Tag: sell home for cash

CAA in Advanced Talks to Sell Majority Stake to French Billionaire Francois-Henri Pinault (Report)

Hollywood talent agency CAA is in advanced talks to sell a majority stake to Francois-Henri Pinault, the French billionaire behind luxury and fashion empire Kering, according to a report in Bloomberg.

The deal would value CAA, which was founded in

Condos sell for $2.2 million in Miami, Florida

A spacious condominium located in the 21200 block of Northeast 38th Avenue in Miami has new owners. The 4,171-square-foot property, built in 2004, was sold on April 6, 2023, for $2,190,000, or $525 per square foot. The property features three

Roomy Mid-Century Modern Bay Ridge Co-op With Two Baths, Six Closets Asks $550K

This Shore Road co-op needs a bit of TLC, but it is certainly spacious with two bedrooms, two full baths and six closets. Despite the unit’s first-floor location, views from two exposures in the living room also show a glimpse

My New Home: Kimbrough Grove in Germantown
Mark and Leslie along with Suki, their constant canine companion, love their home in Germantown.

Mark and Leslie along with Suki, their constant canine companion, love their home in Germantown.

Leslie and Mark Gillenson decided they were ready to move to a home that required less upkeep and maintenance. What they had in mind was

Locals Largely Support Bushwick’s First Historic District in Linden Street Landmarks Hearing

It looks likely the 32 brick and brownstone houses that line Linden Street could form Bushwick’s first historic district, after neighbors overwhelmingly tested it in support of designation at a Landmarks Preservation Commission hearing today.

Of the nine public speakers

Prospect Heights Prewar With Library, Henrybuilt Kitchen Asks $2.495 Million

A sprawling apartment in Turner Towers, perhaps Brooklyn’s grandest co-op, has a nicely updated kitchen and loft-like main living space. It’s on the first floor of the building, located at 135 Eastern Parkway, which was designed by Sugarman & Berger

Black Women Say Their Homes Were Sold For Owing Property Taxes, But The Government Took The Profits

These women are fighting for justice after their homes were seized.

After Geraldine Tyler and Tawanda Hall fell behind on their property taxes, the government sold their homes and apparently kept the profits, Reason reports.

Following a several-year long fight

Brooklyn Real Estate Listings Six Months Later: All Four Sold

This week, a look back at four of our featured listings from six months ago focused on homes in Fort Greene, Bed Stuy, Caton Park and Park Slope. How did they fare?

While its compact footprint could challenge a small

Ditmas Park One-Bedroom With Wood Floors, Renovated Kitchen Asks $2,450 a Month

In a Ditmas Park co-op building, this one-bedroom rental has the generous foyer, arched openings and closet space expected from its 1940 construction date.

It is on the top floor of the six-story 385 East 18th Street which was designed