In an executive order Tuesday, Trump said the role of the council would be to increase the supply of homes in the U.S. in an effort to meet demand.
In a foreign land, Jay Thompson was robbed of his phone, literally. Here’s the eye-opening experience he had.
A letter purporting to be from Wayfair employees that was widely circulating on Twitter Tuesday — and which was shared by @wayfairwalkout — further alleged that the company supplied $200,000 worth of bedding to a BCFS facility in Carrizo Springs, Texas, that "will be outfitted to detain up to 3,000 migrant children," according to the letter.
The company will host a cannabis-themed open house in Sherman Oaks, California, replete with plants, hemp dog treats, skincare products and lessons on leaf trimming in the cabana — all to officially launch the social real estate app that uses agent- and community-based content to promote listings.
Co-living startup Venn announced Tuesday it raised $40 million in its first round of funding. The Tel Aviv, Israel-founded company aims to take on giants in the space like WeLive by supporting entire neighborhoods, from managing homes to supporting local businesses and creating community spaces.
The group allegedly spent years illegally renting out dozens of properties all across New York City and ultimately made millions of dollars.
Apparently, the question of whether street names matter to buyers hit a nerve with a number of real estate professionals across the nation. Here are some of the best stories we gathered.
The New York City-based law firm that previously filed a class action lawsuit against Zillow is putting Realogy in its crosshairs.