #backyard #amenity Source link

The 10-Year Real Estate Retirement Plan

[ad_1] If you know how to use your home equity, you can retire MUCH faster than most Americans. For the majority of homeowners, equity is just something to sit on, not something worth using. But what if you could convert your home equity into rental properties, cash flow, or even more appreciation? Where would you … Read more

Unley Park character homes comes with stunning secret garden

[ad_1] News Corp Australia Network 10 Whistler Ave, Unley Park. Picture: supplied. Get back to nature in an Unley Park home that blurs the boundaries between the indoors and the outdoors. Vendors Shona and Kym bought the property at 10 Whistler Ave in 2016 – seven years later, they’ve listed it for sale with a … Read more

Bonnie & Neil: Popular homewares duo list delightful Coburg digs

[ad_1] The pair’s Coburg home at 7 Queen St is on the market. A Coburg home renovated by popular homewares duo Bonnie & Neil has hit the market. Former New Zealander and florist Bonnie Ashley and carpenter Neil Downie started a line of textiles, ceramics and furniture items in 2010. They have since become some … Read more

Sunday stunner: Bush oasis with deck for days

[ad_1] The property at 450 Miles Road, Eva Valley, is on the market with a price guide of $699,000. Picture: realestate.com.au An acreage property with huge entertainer’s shed, pool and pod-style living is attracting strong interest after hitting the Top End property market. Selling agent Rachel Baldock, of Elders Real Estate Darwin, said the 8ha … Read more

Speedy sale: $3.5m cash for hinterland home with hidden front door

[ad_1] News Corp Australia First published 24 Sep 2023, 6:00am News Corp Australia Network This property at 15 Durham Plc, Glenview, sold for $3.5m in less than a week to a cash buyer. Finding the “unicorn block” in the Sunshine Coast hinterland pocket of Glenview called for a “unicorn house” and that’s exactly what 15 … Read more

Cush for Comment: Low rental vacancy rates ‘an inevitability’

[ad_1] News Corp Australia Network Haesley Cush shares his concerns on rental vacancies for the upcoming new year.​ I’m starting to get a bit concerned about January. Every year in January, rental enquiry spikes. Anyone who has been around the rental industry knows it and plans around it. Landlords aim to get their leases to … Read more

10 Myths New Real Estate Agents Still Believe (But Shouldn’t)

[ad_1] No one can predict the future of real estate, but you can prepare. Find out what to prepare for and pick up the tools you’ll need at Virtual Inman Connect on Nov. 1-2, 2023. And don’t miss Inman Connect New York on Jan. 23-25, 2024, where AI, capital and more will be center stage. Bet big on the … Read more

What to Ask When Interviewing a Buyer’s Agent

[ad_1] Are you wondering what to ask a buyer’s agent before hiring them? Buyer agents play a crucial role in real estate transactions. They provide services such as guiding buyers through the home buying process, offering expertise in the local market, and assisting with negotiation and closing. Understanding the difference between buyer and seller’s agents … Read more

Bound to Impress: 4 Homes with Handsome Libraries – Sotheby´s International Realty

[ad_1] From strikingly stately to warm and wood-clad, these four libraries are ideal for displaying and enjoying a collection of treasured tomes. Elegant Upper East Side Townhouse Serena Boardman | Sotheby’s International Realty – East Side Manhattan Brokerage This light-filled six-level townhouse on one of the Upper East Side’s most desirable blocks unites classic inspiration … Read more

Understanding What They Are and How To Use Them

[ad_1] In this article Assuming a mortgage might be a possibility when buying a property, but it’s not always in the buyer’s best interest or allowed. Understanding how an assumed loan works, what the mortgage lender requires, and what financial and legal considerations you have can help you decide if it’s the right choice for … Read more

Bombshell, Mutiny, Mild Recession: Catch Up With Inman’s Top 5

[ad_1] No one can predict the future, but you can prepare. Find out what to prepare for and pick up the tools you’ll need at the immersive Virtual Inman Connect on Nov. 1-2, 2023. And don’t miss Inman Connect New York on Jan. 23-25, 2024, where AI, capital, and more will be center stage. Bet big on the roaring … Read more

MeridianLink Survey Reveals Declining Confidence in Home Affordability

[ad_1] MeridianLink® (NYSE: MLNK), a provider of modern software platforms for financial institutions and consumer reporting agencies, has announced the results of a nationwide survey of over 1,000 Americans regarding consumer behavior and expectations during the mortgage lending process.  The survey reveals that:  31% of Americans are less confident in their ability to afford a home … Read more

9 Fall-Friendly Social Media Ideas To Spice Up Your Marketing

[ad_1] Coach and author Darryl Davis shows you how to get more engagement and create conversations with this autumnal social media marketing plan that’s ideal for the season. Fall is here (cue the pumpkin spice references). For real estate agents, it’s the perfect time to have some fun and create attention-grabbing posts that will attract … Read more

Fractional Home Ownership—Smart Investment Or Real Estate Scam?

[ad_1] Casa Estrada Miami Pacaso If you’ve been looking for a second home, vacation home, or pied a terre—you might have encountered an emerging trend called “fractional home ownership.” At an initial glance, it feels a bit like Timeshares 2.0—but it’s a different concept entirely. “Fractional home ownership is a real estate model where multiple … Read more

Why I’m Pivoting to Astrology As An Interior Designer In 2023

[ad_1] Far surpassing syndicated horoscope columns by the likes of Jeane Dixon, the market for astrology-adjacent products is projected to nearly double between 2021 and 2031, when it’s estimated to reach $22.8 billion, in part through sales of everything from zodiac-inspired jewelry by Dior to an entire galaxy of mobile applications, which alone reached nearly … Read more

A lesson on California housing from the billionaires planning a new city

[ad_1] A cadre of Silicon Valley elites is drawing fierce criticism from local residents and environmentalists for planning a new city on the outskirts of the Bay Area, a project dubbed “California Forever.” But the effort should be applauded for revealing a truth about California’s failed housing policies. This group of California’s most influential wants … Read more

Should We Oust Our Co-op Managing Agent and Find Another?

[ad_1] Q. I live in a large co-op building in the West Village. Our central air-conditioning has been spotty, and on 22 different days this summer, building management shut it off. We’d get very little notice — one day, management gave us a 30-minute warning. Then they shut the air-conditioning off for good in early … Read more

How to Make an IRRESISTIBLE Offer Through Creative Financing

[ad_1] Creative financing can be a powerful tool to help you get YOUR first property in the bag. In this episode, Ashley and Tony explain the biggest differences between hard money, private money, and traditional lending, as well as which options will make your offer irresistible to a seller! Welcome back to another Rookie Reply! … Read more

How to Buy Your FIRST Rental by The End of THIS Year

[ad_1] If you listen to this episode, you’ll be able to buy a rental property in the next ninety days. That means by the end of 2023, you could have passive income flowing in and equity building on your behalf. But how do you get there, especially during a tough housing market like we find … Read more

Michigan Home Inspection Guide for Homebuyers

[ad_1] When it comes to purchasing a house in Detroit or exploring homes for sale in Grand Rapids, a crucial step in the real estate journey is a thorough home inspection. Michigan’s diverse housing market offers a wide range of properties, each with its unique charm and potential pitfalls.  Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or … Read more