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Biggest Profits Ever for Home Sellers

Homes sold in the first half of this year made their owners the highest level of profit on record, new CoreLogic data reveals. The real estate research firm’s latest Pain and Gain report found that the national median gain for people selling an existing home between January and March was …

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Homes sold for around $ 1.5 million

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding area focuses on homes sold at a certain price point, allowing you to compare single-family homes, condos, and co-ops in different locations. The “list price” is the price asked when the property entered the market …

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After Media Detour, AT&T faces old problems

“It would have been an incredible merger,” said David Barden, senior research analyst at Bank of America. “It would have kind of perpetuated the AT&T heavyweight of growth through acquisition – not through organics – but it failed. Mr. Stephenson then looked at the attractive profit margins of media and …

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The North Fork has its own market moment

Still, many came to love the area and decided to stay, often buying the properties they had rented after their lease ended, fueling record waves in the sales market. Between July and September 2020, after authorities lifted restrictions on home exhibitions, North Fork recorded 236 residential sales (mostly single-family homes) …

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What $ 1.5 million buys you in California

San Diego | $ 1.495 million A 2005 Mediterranean style four bedroom, two and a half bath home on 0.1 acre lot This house sits in the Carmel Valley, which was primarily agricultural land until the late 1970s. Since then development has been rapid, thanks to the area’s proximity to …

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Old buildings, new sights – The New York Times

As the New York City skyline is ever-changing, recent constructions and additions to the city’s historic buildings have revealed once-hidden, yet spectacular, views of the world. These views range from close-ups of architectural details that previously were only visible to a privileged few, to bird’s-eye views of towers and cupolas …

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