Real Estate


Dustin Diamond’s abandoned, trashed house finally sells after 2 years

Six months before Dustin Diamond passed away in February 2021, he was forced to put his longtime home in Port Washington, Wisconsin up for sale after a bank threatened foreclosure for unpaid dues. More than two years later, on May 27, 2022, it finally sold for $276,400 to a real estate developer with plans of tearing down the structure and turning it into some type of commercial property, The Post can report. As to the exact plans of the land, that remains unknown. The Post has reached out for comment. Best known for his role as Screech Powers in...

House prices ‘moving firmly upwards despite falls in new buyer inquiries’

Surveyors have seen the longest stretch of shrinking buyer demand in the housing market since the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.Despite this, house prices continue to move firmly upwards and are still expected to be higher in a year’s time, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).A net balance of 25% of property professionals reported new buyer inquiries falling rather than rising in July, marking the third month in a row of an overall decline.The RICS report said: “As such, this marks the third successive report in which this indicator has been in negative territory, thereby representing...

A $34 Million Connecticut Mega-Mansion With a 30-Car Garage Just Hit the Market

Click here to read the full article. Connecticut may be the Land of Steady Habits, but it’s also the country of luxury proclivities. Witness a newly listed Greenwich mega-mansion: Positioned on a lush 19-acre lot, the jaw-dropping abode spans 17,878 square feet and features 10 bedrooms and 14.5 baths. Even more impressively, it has a lower-level garage with the capacity to house up to a whopping 30 cars—a coveted feature for serious collectors, especially in a state that buys as many luxury cars as Connecticut.  Tucked behind stately gates, the prominent dwelling was custom built in 2009 and has been listed by...

Ben Affleck Lists Contemporary Los Angeles Home for $30 Million

Newlywed actor Ben Affleck just listed his Los Angeles home located in an area of the Pacific Palisades known as “The Riviera” for $29.995 million. Affleck purchased the new-build property for $19.25 million back in 2018 and was reportedly its first occupant. The 13,000-plus-square-foot tri-level mansion sits on 0.56 acres of land on the edge of the Riviera Country Club’s championship golf course, and boasts seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

Real estate in the metaverse: buying real-life and NFT properties

A Miami, Florida home is about to become the first property ever sold as a real-life house and as an NFT in the metaverse. NBC News’ Sam Brock takes a tour of the still-under-construction building and its digital counterpart. As virtual worlds become more popular, virtual land is quickly being bought up with cryptocurrency, sometimes for eye-popping figures.Aug. 10, 2022.

This Sprawling $8 Million Quebec Estate Comes With Its Own ‘Champagne Barn’

Click here to read the full article. Forget one measly abode. This supersized Canadian estate boasts 11 separate buildings. Located on 358 picturesque acres amid Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains, the expansive property offers the best of country living, with, of course, a good dose of luxury. In fact, it rivals the nearby ski resort Mont Tremblant in terms of ritzy amenities. The centerpiece is the charming converted farmhouse. The four-bedroom three-bathroom pad comes fully furnished with chic pieces selected by the hotelier owners and is surrounded by a sprawling deck that overlooks the vast mountainscape. That’s really just the tip of the iceberg,...