Aperture launches Property Coin, the first crypto backed by real estate assets



Los Angeles-based Aperture Real Estate Ventures is the latest startup aiming to bring blockchain technology to the real estate sector.

HUD could see $8.8 billion slashed from its budget under Trump proposal



The Department of Housing and Urban Development is facing budget cuts that could impact, and even force it to close some of its programs. President Donal Trump’s proposed fiscal year 2019 budget would cut the HUD’s funding by $8.8 billion,

How driverless cars could impact real estate



Driverless cars have long been consigned to the realm of science fiction, but that idea is changing rapidly as the technology slowly becomes a reality.

Airbnb hosts can now use rental income for refinance applications



With many major U.S. cities busy trying to work out what kind of impact Airbnb has on local rental markets, the home sharing company is forging ahead with a new initiative that could further weave itself into the homeowner’s mindset.

RV rental startup Outdoorsy raises $25M



San Francisco-based startup Outdoorsy, which offers an outdoor recreation marketplace for road trips and recreational vehicle (RV) adventures, has raised $25M in Series B funding led by Aviva Ventures and Altos Ventures.

Pactriglo adds new features to make real estate planning more efficient



Real estate intelligence platform Pactriglo is adding new data analysis features to its software for builders, developers and real estate brokers to help them better solve Los Angeles’ housing problems.

Real estate project platform Honest Buildings raises another round of funding



Startup Honest Buildings, which is one of several new technology focused firms that’s hoping to transform New York City’s real estate industry, has announced its second funding round within five months.

Trulia adds Local Legal Protections feature for LGBT users



crime rate, and traffic congestion, but a new feature on Trulia aims to help a particular segment of renters and buyers ensure they’ll feel at home in their new neighborhood.

Here’s why Amazon’s HQ2 will benefit your city



Whatever city Amazon.com Inc. selects to host its second headquarters is set to see an immediate construction boom in areas close to its new campus. In addition, real estate experts say that existing homes will likely see a rapid price hike.

Whichever city Amazon chooses for its 2nd HQ can expect a major housing boom



Whichever city Amazon chooses for its 2nd HQ can expect a major housing boom
Web retail giant and cloud computing services provider Amazon.com Inc. says it’s narrowed down a list of 238 potential cities as a base for its second headquarters to just 20, and the economic stakes for the remaining

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