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Few spaces in the modern home take higher design priority than the bath. These five distinctive spaces feature details that range from rugged stonework to striking tile patterns and lovely mosaics that double as works of art. Unique Elegance in Manhattan New York, New York | Debbie Korb, Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage Classical style meets modern convenience in this Read more…


Two massive pyramid skylights let in the light at this Sherman Oaks house, which incorporates rough stone siding and a few other twists into its original 1950s design. A renovation by Malibu architect Barry Gittelson transformed an upper deck into a media room while a separate project added a swimming pool in the backyard. A stone patio, a koi pond, Read more…


Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, have one less thing to worry about as they await sentencing for their role in the college admissions scandal. The pair have sold their Bel-Air estate to Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen for $18.75 million — or about half the $35 million they had asked for the estate. Set overlooking the Read more…


Ahead of his firm’s NYSE debut Thursday, Dan Gilbert told CNBC that Rocket Companies may make acquisitions to further leverage its mortgage-lending technology.  “We want to use our stock as currency and potentially acquire more fintech organizations and put them in the mold,” said Gilbert, chairman of Rocket Companies, which he founded in 1985.  Rocket Companies closed up 19.5% Thursday to Read more…


1 Comment Mortgage rates have toppled to record lows, sparking an opportunity for homeowners to refinance their mortgages and, possibly, ease the strain on their wallets. The post Refinancing Report: The Cities Where Homeowners Could Save the Most appeared first on theMReport.com. Check Also The big Read more…


A massive Pasadena estate is listing for sale Saturday at $39.8 million, making it by far the most expensive listing in the city. The asking price for the 31,415-square-foot mansion is more than three times that of the city’s second-most-expensive home for sale, which is asking $11.68 million. Should the new listing sell for close to the asking price, it Read more…


Even if you’ve never been to Lake Tahoe, you still might recognize this Nevada ranch. The long-running NBC western “Bonanza” filmed its opening sequence on the scenic estate, as the show’s main characters rode horseback across the grassy landscape with sweeping shots of the Sierra Nevada in the background. More than half a century later, the property just sold for Read more…


The unemployment shock from the pandemic is still working its way around the country. Government of Canada (GoC) data shows Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), the unemployment benefit sparked by widespread workplace closures due to the pandemic, is seeing new applications slow in growth as of the week of August 2. The economy is starting to recover, but unemployment is Read more…


Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate , art, collectibles, and home. Denver, Colorado | Douglas D. Kerbs, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty  Built in 1926, the Granada Theater was Colorado’s first silent movie theater. Fast forward almost a century and hidden behind the vintage marquee sign is a modern single-family home. Granada Theater House – UNCRATE Unfinished Read more…


Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home. Denver, Colorado | Douglas D. Kerbs, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty  Built in 1926, the Granada Theater was Colorado’s first silent movie theater. Fast forward almost a century and hidden behind the vintage marquee sign is a modern single-family home. Granada Theater House – UNCRATE Unfinished Mega-Mansion Read more…


A pool under construction in Washington, DC. Pat Pugliese | CNBC There is a lot of activity in Justin Sullivan’s backyard, as workers hammer out his new deck, and jackhammers pound through the basement. Concrete for the new pool has already been poured. The Sullivans had planned a renovation before the pandemic hit, but then suddenly it became a much Read more…


Greater Vancouver real estate was surprisingly busy for the middle of a pandemic. Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) data shows sales ripped higher in July. The increase in sales was enough to push prices higher, but they remain below pre-pandemic levels. Greater Vancouver Real Estate Prices Just Below Pre-Pandemic Levels Greater Vancouver real estate prices were moving higher Read more…


Leave a comment Mortgage rates have toppled to record lows, sparking an opportunity for homeowners to refinance their mortgages and, possibly, ease the strain on their wallets. The post Refinancing Report: The Cities Where Homeowners Could Save the Most appeared first on theMReport.com. Check Also The Read more…


Leave a comment The big banks set aside more than $32 billion for loan losses in Q2, signaling that relief programs may not be enough to stave off a flood of bad debt. The post Banks Report: Billions of Dollars in Loan Repayments Deferred appeared first on theMReport.com. Check Read more…