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Eden Housing and City of Fremont Celebrate Grand Opening of KTGY-Designed Affordable Senior Housing...

Pauline Weaver Senior Apartments is located in the Warms Springs area of Alameda County and features 90 apartment homes for very low and extremely...

Top Tips For Buying Your First Home

Buying your first home can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. While moving home can be a whirlwind, with a good understanding of the process and what documents you need to be completed by what stage of the moving process, you can rest assured that your move will go to plan. In order to make buying your first home easier for you, we've put together some of our top tips.
Easily DIY

5 Basement Ceiling Ideas You Can Easily DIY

Renovating your basement can be an exciting time; however, one thing that many homeowners struggle with is choosing their basement ceiling.  After all, most basements tend to be lower than traditional rooms, so it can be tempting to opt for a bare-bones look so that you don’t lose any clearance.  But is this always the best option?  Could you be losing out on a great style opportunity?  Let’s take a look at some great ceiling ideas to consider implementing during your remodel.

Tips For Building Your First Home

After a lot of consideration, you’ve decided you want to build a home rather than buy an existing one. It’s a decision that a lot of people make, either because they like the idea of having a brand new house that’s customized just for them or because they couldn’t find an existing home that met their needs. It’s an exciting time, going over plans with your architect and contractor, and choosing light fixtures, tile, and paint colors. Before you finalize your plans, though, there are a few things you should consider.

Heated Tiles: The Best Installation Suggestions

For any home that you're considering putting on the market soon or indeed have just purchased, putting in a heating tile system is something that often seals the deal. The heating system goes in beneath the flooring. The tiles help the radiant heat system push up the warmth to avoid trapping it at ground level as carpeted floors can do.
Luxury Home

Do You Need an Attorney When Buying a Luxury Home?

First of all, it is not a requirement to get the service of a real estate attorney in every buying and selling transactions. The buyer and the seller can close a deal with the help of a real estate broker. The contracts are being prepared by the realtor company
Short Sale

What is a ‘Short Sale’?

In East Bay real estate terminology, short sales refer to the house being sold lesser than the mortgage owed by the seller. The house will only be for short sale with the lender’s approval. It is a tedious process which requires a lot of paper works and the decision might take a year.
Historic Homes

Understanding the Fine Print on Historic Homes

There are a certain elegance and mystique that come with old houses. If you are the person who is looking for old houses or perhaps selling one, you need to know the ins and outs, as well as the limits and boundaries involved in a protected old home.

How to Avoid Breaking Your Lease

You are at a point when you have already given money to express your interest in a property. This is a crucial juncture where you should remain vigilant and focused. Let’s take a look at three important ways to protect your home deposit
First-Time Home Buyers

How to Avoid 3 Mistakes First-Time Home Buyers Make

Before buying a new home, you need to be aware of certain pitfalls. These pitfalls, if left unaddressed, will cost you more money than you ought to be spending. Moreover, addressing these accordingly will make your home buying process smoother.
Open House

3 Secrets to Holding a Painless Open House

Selling a house can be tough, especially if you have grown attached to it. If you are looking to sell your house, you will likely host an open house. Thus, you need to prepare accordingly for that big day.
First-Time Homeowners

Expert-Approved Home Security Tips for First-Time Homeowners

One of the most important aspects you need to consider when buying your first ever Las Vegas home is your property’s level of security. The days are now more dangerous than before, and evildoers would know if there is a new owner that has recently

Pros and Cons of Renting After You Retire

Are you nearing retirement? Are you looking to just rent a house once you retire? Such a decision will give you’re a number of benefits. However, there are also some things that you may need to sacrifice if you choose to rent.

How to Deal with the Packaging Portion of Moving

Moving is stressful, mostly because you never really appreciate the sheer volume of the things that you have until you try to pack it all up into neat little boxes. While the moving process is the perfect time to do a deep clean and de-clutter of what you own, you will likely still be faced with quite a collection of packages by the end of it.

Smart Bedroom Design Do’s and Don’ts

Designing your bedroom is a challenging task, especially if you’re a new homeowner with little or no decorating experience. An array of awkward colors and furniture arrangements can take away from the comfortable atmosphere of your bedroom. To help you create a design bringing spark and warmth back into your bedroom, we’ve compiled a list of do’s and don'ts for designing your bedroom

SMACNA Announces Internship Program in Partnership with the American Institute of Architecture Students

The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA) today announced the launch of its architectural internship program in collaboration with the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS). The program pairs leading architectural sheet metal contractors with promising architecture students to give them

IREM Announces 2019 Industry Partners

Fifteen real estate management industry service providers have partnered with IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) to connect with more than 20,000 IREM members worldwide. Collectively, these real estate management professionals manage over 10 billion square feet of commercial real estate assets and more than 11.6 million residential units with a total value of over $1.9 trillion

Canadian Real Estate Prices – Still Affordable Housing?

It’s 2019. What is “affordable housing” nowadays? How does it look to Canadians across the country? To be quite frank, it’s a very speculative definition. For some people, “affordable housing” is a term given to housing that the government owns or has a stake in. For others, it means homes that are modestly priced.
A Mughal

Meridian Names Real Estate Veteran Awais Mughal as Senior Vice President of Acquisitions

SAN RAMON, Calif. - Meridian, a full-service real estate developer and owner of commercial real estate, announced today that industry veteran Awais Mughal has...

Realcomm Announces Partnership with IREM to Present New Pre-Con Event, Property Manager Technology &...

Realcomm Conference Group is pleased to announce an industry partnership with IREM, the largest international community of commercial and residential real estate managers, to jointly produce a pre-conference education event as part of the Realcomm

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases


CHA Board approves development teams for LeClaire Courts, Wicker Park Apartments

The CHA Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved the selection of development teams for the redevelopment of LeClaire Courts and CHA’s Wicker Park Apartments and Annex.