Helping the Elderly Downsize

Some move managers specialize in helping seniors downsize, divest, donate or simply declutter for safety’s — and sanity’s — sake.

Smart Doesn’t Always Mean an Easy Home

Improvements in technology, including voice recognition, artificial intelligence and more affordable sensors, have made home automation easier to use.

Economic View: Why Land and Homes Actually Tend to Be Disappointing Investments

It’s true, as the adage goes, that they’re not making land anymore, but technology that allows more intensive use of land has held down values in the long term.

Donald Trump’s Deals Rely on Being Creative With the Truth

Over the span of his career, project after project has produced allegations of bad faith, broken promises, blatant lies or outright fraud.

Wanted: 2BR, Near Bars and Restaurants

Cafes, restaurants and bars play a major role in the often arduous and angst-ridden drama of home hunting.

In New York, a Falling Market for Trophy Homes in the Sky

The market for real estate costing $10 million or more has been flooded just as market turmoil and government regulation have discouraged wealthy buyers.

You’re Taking That With You, Right?

Buyers are often faced with items the sellers forgot to take with them or quite deliberately left behind.

The ‘Kidbutz’ of Topanga Canyon

In an upscale twist on a hippie commune, a group of California parents are raising their children together in a $2 million home.

California Today: Airbnb, a Hometown Success (and Villain)

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