The Grammys were last night and the Super Bowl is less than a week away. Before you know it you’ll be realizing you don’t have a Valentine’s Day gift, but before you start questioning where the first month of 2014 has gone here’s your weekly dose of real estate headlines:
This might be the most useful article for homeowners who don’t live in Florida, Arizona or California: how to make walkways safe in icy conditions.
The Wall Street Journal has named their “house of the year” and it just happens to be the place where Fredo died in The Godfather, Part II.
This will blow your mind. Home owners in a typical zip code spend $1.9 million to remodel their homes.
Business Insider has 14 real estate terms that everyone should understand.
Home sales in 2013 were at the strongest level in 7 years.
Let’s see. You could buy an iPad air, a GoPro Camera, or 4 homes in Detroit.
Dexter didn’t make a killing on the sale of his home but star Michael C. Hall still got $2 million for his Hollywood Hills pad.
Have you seen how U.S. boy band Midnight Red reacted to winning the first ever Coldwell Banker #HomeRocks award? Two words: bubble wrap.
A family of four is living in a 168 sq. ft. home. The address? 2 Close For Comfort Street.
And finally, this home on an island 20 miles off the coast of Maine is an amazing green getaway.
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