REAL ESTATE

May 6 2020

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Despite a booming economy, pleasant climate and natural treasures, nearly two-thirds of California’s Bay Area residents say the quality of life here has gotten worse in the last five years, according to a new poll.

Bay Area IPOs to add some fuel to hot housing market

The stream of newly minted, IPO payouts from Lyft – and soon, other tech unicorns – may have Bay Area home sellers dreaming of bigger payouts and buyers wary of even heftier mortgages.

Homelessness is rampant among California community college students. A new bill addresses it

For many college students, academics are an afterthought.

Holly D. Johnson: My husband and I owned three homes before the age of 30 and paid off one mortgage in cash – here’s how we did it

At the end of 2006, my husband and I purchased our first property in Central Indiana – a three-bedroom, two-bath ranch home with a fenced backyard and a two-car garage.

Real estate Q&A: Quiet house is now party central. What can neighbors do?

Q: A neighbor on our quiet street decided to make a motel out of his four-bedroom home. Now we have large groups staying there making noise at all hours and parking in front of other people’s houses. Is our neighbor allowed to do this? – Dan

Real Estate News

Florida International University is building a hotel on its main campus

Florida International University is getting a 150-bed hotel at its Modesto A. Maidique campus in West Miami-Dade. The building will also include a conference center and an alumni center.

Housing vouchers can save people from homelessness. But landlords may not accept them

When Kimberly Dominique received her Section 8 voucher in September, she thought it was the ticket to move out of the Ford Focus she and her 29-year-old son called home.

Mary Wisniewski: New wave of fintech firms are battling for your savings with high yields

It’s something online-only banks compete on: Slapping attractive interest rates on their savings accounts to woo you. But in recent months, your high-yield account options have been multiplying from a newer space as interest rates have perked up from years of near nothingness during the aftermath of the economic crisis.

Miami-Dade County

A new starchitect mega project is coming to Miami. You won’t ever guess where.

Danish star architect Bjarke Ingels’ daring plan to float buildings on stilts over the old Allapattah produce market won the unanimous endorsement of the Miami Commission.

Miami-Dade County

Massive Little Haiti project and $31M aid get initial OK — but not a green light yet

The Magic City Innovation District, a mammoth commercial and residential project that would irrevocably alter Little Haiti, won an initial go-ahead from Miami commissioners on Friday.

Real Estate News

Robert Zangrillo steps away from Little Haiti project after college scam indictment

Robert Zangrillo, one of the main investors in the Magic City Innovation District project in Little Haiti, is stepping back from the project to tend to his legal troubles following his indictment in a nationwide college admissions scam operation. His company Dragon Global will remain a part of the development.

Miami-Dade County

Is $31M deal right for Little Haiti? Miami commission weighs Magic City development

As Miami commissioners consider a proposal to redevelop a swath of Little Haiti, the Magic City Innovation District, they have to assess a plan to accept $31 million for a community trust to control.

Chicago picks Jeanne Gang-led group as architect of O’Hare’s $8.5 billion expansion project

Architect Jeanne Gang, whose city projects have included skyline-changing high-rises, Chicago River boathouses and a college dorm, will lead a team of architects tapped to design the massive $8.5 billion O’Hare International Airport expansion.

Rural America faces a housing cost crunch

The problem of housing affordability, long a concern in popular big cities, has moved to rural America.

This $250K house is on the smallest lot in San Diego

SAN DIEGO – At $250,000, the price tag for a National City home is hard to beat. But it’s about the size of a studio apartment and falling apart.

Dori Zinn: 6 ways to bounce back from bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can feel like you’ve hit rock bottom.

Real estate Q&A: Don’t be a victim; protect yourself when buying or selling property

Q: I am getting ready to sell my house. I spent many years paying off my mortgage and am worried about something terrible happening to my proceeds. I need that money to buy a condo and retire. How can I protect myself? – Randall

Her death was suspicious. Her boyfriend killed himself. Her sister is seeking justice.

After the fiery ‘Sons of Anarchy’ style suicide of Alejandro Aparicio, Valerie Greenberg, sister of late Miami real estate executive Andrea Greenberg, said she is finally ready mourn the loss of her sibling..

Downtown Miami

Waiting for Mana. What does the mogul who owns half of Flagler Street have up his sleeve?

Entrepreneur Moishe Mana, who bought 45 properties along and abutting Miami’s Flagler Street, says he’s finally ready to act. His first move: an art and design university will move to the downtown district.

Trending Stories

Feds are investigating possible Chinese spying at Mar-a-Lago and Cindy Yang, sources say

Ex-Canes star Mark Walton shot by police Taser, then arrested for third time this year

Man dies in Miami after Mexican star punches him in traffic incident. Actor’s left U.S.

Miami healthcare exec Philip Esformes found guilty of paying kickbacks and bribes

‘Extreme’ flight risk: Chinese woman arrested at Mar-a-Lago says she owns $1.3M home, BMW

How much home can you afford?

Skyrocketing real estate prices make finding an affordable home difficult for many South Floridians. This tool shows where you can afford a home and how school quality, safety and annual value growth compare.


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