The holidays are here and the decorations are out! Here are some cool looking houses around Boston. Have you found any of your own?
A study contends families are fleeing the Bay State for lower cost locales.
One woman with a guest bedroom filled with books is set to give 600 elementary students each a holiday gift.
This fall, a federal judge threw out a housing regulation issued by President Obama’s administration that said racial bias claims could be based on “seemingly neutral practices that may have a discriminatory effect.” But does subtle discrimination still play a role in housing business?
Quincy Market is getting a facelift. What exactly that will entail is up for debate.
For home renovations, it seems there’s no time like the present. With an improving economy and rising home values, now is as good a time as any. But Boston homeowners should know some of the ‘unique’ aspects of renovating in our historic city.
In the holiday classic, Christmas Vacation, Clark Griswold goes all out on the home decorations, but is this feasible? (Probably not.)
Wherever houses are haunted by misfortune, Teru Oshima wants to hear about it. He built one of Japan’s most popular real-estate websites by mapping properties with histories of ghastly events.
David Simon's plan to build a retail real-estate empire in Europe similar to the one his family built in the U.S. took a big step with the planned merger between France's Klépierre and Dutch rival Corio.
Rents for residential units are rising amid sluggish demand for office space, flipping the traditional economic relationship between residential and commercial real estate.
Blackstone Group is preparing to sell its La Quinta hotel chain, valuing the limited-service hotel operator at about $4.5 billion, including debt.
China's central bank said it would strengthen its monitoring of default risk from loans to the property sector, local government financing companies and industries struggling with overcapacity.
This Austin estate sits on more than 5 acres and includes a copy of the Belvedere Pavilion at Versailles
Affluent Americans are increasingly building or buying legacy properties— multimillion-dollar compounds designed to be shared with family now and for generations to come.
L.A. residents are most likely to ask pros for holiday light-hanging services, but homeowners in another city will pay top dollar for the help.
For his 670-square-foot New York apartment, interior designer Amir Khamneipur chose pieces that could do double-duty.
ThyssenKrupp is working on a cable-free elevator that would allow multiple cars to run in the same shaft, and to run sideways and diagonally as well as up and down.
Secret 2.0, available on iOS and Android, has added several tools to facilitate more frequent anonymous connections among its users.
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New research from NASA shows that the Arctic Ocean has been steadily getting more energy from the sun over the past fifteen years.
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It’s our last show of 2014, and also Mat Honan’s last show as co-host. He’s starting a new job at Buzzfeed, so what better way to see him off than with a Buzzfeed-style quiz?
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I have a niece. Several, actually, but I’m thinking about one in particular. I helped deliver her at the hospital, and over the past 18 years I’ve watched her grow into a woman I admire. My niece is smart and conscientious. She knows politics and wants to fight the world’s injustices. She reads. She sings. […]
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Amazon on Thursday introduced a new service called Prime Now, which lets Prime members in New York City get a range of more than 25,000 “daily essentials” delivered to them within an hour for $7.99.
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Saturn’s moon Titan is a wet world, the only other place in the solar system that we know has flowing liquid on its surface. The colorful geomorphic map (above left) combines radar and topographic data of Titan’s north pole to show different features around a large sea called Ligeia Mare.
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An El Segundo, California-based startup has taken Elon Musk up on his challenge to develop and build the Hyperloop. Here's how far they've gotten.
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The world’s largest tech players do not disappoint. While recent news cycles have circled around holiday shopping trends, the Star Wars movie trailer and Uber, among other things, the implications of yesterday’s announcement will have long-lasting effects on the industries it touches. Apple has launched a power play at the enterprise computing sector, unleashing a […]
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The many clones of Orphan Black, both new (Rudy) and old (Sarah), are here in this new teaser for the show's third season—and they're ready for war.
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Who designed the the black, beige, and red "S" that has popped up on millions of iPhone screens over the last three months?
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