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Tag: real estate
Two floors of a building in prime Brooklyn for $1000 a month seemed too good to be true. It was.
Shakiya Robertson thought she had found a way get her family a home. She moved in, fixed the place up, made all the payments. Then she, like thousands of others in Detroit, was told that the house she thought she had purchased wasn’t actually hers.
An elderly woman renovates her basement for renters and discovers uncomfortable truths about herself.
Only after buying a new home did the Milliken family learn something terrible had happened in it.
They thought that they’d found the perfect New York apartment. They weren’t alone.
On the urge to live in a house you can't afford, the "acceptable lust" of American life.
A profile of the Los Angeles Clippers owner, an oft-sued real estate baron with a documented racist streak and a penchant for heckling his own players, on the occasion of him winning an NAACP lifetime achievement award.
How a disgraced principal-turned real estate mogul helped cause the global financial crisis.
Bruce Cawsey Waite has no home, no office, and wears a dead man’s suit.