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Millennials might not be buying multimillion-dollar ranches, but Kanye West sure is

There's a surplus of multimillion-dollar luxury ranches out west, but in the past few months, Kanye West has bought two in Wyoming.

13 places in the US where it’s probably not worth investing in real estate for the next decade

Home values in Silicon Valley neighborhoods are cooling off, along with neighborhoods in Miami Beach, San Francisco, and Seattle.

‘Mary Poppins’ author P.L. Travers’ home — in one of London’s ritziest neighborhoods — just hit the market for ove...

It was featured in "Saving Mr. Banks," the 2013 movie about Travers allowing Walt Disney to adapt her Mary Poppins stories for the classic film
The average income in Tribeca is $879,000.

NYC’s richest and most expensive ZIP code has an average income of $879,000 and a median sale price of $3.9 million. I spent an afternoon there ...

Tribeca's 10007 draws a stark contrast to Billionaires' Row in Midtown, where hedge-fund and tech billionaires scoop up penthouses.
Tribeca is the city's richest ZIP code, with an average income of $879,000 and a median home price of $3.8 million.

The 25 most expensive ZIP codes in America in 2019

Property Shark has released its 2019 ranking of the priciest ZIP codes in the US. A Silicon Valley suburb took the top spot for the 3rd year in a row.
While these homes are small, the price tags are not.

19 small homes you won’t believe cost $1 million

Real estate prices in some of the country's most expensive cities mean even the smallest homes cost more than $1 million.
You'll need to make at least $853,738 a year to live in this pricey zip code.

The East Coast’s priciest ZIP code is a tiny Hamptons village of 322 residents. Here’s what it’s like living in Sagaponack, where th...

Take a look inside Sagaponack, the tiny Hamptons village of 322 people that's the most expensive ZIP code on the East Coast.
The Playboy Mansion.

The 15 most expensive homes sold in the US over the past decade, ranked

From a few $100 million mansions to a nearly $240 million penthouse, all but one of the homes are located in either Florida, New York, or California.
A Newsday investigation found Long Island real estate agents treated minority groups unfairly.

A 3-year Newsday investigation found Long Island real-estate agents’ widespread unequal treatment against Hispanic, Asian, and black homebuyers

Reporters found Long Island real-estate agents treated prospective homebuyers from minority groups differently from white ones.

An abandoned 19th-century Napa Valley resort on 857 acres is now on sale for $50 million

The Napa resort was popular in the 19th century, but several fires have left it in disrepair. Now, the owner looks for a buyer who can restore it.