Phoenix Business Journal

Title: Residential Real Estate News - Residential Real Estate News Headlines |
Description: Residential Real Estate news
    Portland's housing market is 'in a good place'
    Guest columnist Todd Prendergast of relays the real estate insight from Windermere Realty Trust's chief economist.

    Mayor Farrell picks up the housing baton, 650 Cal fills up, homes to replace KFC, and more in this week's real estate digest
    Editor's note: The San Francisco Business Times recently launched this weekly real estate digest featuring a round-up of local news items, musings from notable figures, insights from other publications and must-reads from our own newsroom. As always, we'd love to hear what you think and how we can improve. Please email digest editor Emily Fancher ( with any feedback, suggestions or possible news items for this feature. San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell plans to carry on?

    Incentive deal in works for expansion of Presidio mixed-use development in Cedar Park
    Riverside Resources expects to spend about $36 million on the second phase of Presidio, which calls for 90,000-plus square feet of commercial space with shops, restaurants and an upscale movie theater.

    Hundreds tour Cal Ripken's estate weeks before auction
    Interest in Cal Ripken Jr.'s estate ? set to be auctioned at 11 a.m. on May 12 with no starting bid ? is nearing a crescendo rarely seen in local residential real estate. Hundreds of interested buyers and some gawkers, too, toured the 25-acre Worthington Valley estate at 13301 Dover Rd. over the weekend. Bob Lucido, the listing agent, said that he had already received two firm offers on the estate, but declined to give details. In that case, the auction would be canceled. "We're getting everybody?

    Photos: Tour the 10 most expensive homes sold in March 2018
    Although homes sales dipped in March, a few local Realtors scored some high-priced deals.  The most expensive home sold in the third month of the year was an 8,200-square-foot residence at 6411 Vanderbilt St. in the West University area. The 2006 home was listed for nearly $5 million by Roger Martin of Roger Martin Properties. Although the Houston Business Journal was unable to secure photos of the house, it was featured on the cover of Pinnacle Properties of America magazine, which can be viewed?

    Former David Letterman band leader Paul Shaffer sells South Beach condo
    Paul Shaffer won?t be retiring to South Beach now that he?s finished his run on the Late Show with David Letterman, as he sold his condo there for $6.44 million. Viewil 2 Florida LLC, managed by Shaffer, sold Unit 1706 at Continuum on South Beach at 100 South Pointe Drive to Kenneth Burns, of New York. The buyer obtained a $4.3 million mortgage from Citibank. The unit totals 2,508 square feet with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The price equates to $2,567 per square foot. Shaffer paid $3.75?

    Boston Red Sox slugger Ramírez, a former Marlins All-Star, lists Broward mansion for sale (Photos)
    Boston Red Sox infielder Hanley Ramírez, a former All-Star for the Miami Marlins, has listed his Weston home for sale at $3.99 million. The slugger isn?t exactly swinging for the fences with this one. He acquired the home for $3.95 million in 2008, the same year it was built. The 9,004-square-foot home at 2903 Lake Ridge Lane is listed by Giselle Bonetti of Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate. ?Ramírez purchased the home while playing for the Miami Marlins and has owned it for ten years?

    Loveland?s latest townhomes bring urban-style living to the suburbs: PHOTOS
    A recently opened townhome development in downtown Loveland brings a new living option to the area. Broadway Brownstones was developed by PLK Communities at 110-126 Broadway Street in Loveland. The development?s eight townhomes that each have three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms feature three-car garages and rooftop patios along with open floorplans and a five-year tax abatement.  To take a look inside, click on the images above. While one townhome has been sold and another is pending sale, six?

    Hawaii Senate skips conference, passes investment real estate tax bill
    The Hawaii state Senate on Monday gave final passage to a bill that seeks to amend the state constitution by allowing the Legislature to tax investment properties and earmark the revenue for public schools, after bypassing a conference committee to discuss amendments made by the House. The bill now places a question on the November ballot that will read ?Shall the Legislature be authorized to establish, as provided by law, a surcharge on investment real property to be used to support public education?? The?

    Honolulu design firm Philpotts Interiors updates logo, website
    The new logo was designed by London-based branding firm Kingsland Linassi.