Atlanta home with no front door hits market for $1.25M
Haus Gables, a remarkable Georgia property with sharp roof edges and no front door, has hit the market for $1.25 million.
Should more American cities do away with single-family zoning?
As housing costs price more people out of the market, some regions want to allow more multifamily development.
Frank Lloyd Wright home hits the market — without an agent
Only three Frank Lloyd Wright homes remain in all of New Jersey — and one of them just hit the market for $1.2 million without an agent.
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Climb Real Estate adds automated marketing from Imprev
Climb Real Estate, a full-service brokerage based in the Bay Area, is partnering with Imprev to give its agents access to automated marketing services.
Housing starts and completions dip in May
Privately owned housing starts dropped 0.9 percent month-over-month and 4.7 percent year-over-year in June, according to new Census data.
How to ensure your vacation rental gets great reviews
Vacation and short-term rentals have exploded onto the scene, snatching up short-term stay market share from the hotel industry in high volumes. But with the presence of so many options – Airbnb these days has nearly four times the rooms for rent than Marriott does – it's hard to make sure your rental stands out among others.
Ikea rebuilds rooms from ‘Friends,’ ‘Simpsons’ and ‘Stranger Things’
A new Ikea campaign in the United Arab Emirates recreates the living rooms of three iconic TV shows with furniture that can be bought in its stores.
Property management startup Home365 launches in Las Vegas
The Bay Area-based startup offers full-service management for property owners at a single fee determined by an algorithm.
Vacasa takes over management of 85 properties in Washington
Sea to Sky is based in Seattle and currently manages 85 properties, all of which Vacasa will take over. Michelle Acquavella founded Sea to Sky in 2003, but told Inman that she ultimately decided to sell.