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    Photos: This 500-acre Texas ranch has a $3.7M price tag
    Located 12 miles southwest of Sherman in North Texas, 9G Ranch offers luxury living with plenty of space for business and recreation. The property, which is being listed by Icon Global Group agent Tyler Thomas, spans nearly 500 acres in Grayson County. It is up for sale with a price tag of $3.73 million. Click through the slideshow above or watch the video below to tour the property. A buyer will be able to live and entertain in a two-story ?barndominium? situated on top of a hill and overlooking?


    State pilot program aimed at fixing blight, adding owner-occupied housing
    A new Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) program has local nonprofits, city leaders and others hopeful that affordable housing could be more economical to build. On Thursday, the City of Memphis and THDA announced that Memphis, Chattanooga and Oak Ridge were chosen to participate in a $500,000 appraisal gap program, which would cover the difference, if there is one, between what it costs to build or fix-up affordable, single-family housing and what it sells for. "It really allows us?


    Twin Cities housing affordability hit another 10-year low in October
    Home affordability in the Twin Cities metro area hit another decade-low in October, according to the Minneapolis Area Realtors' latest survey released Friday.


    A timeline of the evolution of the 50-plus story Riverwalk Place in downtown Tampa
    Here's a timeline of the evolution of Riverwalk Place, a 53-story condo tower with street-level retail proposed along the Riverwalk in downtown Tampa.


    Dream Homes: Luxurious lake life in Wichita
    Just on the fringes of the hustle and bustle of the Wichita metro area sits a waterfront property with all the fixings. The home is located at 2118 W. Timbercreek Court on the city's northwest side as part of the Harbor Isle community and it's this week's Wichita Business Journal "Dream Home." Listed by Kelly Watkins, an associate broker with J.P. Weigand & Sons, the home has six bedrooms, five bathrooms (with an extra half-bath), a large living room and a foyer at the entrance of the home with?


    120 Union Grove apartments and subdivision moving ahead west of Foxconn
    Premier Real Estate is moving forward with 120 apartments and 64 new houses in Union Grove, adding to the list of larger-scale projects that are starting to surface west of Interstate 94 in Racine County.


    Patti Payne's Cool Pads: Venture capitalist Michael Steele lists high-tech Bellevue condo for $3.1 million
    Venture capitalist Michael Steele remembers going down Bellevue Way years ago and gazing up at the One Lincoln Tower condo building, thinking how great it would be to own up there one day.  Years later in his One Lincoln Tower condo on the 39th floor, looking down on Bellevue, he told a friend, ?I manifested this!? Steele bought it in 2013, put $1.7 million into a down-to-the-studs rebuild and is selling it for $3.1 million. Broker Dio Chang with Compass has the listing. ?It really is?


    Portland-based co. wants to convert apartments in prime locations into short-term rentals
    Rates can vary seasonally, but will be around $100 to $300 a night.


    The biggest myth about millennial home buyers in Atlanta
    Millennials are plugged in, well informed and tech savvy. It would be easy to assume that, in a competitive housing market like Atlanta, this tuned-in generation would wield the power of the internet to gain the advantage in a house hunt, and buck the convention of hiring a real estate agent. While this country?s largest demographic of 75.4 million people may like to disrupt the status quo, when it comes to home buying, they follow in the footsteps of their elders by hiring a professional. And,?


    The biggest myth about millennial home buyers in Philadelphia
    Millennials are plugged in, well informed and tech savvy. It would be easy to assume that, in a competitive housing market like Philadelphia, this tuned-in generation would wield the power of the internet to gain the advantage in a house hunt, and buck the convention of hiring a real estate agent. While this country?s largest demographic of 75.4 million people may like to disrupt the status quo, when it comes to home buying, they follow in the footsteps of their elders, by hiring a professional.?