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7 Ways to Get Your Luxury Listing Ready for Twilight Photos

7 Ways to Get Your Luxury Listing Ready for Twilight Photos

By Julie Legge, real estate photographer and videographer Got a new luxury listing this spring? Consider a twilight photo session to supplement your professional interior pictures. Marketing the property with pictures taken at dusk is an excellent way to highlight exterior features such as upgraded landscape lighting, pool lighting and outdoor living spaces, conveying an […]

7 Ways to Get Your Luxury Listing Ready for Twilight Photos

7 Ways to Get Your Luxury Listing Ready for Twilight Photos

By Julie Legge, real estate photographer and videographer Got a new luxury listing this spring? Consider a twilight photo session to supplement your professional interior pictures. Marketing the property with pictures taken at dusk is an excellent way to highlight exterior features such as upgraded landscape lighting, pool lighting and outdoor living spaces, conveying an […]

Worst Week For Rates, Part 2

Worst Week For Rates, Part 2

Fresh off their worst week of the year, mortgage Rates decided once just wasn’t enough . Although we did see March’s only move lower for rates on Tuesday, the rest of the week was just as bad as the last one. At issue, financial markets’ anticipation a…

Million dollar homes: Rent vs buy edition

Million dollar homes: Rent vs buy edition

CNBC goes to four cities, highlights two properties in each: A $1 million rental and a $1 million dollar. Which comes out on top?

Real estate’s ticking bomb: Who gets hurt

Real estate’s ticking bomb: Who gets hurt

Commercial real estate had a banner year in 2015, but there’s a catch that could cool the market quickly.

Guess who’s moving to the ‘burbs? Millennials, really

Guess who’s moving to the ‘burbs? Millennials, really

Millennials are buying less in cities, and turning their interests to the suburbs, says the National Association of Realtors.

‘Brexit’ fears may hit London’s property market

‘Brexit’ fears may hit London’s property market

The U.K.’s upcoming vote on whether to remain in the European Union could hit the housing market – particularly in super-expensive London.

Mortgage applications eke out 0.2% gain

Mortgage applications eke out 0.2% gain

A growing divide in the mortgage market has emerged between refinance applications and those needed to purchase a home.