Real Estate

In the United States, Opportunity Zones (OZs) have provided developers with new possibilities. The race is now on to determine whether renewable energy developers can catch up to their real estate counterparts in utilizing this new tool. Opportunity Zones are defined as: “economically-distressed communities where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential
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It’s almost as if falling mortgage rates are becoming hum-drum, at least for homebuyers. Total mortgage application volume increased 1.3% last week from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index. Volume was 40% higher than a year ago, largely because lower mortgage rates are strengthening the refinance market. Rates have
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Sidewalk Labs’ grand plan for its “smart neighborhood” on Toronto’s waterfront includes residential, commercial, and retail space. Courtesy of Sidewalk Labs After a year and a half of public hearings and criticism, Google sibling company Sidewalk Labs just unveiled its master plan to redevelop a stretch of Toronto’s waterfront with “smart” features like snow-melting roadways,
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Concierges are handling everything from package and grocery delivery to making theater reservations. Getty Apartment and condo dwellers have come to expect services that make their lives easier. But in the luxury market, it’s a whole other game. Millennials looking for a healthy work-life balance are turning the multifamily market on its head. To maintain
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With simple horizontal lines and a flat roof, Field Farm embodies modernism at its mid-20th century best. Regina Cole Mid-Century Modern design continues to beguile our twenty-first century sensibilities, but for people who do not own a modern house built between 1933 and 1965, it’s hard to get first hand knowledge of the streamlined style. 
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