I’m still full from Thanksgiving. My treadmill at home taunts me as the holidays roll on. If you’re feeling anything like me, you probably need a little pick me up to get going this week. I’ve got just the thing. Here’s your weekly dose of real estate headlines to start your week.
The Boston Globe reports that demand for affordable housing is at an all-time high.
A home inside a power station? Yes, and it’s in high demand.
To tease you for a new season of Downton Abbey, here are some U.S. mansions that could rival Highclere Castle.
BiggerPockets shares 3 real estate setbacks that they’re thankful for.
Do millenials drag down real estate?
Mel Gibson’s 500 acre property in Costa Rica is for sale.
“Zombie neighbourhoods” are popping up in Vancouver.
How’s this for payback: tree grows inside an illegally converted house.
And finally, ModestMoney.com shares how owning a home will change your life.
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