Real Estate

Charleston, S.C.—Located on one of Charleston’s barrier islands, the new luxury community Kiawah River reported an unprecedented sales record in the first quarter of 2021, surpassing its overall sales total for the previous year. As full-time remote work becomes a possibility for more U.S. workers, this somewhat remote Lowcountry agrihood is attracting buyers from across
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When it comes to medical research, higher education, cultural institutions and historic neighborhoods, few cities can compete with Boston. The city’s wealth in the arts and and life sciences keeps it vital and active even when the economy slows in other sectors. In fact, a recently-released ranking of the world’s most innovative cities lists Boston
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With Covid encouraging city dwellers to move to the suburbs and families looking for home offices and bigger yards, prices for the American dream home have skyrocketed. Home prices surged in March, up 13.2% from the year prior, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index. “Everybody expected housing to really sort of
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For those who live in urban centers, navigating life during COVID-19 has meant rethinking use of green spaces. Pre-COVID, the local park, courtyard or well-designed backyard may have been a nice-to-have amenity, but the pandemic brought to light the importance of accessible green spaces for both physical and emotional wellbeing. From socially distant picnics and
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The question might seem so ridiculous that it borders on idiotic—after all, Malibu is known around the world for its epic coastal hills that slope dramatically into soft-sanded beaches lining the Pacific, as well as its Mediterranean climate and famous residents that include the likes of Will Smith, Leonardo DiCaprio and Pierce Brosnan. But if
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San Miguel de Allende, located about a three-hour drive from Mexico City at 6,135 feet above sea level in the state of Guanajuato, is a prime destination for American retirees. COVID has only increased this gem of a city’s desirability. These ex-pats move for a mild climate, five-star dining, accessible art and culture, Baroque/Neoclassical colonial
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Residential buildings in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. James Andrews | iStock | Getty Images The Treasury Department announced on Friday that it’s disbursed more than $6 billion to states to help renters and landlords struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic. Between the last two major stimulus packages, Congress has
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