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There’s no public real estate listing for Penthouse B atop London’s super luxury high-rise One Hyde Park. The 18,000-square-foot mega-apartment in the city’s ultra-exclusive Knightbridge section is quietly being offered for sale as a whisper listing. Details of the hushed sale are currently only shared by brokers to prospective buyers via word-of-mouth or discovered in
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A real estate agent and a potential home buyer in Coral Gables, Fla. Getty Images Mortgage rates fell slightly last week, but not enough to light a fire under mortgage demand. Total mortgage application volume decreased 3.1% for the week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index. The average contract interest rate for
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In this article CRM Marc Benioff, chairman and chief executive officer of Salesforce.com speaks during the grand opening ceremonies for the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco on May 22, 2018. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff said on Monday that he expects half or more of his company’s employees
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In this article REIT-AE A major Dubai property investment fund is in the spotlight after its lenders blocked a debt restructuring plan and raised “serious concerns” about its transparency and governance.  Dubai-based Emirates REIT was forced to withdraw a restructuring proposal for its $400 million dollar Islamic bond after a rare campaign of investor activism
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If you are suffering from post-pandemic sticker shock, you are not alone. From gas and groceries to computers and clothing, everyday items are suddenly more expensive.   As the country recovers in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and Americans put their stimulus checks and stashed cash to work, some of these higher costs are simply the price consumers
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Courtney Keating | Getty Images Lower-income homeowners could potentially save hundreds of dollars a month on their mortgage under a government refinancing initiative that starts next week. Fannie Mae, one of two government-sponsored and publicly traded enterprises that buys and sells mortgages, will open its “RefiNow” program on June 5 with the intention of helping
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It’s been over a year since lenders and the federal government stepped in to help Americans stay in their homes amid the global health and economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. And many Americans still need that support.  About 2.1 million homeowners are still in forbearance plans that suspend their mortgage payments, according to
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