Wall Street Journal Real Estate Journal
From Vacant Factories to the Latest Luxuries
The Washington Post
Options applauded at Capital Court in Largo, Md.
Selling is an Emotional Call for some Surviving Spouses
Students Graduate to CondosSan Francisco Chronicle
Stagers: Ready for Prime Time
California Association of Realtors Magazine
Identity Crisis>>You Data--and Your Clients' Data--Are at Risk
Creating Leaders - How to Avoid Frittering Away Your Future Middle Managers
Rolling with the Punches - The market may have taken the wind out of some agents' sails, but not these
Brokerage Charges High-End Sellers by the Hour
Real Estate Executive
Angel Swanson - Windmere Real Estate
Prestigious Peachtree Tower, 41-Story Office Tower in Midtown Atlanta Nearing Completion
Get Real - Come of Westchester's Top Commercial Real Estate Brokers Reveal the Secrets to Their Success
FREELANCE JOURNALIST AND WRITER
Lives Near Campus
Temporary Nests - Economical and Low-Key, Corporate Housing is Finding Favor with Business Travelers
Canine Clout - Would-be buyers may love a house, but when it comes to make a decision, dogs rule
Room with a Few - Friends from college reunite to share space in post-graduate years
Reliving that Kodak Moment - Some kids are buying the nest parents are leaving
Los Angeles Times
Growth Spurt in Big Homes - More Buyers are two families who have become one. Many want to provide personal Space for each child.
Upside of Scaling Down - By not living in the biggest house they can afford, some but themselves peace of mind.
New Beginnings - Boomers use equity to reinvent themselves, usually outside California.
Compound Interest - Multiunit properties are multipurpose: They accommodate large families and businesses -- and can be a source of income.
Turning a Dream Into Reality - Builder's programs are the latest to help guide first time buyers and the credit-challenged into home ownership.
The Second Time Around - Savvy remodelers are saving money and gaining a vintage look by reusing salvages items -- doorknobs, tile, wood and more.
New York Times
An Outburst of Development in a Small City