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Blog posts April 2019

Mobile Property Management Is No Longer a Trend - It's the Gold Standard

Among millennials and Gen Xers, smartphone use is practically ubiquitous. Some 98 percent of adults aged 18-24 own a smartphone, and 97 percent of adults aged 25-34 have a smartphone. Among younger Gen Xers, aged 35-44, smartphone ownership is 96 percent.

Nationwide, some 45 million residents rent r…

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#294: Meet Property Management Extraordinaire, RE Investor & Hotel Owner Jesse McCue

Are you happy with the current state of your real estate business? If you’re like most people, the answer is no. On today’s show, we interview property management superstar Jesse McCue and dig deep into how he’s became Maine’s top property manager as well as a successful RE investor along the wa…

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Committee backs Chinatown’s College Station development without any affordable housing

The City Council’s planning and land use committee on Tuesday approved the College Station project in Chinatown, but left out a contentious element—affordable housing.

In December, the city’s planning commission backed the developer’s plans to erect a five-building apartment and retail complex…

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On the Market: Up-to-Date 19th-Century Farmstead in Collegeville

For Sale/Rent

This 1840 farmhouse retains its original architecture and design. Yet it not only looks as good as new, it is as good as new.

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1009 Anvil Dr., Collegeville, Pa. 19426 | Bright MLS images via Keller Williams Realty

The owners of this historic certified farmstead between…

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Adam Bold gets nearly $10 million for his jazzy Bel Air redo

We’re writing about this one mainly because the house is “pretty cool,” as our friend Susan Hannaford would say. Originally built in 1971 by noted mid-century modern architect Matthew Leizer, the property last sold two years ago, when it was acquired by businessman Adam Bold for the sum of $5,…

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REBGV Sales Update Through April 2017

REBGV released their stats package through April 2017. Here are the numbers:






Sales have recovered and are now "average", but nowhere near the levels seen in 2016. Inventory is low and new listings have recovered in recent weeks. The result is a low MOI (months of inventory), which port…

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Huge Brooklyn Heights Lottery Offering 100 Apts Along Pier 6

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D.C. to host 10th annual ‘Doggie Day Swim’ on Saturday

Wet dogs will be welcome at three D.C. public pools tomorrow for the 10th annual “Doggie Day Swim” hosted by the Department of Park and Recreation (DPR). The Instagram-worthy event will take place from noon to 4 p.m. on Sept. 8 at the the Upshur Pool in Petworth, the Francis Pool in West End, an…

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Waterfront Bridgehampton home with a private dock asks $13.5M

A waterfront beach house in south-of-the-highway Bridgehampton has just come on the market for $13.5 million. The home is located on Sam’s Creek, which leads directly into Mecox Bay.

Built in 1992, the shingled home offers a cozy 4,000 square feet of living space, six bedrooms, and five and a hal…

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Bright Lights: Spring Place Beverly Hills. Photo by Andrew Rowat

Two new Los Angeles-area private clubs hope to distinguish t…

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