Nancy Kaplitz bought a house in the Florida Keys nearly two decades ago, planning to raise her children at the waterfront property and eventually sell it on to fund her retirement. Now approaching her
Hidden in Mid-Wilshire is an enchanting eight-street enclave called Brookside. True to its name, the tree-lined community is set apart by the flowing water feature that runs from the Hollywood Hills through
In France, we take the occupation of antique-hunting so seriously that we have a verb for it – chiner When Vincent Dewas first came to view the farm that is now his Normandy home, several potential buyers
FEMA trailers — the kind of shelter that’s deployed when hurricanes and wildfires leave people stranded — could soon be put to use for a different disaster: California’s homelessness crisis. California
As of 2020, it’s illegal in California for landlords to refuse to rent to tenants who rely on federal housing vouchers to put a roof over their heads. But it seems some Bay Area landlords didn’t get the
Millennials are on the move in America, and many are headed to the southern portion of the country. One of the most popular places the age group -- defined as people born between 1981 and 1996 -- is moving
In cities around the country, if you want to understand the history of a neighborhood, you might want to do the same thing you'd do to measure human health: Check its temperature. That's what a group researchers
If you’re thinking about revamping your garage to be more efficient, here are the expert-approved items to consider—most under $120. The garage used to be the most neglected part of the home, typically
If any city besides San Francisco is the unwilling poster child of the Bay Area housing crisis, it’s Palo Alto, the bucolic Peninsula town with fewer than 67,000 people in the cold heart of Silicon Valley.
Wood products that are nearly as strong as steel are going into more high-rises, locking up carbon. But can we grow enough trees to keep pace? Until about your grandparents’ childhood—or maybe your great-grandparents'—the
And, more recently, when discussing homelessness. The president has put an unusual focus on the issue of homelessness, in part, he said last year, because foreign real estate investors were concerned it.
A Hotel Charged A Customer Perhaps The Most Outrageous Fee I've Ever Heard. Then The Customer Fought Back
Sneaky fees aren't a good way of doing business. Why do so many companies persist? Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. They believe
Dr. Phil's house is for sale, but it's not the beautiful Southern California views and loads of space that has the internet buzzing. The popular TV personality put his Beverly Hills home up for sale, many
After touring the Trump hotel recently, Friedman said the building was in “amazing” condition. Friedman added that the property was underperforming and that Trump was smart to try to sell his interest