Day: October 7, 2015

Delhi Government Set to Crackdown on E-Commerce Sites Selling Liquor

The booming e-commerce trade for apparels and groceries might have been welcomed across the country but selling liquor and buying online might land you in jail, with the Delhi Government set to crackdown on such transactions. Delhi government’s Excise Department has come across certain websites offering online liquor shopping and has recently caught a person […]

NFL’s Zach Miller Lists WA Home for $2.5M

Former Seattle Seahawks tight end, Zach Miller, just listed his home in Bellevue, WA for $2.5 million. Miller is currently a free agent due to his release in March from the Seattle Seahawks. He’s done pretty well for himself during his eight seasons in the league, with over 300 receptions and one Super Bowl ring, but his release from […]

Dean Cain Lists Super Estate at $5.4M

Attention all Superman fans! Mr. Kent is selling his 35-acre riverside estate. Let’s not get this Superman confused with the original Superman, Christopher Reeve, from the 1978 movie version. This palace belongs to ABC’s Superman, Dean Cain, from the Lois & Clark TV series. The massive ranch was originally listed for $9.5 million back in 2011, […]

LeBron James Sells His Miami Mansion for $13.4M

After playing for the Miami Heat for four consecutive seasons, LeBron decided to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers last year, listing his 12,178 square foot home in Miami’s Coconut Grove neighborhood for $17 million in October. After the property sat on the market for a few months, its price dropped to $15 million in March […]

What To Do When You Have Multiple Offers

If buyer demand has outstripped the supply of houses in your neighborhood, then you might just find yourself in the enviable position of beating buyers back with a stick. But having multiple offers on your property also comes with some stress you may not expect. Which offer should you accept, and how do you even […]

Wooing millennials to buy condos Really tiny condos

As more millennials graduate into better paying jobs, marriage and parenthood, real estate developers are doing all they can to entice this renter-nation generation in home ownership. That means making urban homes more affordable, which means making them smaller. The tiny house movement may still be something of a novelty on home-remodeling TV shows, but […]

Pending home sales fell 1.4% in August

Rising home prices and a tight supply of homes for sale are keeping buyers at bay. A monthly index measuring signed contracts to buy existing homes, so-called pending home sales, fell 1.4 percent in August compared to July, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Expectations had been for a slight increase. While sales […]