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LI homes for sale that have been featured in movies or TV

Several Long Island homes for sale now have taken a star turn. Here is a look at four of them.

The Warehouse hit by 73.9pc profit drop

the warehouse hit by 73.9pc profit drop
The Warehouse Group has posted a 73.9 per cent drop in annual net profit after tax year-on-year after big one-off costs hit the business.The retailer reported non-adjusted net after-tax profit figure..
New Zealand Herald

New World weighs ‘super low’ down payment scheme to help university grads get on housing ladder

New World Development is considering a special financing scheme to help local university graduates gain a foothold on the housing ladder at “super low” initial down payments. The scheme is intended..
S.China Morning Post

Calculator: The Most Pet-Friendly Cities in the United States

Where is the best place to have a pet? The country’s 100 largest cities, ranked according to how hospitable they are to animals.

On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York City

This week’s homes are on the Upper West Side, in the West Village, and in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.

On the Market in New York and New Jersey

This week’s properties include a penthouse in Hoboken, N.J., and a bayfront in Merrick, N.Y.

Home of the Week: Big-city living with a country vibe in High Park

This home at 27 Radford Ave. in Toronto’s west end features special stones transported from Prince Edward Country to remind its owners of their rural upbringing
Globe and Mail

Two new co-housing developments sprouting in Alberta

Nearly 15 years after the creation of the province’s first such multigenerational lifestyle community, two more are in the works
Globe and Mail

Ajax townhouse a bargain buy for Toronto shoppers

In a low-rise complex formed in the 1980s, this end-unit is still in good shape with newer roofing, air conditioning and a deck off the dining room
Globe and Mail

Buyers pay a premium for this Eglinton West home

To beat the rush of properties that often flood the market in September, this detached, two-storey house near Eglinton West station came to market in late August, when few competitors vied for buyer..
Globe and Mail

Condo suite in downtown Toronto snapped up in summer spotlight

The odds for this one-bedroom-plus-den corner suite at the Boutique 2 building were improved by promoting it when there was no competition
Globe and Mail

Long lead-up to sale of brand-new Kingsway home

About 50 house hunters wandered through this Kingsway property this summer; a brand-new, three-storey house with a double garage on a corner lot
Globe and Mail

Seller declines three bids, accepts $4.3-million for Cricket Club home

This 4,167-square-foot residence contains five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a main-floor office and multiple entertaining areas
Globe and Mail

TV journalist Carl Quintanilla buys Bridgehampton home

Journalist Carl Quintanilla, co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" and anchor of "Squawk Alley" financial news programs that broadcast from the New York Stock Exchange, recently purchased a home..

In the Studio: Hervé Pierre: From the White House to His House

The first lady’s stylist and designer invites us inside his apartment and work space.

Chinese developer Kaisa soars 26pc as Hong Kong tycoon Lau’s family investment boosts confidence

Shares of Chinese property developer Kaisa Group soared 26 per cent on Thursday morning after it was revealed that tycoon Joseph Lau’s family has invested nearly US$1.2 billion in the company’s..
S.China Morning Post

Top lawyer reveals apartment 'wars': what owners fight about

top lawyer reveals apartment 'wars': what owners fight about
Noise, parking, pets, contractors, short-term holiday rentals and money are common sparks for apartment dweller disputes, an expert says.Joanna Pidgeon, Auckland District Law Society president and..
New Zealand Herald

3 open homes with beautiful, natural light to see this weekend

These three homes range in price from $450,000 to $650,000, below the city's median sale price of $748,500 in July.

CRA crackdown on real-estate taxes fails to track collection results

CRA mum on specific investigations, but agency confirms sound collection processes
Globe and Mail

Unionists plan protest at SkyCity

A 'stop the bullying' rally is planned by unionists protesting about alleged treatment of workers at SkyCity Entertainment Group's Auckland property, but the business says the gathering has taken it by..
New Zealand Herald

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