Need to Relocate? Bring The House, Too

Tonny Luong for The Wall Street Journal Dao Engle, some neighbors and a handful of local kite-boarders stood on a sand dune on Pocomo Head along Nantucket Harbor this past June and watched nervously as her 10,000 square-foot home, which had been separated from its foundation and placed on a series of steel moving rails, […] Continue reading →

Farm Turned Rustic-Chic Wedding Venue Is the Week’s Most Popular Home

realtor.com Hang the twinkling lights, break out the flower crowns, and don’t forget the Mason jar candle holders, because a Pinterest-perfect farmhouse wedding venue is this week’s most popular home on realtor.com®. The meticulously manicured 10-acre spread is a romantic spot tailor-made for a party—and Instagram. Hashtags not included. On the market for $695,000, the […] Continue reading →

Most Expensive Listing: $50M Manhattan Mansion That Was Once Home to Gloria Vanderbilt

realtor.com A historic Upper East Side townhouse where Gloria Vanderbilt once lived has glided onto the market for $50 million. Now reimagined, the Manhattan mansion ranks as this week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com®. Built in 1891 and once owned by Vanderbilt’s father, Reginald Claypoole Vanderbilt, the home was a part of Gloria’s early life. […] Continue reading →

Fuhgettaboutit! Where NYC Home Prices Are Falling the Fastest—or Going Through the Roof

realtor.com New York City’s reputation as one of Earth’s most expensive—and daunting—real estate markets is well-earned, thank you very much: $1.8 million studio apartments? Check. Full-cash offers everywhere you look? Check. Freakishly competitive open houses? You bet. Welcome to the big time—with the prices and killer views to match. It’s little wonder that housing is […] Continue reading →