Regional Real Estate Deal News: January 25, 2013



In today’s real estate transaction roundup we feature a number of multi-million dollar transactions impacting cities across the US, a new leasing agreement on a prominent New York office tower, the grand opening of a master planned community in Texas, and more.

TopTenRealEstateDeals.com Is a Different Kind of Real Estate Website



TopTenRealEstate Deals.com is a real estate website that focuses on home news and entertainment. It not only covers condo and home sales data that you’d expect to see, but also celebrity homes, ski homes, golf homes, beach homes and those kind of homes that most of us can only dream of owning

Get Media Exposure for Your Real Estate Business



Do you want to get more media exposure for your real estate business? If you are looking to build your personal or professional brand, one great way to do that is to get mentioned in magazines, popular online or offline publications, and local news sites.

Where to Get the Top Real Estate News



One of the things that I always suggest to people trying to build their audience on social media is to share not only the content they create, but top news in their industry. If you’re not already keeping up with that for your own business, the next question is where to find this news.

Long & Foster Real Estate Opens New Office in Parkesburg, Chester County



Debbie King, manager of the West Chester office of Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. has just announced the firm is expanding into Parkesburg, Chester County, and a new satellite branch office is located at 231 Main Street. The new office will be run by Vince Taliericio, formerly of Keller Williams Realty. Art Herling, Vice […]

Boston Real Estate – A Failed Online Tea Party



Today, Boston’s real estate community comes under scrutiny were digital branding is concerned. RealtyBizNews continues examining America’s property businesses and their effort to engage clients via the Internet. Will “bean town” measure up? Let’s take a look inside this famous Massachusetts city’s realty community.

L.A. Police HQ Expensive Real Estate Lemon



Los Angeles shiny police headquarters yesterday received a big thumbs down from the Downtown Breakfast Club, an L.A. based group which dishes out annual rewards for achievements – and disasters – in the world of real estate.

Housing Society Faces $110,000 bill for Discriminatory Policies



A housing society based in Seattle today agreed to pay a settlement of $110,000 in order to avoid a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit which alleged that the society carried out a racially discriminatory policy towards African Americans and Indians looking to rent apartments with them.

Confidence In Real Estate 2011



A report released last week by the National Association of Realtors suggests the housing market for 2011 may be a lot better than previously expected. Existing home sales are up again, and investment in new construction stock is up as well. With jobs and other variables stabilizing, it seems as if the overall outlook is very positive for 2011.

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