This might be the most wonderful time of year for sports fans. The World Series is upon us. Hockey is back. The NBA is about to start. College football is in conference play. And of course the NFL is in mid-season form. The desire to stay home and enjoy all the wonders that ESPN and the sports world has to offer is tempting, but before we slump back on our couches here’s your weekly dose of real estate headlines.
Speaking of sports, the greatest player I’ve ever seen, Michael Jordan, is selling his home in Highland Park, IL.
In Seattle, millenials are looking to buy homes to escape rising rent rates.
RISMedia takes a look at the ripple effect of buying a home.
Would you buy a haunted house? Survey says most people would consider it.
Now that the government shutdown is over, what does it mean for the mortgage market?
What is the biggest real estate want for home in major cities? Light from the sky.
Fallacy of false cause or growing trend? Housing recovery sparks rise in prenups.
Fox Business has a list of the top 10 luxury markets for home flippers.
Apparently some castle ruins are for sale but may need a knight in shining armor to spruce it up.
Talk about an issue of supply and demand, in London there are 12 buyers for every property for sale.
And finally, here is a slideshow of 9 things luxury real estate buyers should ignore…like a pet spa.
Via: Blue Matter