In the middle of a pandemic, the weekly Listings Project newsletter gives me a reliable source of daydream fodder.
The article, removed due to "security concerns," addressed the Sports Guy's "stable of luxury homes."
We talked to guitar pop mainstays Martin Courtney and Alex Bleeker about their turbulent past few years and how they've endured as a band.
Rent strikes work. Here's how to go about organizing one if you ever need to.
The former investment fund employee has become a kind of doomsday prophet for the 1 percent.
Turns out the “Open House” is only open to those who are already filthy rich.
More new units will be built in 2020 than in any year since the ‘80s, a majority of them in cities with deep poverty and inequality crises.
It's been a chaotic week in the world of celebrity real estate.
People are building houses in the path of future floods and fires, ignoring a huge amount of risk.
A rusted Titan II missile silo in Arizona could be yours for $395,000. Missile not included.
The real estate market has caught on to the neat trick of selling people things based on vaguely defined "health" benefits.
The otherwise ordinary five-bedroom mansion is filled with terrifying dolls, Satanic masks, and at least one potentially haunted clown.