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The pandemic has dramatically reshaped real estate — but that doesn't mean home prices have suddenly become cheap. Explore what's happened in key cities from Sydney to London to New York bloomberg.com/graphics/2021-… via @business
Wait a sec-- kids in California have been learning remotely THIS WHOLE TIME?? No wonder everyone in California left the state during Covid! wsj.com/articles/in-l-… via @WSJ
Since 2016, L.A. homes that have sold for more than $100 million have averaged 24,000 square feet on about six acres. Media mogul Byron Allen is building a Beverly Hills megamansion therealdeal.com/la/2021/05/04/…
"Oh wow, I really can't wait to miss work tomorrow to supervise virtual school for my first grader because he inexplicably still has some remote days." --No Parent Ever
Montana’s Climbing Arrow Ranch, which is believed to be one of the largest private undeveloped properties in the Rocky Mountain West, has hit the market for $136.25 million. wsj.com/articles/one-o… via @WSJ
ok Twitter: i desperately need a new show to binge watch, and it turns out Handmaid's Tale is giving me nightmares. (Notwithstanding the presence of Rory from Gilmore Girls.) Who has suggestions?
So if you're going to enter into an arrangement like this, I would strongly encourage a pre or postnup, or some kind of written agreement, so that you're compensated for all our unpaid work if the marriage ends, which happens more often than we like to think. [End of thread]
Staying home to care for your kids is work-- difficult, often tedious work-- that you are not being paid for monetarily. As Meghan Markle discovered, there is no HR department if you have a problem. There are no benefits. There is no negotiating the hours or switching bosses.
And many people are being forced, fully or partially, out of the workforce because of the pandemic, not choosing to work less. But for those women who are lucky enough to be able to choose the option of going to part-time work, here are a few things I would consider:
So first I would say, yes of course working less is far more enjoyable than working more.
oh boy, do i have opinions about this. THREAD theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
This is crazy. “It was the biggest mistake of my life.” How a Syrian sailor wound up trapped for four years on a seized cargo ship. wsj.com/articles/sailo… via @WSJ
This is definitely what it looks like when we go on family excursions with the kids. Definitely no crying, whining or asking for snacks. twitter.com/KensingtonRoya…
Jon Stewart’s old penthouse trades for 26% less therealdeal.com/2021/04/27/jon…
Any recent Jersey Shore buyers out there who want to speak to me for a WSJ story? My DM's are open! I'm looking for someone who bought in the last few months.
Fully inoculated people don’t need to wear masks for many outside activities, the CDC said, building on guidance on small gatherings and travel for those with the Covid-19 shot wsj.com/articles/cdc-e… via @WSJ
During the pandemic, women’s participation in the labor force plummeted to levels not seen since the mid-1980s. While men also saw significant losses, mothers are returning to the workplace more slowly than fathers. wsj.com/articles/nearl… via @WSJ
Some froth for your morning coffee: Case-Shiller national house price composite up 12% yoy in February, the biggest recorded jump since Feb 2006
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Across the U.S., the number of people making moves that they defined as permanent was up a modest 3% between March 2020 and February 2021. bloomberg.com/graphics/2021-… via @BBGVisualData
Despite talk of mass moves to Florida and Texas, data shows most people who did move stayed close to where they came from—although Sun Belt regions that were popular even before the pandemic did see gains. bloomberg.com/graphics/2021-… via @BBGVisualData
Florida is the most expensive state for homeowners insurance—and rising premiums are becoming almost too much to bear wsj.com/articles/insur… via @WSJ
“In many ways, the fundamentals in the data show that Austin is the next Austin." How the Pandemic Did, and Didn’t, Change Where Americans Move nytimes.com/interactive/20…
The trophy tree business is booming, as wealthy homeowners seek out the perfect tree for their gardens, whether it’s a giant kapok, an enormous canopied oak, a ficus or a banyan. on.wsj.com/3eoyBnB
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This pretty much sums up the housing market right now. Comments? twitter.com/nathanvickers/…
