Real Estate

  • The Best and Worst Cities to Own Investment Property
    GoBankingRates3 hours ago

    The Best and Worst Cities to Own Investment Property

    These are the best (and worst) places to invest in real estate.

  • Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs
    Reuters11 hours ago

    Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs

    At this sprawling factory in central North Carolina where it makes small front-end loaders, the company laid off workers in 2016 in response to plunging sales, consolidating two shifts into one under a program it calls the Operation & Execution Model. One third of the facility's 550 employees are

  • Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs
    Reuters11 hours ago

    Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs

    Six months into the U.S. tariffs on imported aluminum and steel, Caterpillar Inc is finding that one of the best ways it can protect profits is a cost cutting strategy that is more than two years old. At this sprawling factory in central North Carolina where it makes small front-end loaders, the company

  • Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker List Texas Mansion
    Robb Report12 hours ago

    Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker List Texas Mansion

    Considering that Roddick is a tennis star, you might be surprised by what amenity this home doesn't have.

  • Everything Renters Need To Know About Having A Guarantor
    House Beautiful14 hours ago

    Everything Renters Need To Know About Having A Guarantor

    It's a hassle, for starters.

  • This Clever Tool Estimates How Much That Reno Project Will Affect Your Home's Value
    House Beautiful16 hours ago

    This Clever Tool Estimates How Much That Reno Project Will Affect Your Home's Value

    Check yo'self before you wreck yo'house.

  • Ellen DeGeneres Rumored Buyer of Trousdale Estates Hollywood Regency (EXCLUSIVE)
    Variety16 hours ago

    Ellen DeGeneres Rumored Buyer of Trousdale Estates Hollywood Regency (EXCLUSIVE)

    A Hollywood Regency-style villa in the tony Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, Calif., that was once home to late actress Majorie Lord has been sold for $15 million and unconfirmed word on the Platinum Triangle real estate street is that the new owners are none other than architecture and design

  • Blackstone looks to manage $1 trillion by 2026
    Reuters16 hours ago

    Blackstone looks to manage $1 trillion by 2026

    Blackstone Group LP , the world's largest manager of alternative investments such as private equity and real estate, said on Friday it could be overseeing $1 trillion in assets by 2026. The ambitious target highlights how Blackstone, like many peers, is eager to take advantage of healthy investor

  • Blackstone looks to manage $1 trillion by 2026
    Reuters16 hours ago

    Blackstone looks to manage $1 trillion by 2026

    The ambitious target highlights how Blackstone, like many peers, is eager to take advantage of healthy investor demand for private equity and other forms alternative asset management. The answer to that is a definitive 'no,'" Blackstone President and Chief Operating Officer Jon Gray said

  • Nasdaq says Nordic trader whose deals went sour agrees to sell personal assets
    Reuters16 hours ago

    Nasdaq says Nordic trader whose deals went sour agrees to sell personal assets

    Nasdaq's Nordic commodities exchange has reached agreement on the sale of assets belonging to a private trader who defaulted on his commitments last week, it said on Friday. Einar Aas, a Norwegian derivatives trader who made large bets on the power market, left a 114 million euro ($134 million)

  • Nasdaq says Nordic trader whose deals went sour agrees to sell personal assets
    Reuters16 hours ago

    Nasdaq says Nordic trader whose deals went sour agrees to sell personal assets

    Nasdaq's Nordic commodities exchange has reached agreement on the sale of assets belonging to a private trader who defaulted on his commitments last week, it said on Friday. Einar Aas, a Norwegian derivatives trader who made large bets on the power market, left a 114 million euro ($134 million)

  • Beakerhead Installation Turns Calgary House Into An Homage To 'Up'
    HuffPost Canada17 hours ago

    Beakerhead Installation Turns Calgary House Into An Homage To 'Up'

    An old abandoned house in the middle of Calgary is attracting a lot of attention for its instantly recognizable likeness to a certain Pixar movie home.

  • What Makes a Buyer's Market?
    SmartAsset17 hours ago

    What Makes a Buyer's Market?

