Real Estate

The late night host also presented another intriguing real estate scenario that drew quite a reaction.
Think twice before you invest in a top-of-the-line kitchen remodel.
“We don’t think it’s constructive to get into the causes of sea level rise. But we see flooding issues, and we’re addressing it.”
The 56,500-square-foot estate formerly belonging to the late TV producer just set an LA County record, according to a report.
It's not just you -- rental homes and apartments are getting more expensive across the country.
In 1910, rural black families held between 16 million and 19 million acres of farmland. Active farms how account 2.5 million acres.
“It’s a bloodbath ... all seemingly due to the five letters on the front of the building," Hayes quips.
Although slave labor created the economic basis of U.S. agriculture, the long-term effects of racism and systemic discrimination from U.S. Department of Agriculture programs continue to sideline African American farmers from land ownership.
As Los Angeles landlords renovate units to reap the benefits of a high-priced rental market, renters are being pushed out.
The Climate Mobilization Act lays the groundwork for New York City's own Green New Deal.
“There was a lack of committed leadership, committed resource.”
The share of Hong Kong households led by single women, whether never-married or divorced, jumped to 47.1% in 2006 from just 25.8% two decades earlier.
The bill, expected to be signed into law this week, would limit rent increases and require reasons for some evictions.
White House adviser Jared Kushner remains a key stakeholder in the family business.
The federal government shutdown could spike eviction rates nationwide.
It might be illegal for landlords to evict tenants because the government hasn't paid rent subsidies, but they might try it anyway.
The nation is not keeping pace with repairing and replacing more than 400,000 affordable rentals.
With sea levels rising in Miami, "climate gentrification" is driving up prices in high-ground areas, pushing people out of working-class neighborhoods.