From making music to building homes, this makes perfect sense! Kevin of the boy band Jonas Brothers just appeared on Bravo TV's Real Housewives of New Jersey as a general contractor. Before you scoff, he is not the 1st musician to transition to housing. Vanilla Ice has his own TV show on HGTV about flipping homes!
All You Ever Need to Know About SF House Hunting in 4 Simple Infographics. Everything's a Trade-Off!
The peeps at The Bold Italic totally nailed it! Four charts sum up everything about the SF renting game...but it applies to buying too! Doesn't matter if you are renting/buying nor what price range, you can't have it all here!
We are so bored with all the real estate infographics about San Francisco real estate gone bonkers. But this one is great. It takes the cake! It is only fitting a city so obsessed with food and homes would inspire a comparison chart like this! Good job, The Bold Italic!
RIP Joan Rivers: "I told my mother-in-law that my house was her house, & she said, 'Get the hell off my property."
Joan Rivers listed her 5,200-square-foot penthouse on East 62nd Street NY a few years ago. She unabashedly adored humor, plastic surgery and real estate! Long Live Joan!!!
Let me give you the profile of what I mean by a typical Professional Tenant. (This is a generalization based on my professional experience.)
Lucifer is #Winning!! Court Rules Pennsylvania Home Sellers Don't Have to Disclose Murders, Satanic Rituals.
The judge basically said the murders were all over the freakin' internet and the buyer was a ding dong for not googling the house before buying! Philly.com reports:
“The varieties of traumatizing events that could occur on a property are endless,” wrote Justice J. Michael Eakin in the court’s July 21 opinion. “Efforts to define those that would warrant mandatory disclosure would be a Sisyphean task...What if the killings were elsewhere, but the sadistic serial killer lived there? What if satanic rituals were performed in the house?”
The ruling was in response to a suit filed by a Delaware County woman who had claimed the McMansion she bought in Thornton had an undisclosed “material defect,” because the seller had not told her that at a murder/suicide had been committed in the home.