    You’ve probably heard the phrases “buyer’s market” and “seller’s market” but do you know the difference between the two? In a buyer’s market, there is plenty of housing inventory on the market and low competition for each listing. In a buyer’s market, conditions are favorable to those who want to buy

  • In shadow of Paris airport, holdouts seek rebirth of ghost village
    Reuters20 hours ago

    In shadow of Paris airport, holdouts seek rebirth of ghost village

    GOUSSAINVILLE-VIEUX-PAYS, France (Reuters) - Five decades ago Goussainville-Vieux-Pays was a pretty French village where church bells rang out over the primary school courtyard and farmers sold their produce in the local market. Today it resembles a ghost town: dozens of its houses are boarded up, their

  • KKR-backed Calsonic lines up 5 billion euro financing for Magneti takeover:  sources
    Reuters21 hours ago

    KKR-backed Calsonic lines up 5 billion euro financing for Magneti takeover: sources

    The Japanese car parts maker, which U.S. private equity fund KKR bought from Nissan and other shareholders in 2016, has been in talks with Fiat Chrysler (FCA) for months and has asked the likes of Nomura and Mizuho to finance its bid. Calsonic has made an initial proposal of 5.8 billion euros for Magneti

  • KKR-backed Calsonic lines up 5 billion euro financing for Magneti takeover:  sources
    Reuters21 hours ago

    KKR-backed Calsonic lines up 5 billion euro financing for Magneti takeover: sources

    LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Calsonic Kansei has lined up around 5 billion euros ($5.9 billion) in financing from Japanese banks to fund its proposed acquisition of Fiat Chrysler's unit Magneti Marelli, four sources familiar with the matter said. The Japanese car parts maker, which U.S. private

  • The Worst Home Buying And Selling Advice Realtors And Mortgage Brokers Have Heard
    HuffPost21 hours ago

    The Worst Home Buying And Selling Advice Realtors And Mortgage Brokers Have Heard

    If you're about to buy or sell a house, you're about to get a lot of advice.

  • New York City homeowners are cutting prices in a way not seen since the financial crisis
    Business Insider23 hours ago

    New York City homeowners are cutting prices in a way not seen since the financial crisis

    The number of New York City home sellers who cut their asking prices spiked to its highest level since 2009 during the week after Labor Day, according to StreetEasy. The real-estate website also saw its biggest wave of new listings around the same period, as sellers tried to attract New Yorkers who

  • What a $1 million home looks like in Canada this week - Sept. 21 edition
    Yahoo Finance Canada23 hours ago

    What a $1 million home looks like in Canada this week - Sept. 21 edition

    If the prospect of home ownership in Canada seems far beyond your reach, you’re not alone. According to a study from Oxford Economics , the country has the third most  overvalued housing markets in the world, behind Hong Kong and New Zealand. But if you’re looking to take the risk and considering jumping

  • Improbable and Magic Leap eye US military contract for augmented reality headsets
    The Telegraph23 hours ago

    Improbable and Magic Leap eye US military contract for augmented reality headsets

    The US army is betting on augmented reality goggles to give its soldiers the edge on the battlefield.  New documents reveal that it has held meetings with London gaming start-up Improbable, as well as US giants Magic Leap and Microsoft, about a contract to develop the technology for the frontline. Augmented

  • Tidal wave of Chinese marine parks fuels murky cetacean trade
    Reuters23 hours ago

    Tidal wave of Chinese marine parks fuels murky cetacean trade

    (This September 20 story corrects name of China Cetacean Alliance in paragraph 15) By Farah Master HONG KONG (Reuters) - Eight beluga whales jump in unison out of a bright blue indoor pool, flipping their tailfins and spewing fountains of water, as a packed audience cheers and snaps photographs. Whale

  • Reckoning with loss of homes, livelihoods after Florence
    The Canadian Pressyesterday

    Reckoning with loss of homes, livelihoods after Florence

    With Florence's floodwaters receding in some places and still menacing others, tired and waterlogged North Carolinians are finally getting a chance to take stock of the destruction from the wind and floodwaters. For some locals in Wilmington, a coastal city littered with downed trees and floodwaters

  • From packing bags to back to the drawing board? SaskPower backs off mega development plans at GTH, critics say
    CBCyesterday

    From packing bags to back to the drawing board? SaskPower backs off mega development plans at GTH, critics say

    A plan to develop nearly 500,000 square feet of property for an operations centre and move 1,100 of SaskPower's employees to the Global Transportation Hub seems to have been walked back, according to Saskatchewan's NDP and the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation. 

  • Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs
    Reutersyesterday

    Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs

    At this sprawling factory in central North Carolina where it makes small front-end loaders, the company laid off workers in 2016 in response to plunging sales, consolidating two shifts into one under a program it calls the Operation & Execution Model. One third of the facility's 550 employees are

  • Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs
    Reutersyesterday

    Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs

    Six months into the U.S. tariffs on imported aluminum and steel, Caterpillar Inc is finding that one of the best ways it can protect profits is a cost cutting strategy that is more than two years old. At this sprawling factory in central North Carolina where it makes small front-end loaders, the company