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"English wasn’t my long suit, as everybody learned when I was president." George and Laura Bush paint a picture of life growing up in Texas, having successful parents and what life is like at Prairie Chapel Ranch. wsj.com/articles/from-… via @WSJ
EXCLUSIVE: Work has begun to raze late Jeffrey Epstein’s old Palm Beach home palmbeachdailynews.com/story/news/202…
The Wind Beneath her Wings. More than a year after putting it on the market for $50 million, Bette Midler has found a buyer for her 7,000-square-foot, six-bedroom Manhattan penthouse. wsj.com/articles/askin… via @WSJ
Cody once said to never wear a kitten heel unless it was "medically necessary." Full heel or flats ONLY. twitter.com/adamjmoussa/st…
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“At a moment where other people are running away from New York City, we’re running in.” James Patchett, former head of New York City’s EDC, will take the helm of an apartment investment firm with sights on a buying spree @jbpatchett bloomberg.com/news/articles/… via @markets
Inventory insanity: Why are there no homes for sale in America? inman.com/2021/04/12/inv…
"“We should preserve this indefinitely as a dump because it fills an economic niche” is a hard one to win." So Long to the Hotel Pennsylvania curbed.com/2021/04/so-lon… via @Curbed
Ian Bruce Eichner has sold his Continuum penthouse, which spans 11,000 square feet and includes 6,000 square feet of outdoor space, for $35 million. wsj.com/articles/miami… via @WSJ
Overseas investors are buying or building thousands of single-family rental homes in U.S. suburbs wsj.com/articles/that-… via @WSJ
Steve Cohen finally found a buyer for his midtown Manhattan penthouse — after eight years and a 74% price cut bloomberg.com/news/articles/… via @wealth
Real estate mogul Ellen strikes again. Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has sold her Beverly Hills home for about $47 million, after listing it just over a month ago for $53.5 million. wsj.com/articles/ellen… via @WSJ
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has sold her Beverly Hills home for about $47 million, after listing it just over a month ago for $53.5 million. wsj.com/articles/ellen… via @WSJ
Wow. 51 deals inked at $4M+ in Manhattan last week. That’s roughly equivalent to the total number signed during last year’s entire 13-week shutdown. Per @OlshanRealtyInc
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"When I got off the subway, I had an array of coffee shops to choose from, which at the time did not seem exciting, but after a year of pandemic isolation would probably feel like bungee jumping." The Main Reason for Your Pandemic Boredom nytimes.com/2021/04/07/par…
Larry Ellison buys a Palm Beach mansion for $80 million. It’s one of the few oceanfront Florida properties where you could land a helicopter. wsj.com/articles/hedge… via @WSJ
Palm Beach mansion sells for $80 million. It’s one of the few oceanfront Florida properties where you could land a helicopter. wsj.com/articles/hedge… via @WSJ
In the four days it has been on the market, Compass stock is down 13%. wsj.com/articles/compa… via @WSJ
Real estate attorney Mitch Kossoff vanishes – raising questions about clients’ millions therealdeal.com/2021/04/07/rea…
Baby boomers entering their golden years are adding a new feature to their retirement homes: handpicked neighbors. Still, "someone’s dog will poop in your yard." wsj.com/articles/when-… via @WSJ
This Saturday April 10th the NYPD is launching a community-police graffiti clean up campaign & we need your help! To donate, volunteer, or submit a location in need of a graffiti please email us at [email protected] Let's work together to keep NYC graffiti free!
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SoCal siblings charged in $6M home listings scam therealdeal.com/la/2021/04/07/…
per request @SamEshaghoff Here is a chart showing Brooklyn monthly contracts signed since 2015, broken down by price tier. This includes all property types: coops, condos and townhouses. #urbandigs #Brooklyn #realestate
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Baby boomers entering their golden years are adding a new feature to their dream homes: handpicked neighbors. wsj.com/articles/when-…
Which came first, increased demand or low inventory? It feels like a chicken and egg question. Did the current market craziness start with people deciding not to sell their homes in the pandemic? Or did it start with low interest rates? What do folks think?
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