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Zuckerberg vs. neighbor dispute gets even weirder

A California state judge has refused Mark Zuckerberg's request to dismiss fraud charges that his neighbor brought against him.

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This is how much you need to buy a home in Manhattan

If you want to own a home in Manhattan, be prepared to spend a million bucks.

The median sale price in the New York City borough climbed to $998,000 in the third quarter -- a nearly 10% increase from a year ago, according to the latest report by real...

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Home prices make solid gains

U.S. home prices went up in July according to a new report

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New home sales rise to 7-year high

Thanks to job gains and low mortgage rates, new home sales in the U.S. grew at its highest pace in more than seven years last month, according to The Associated Press.

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US home sales fall in August

U.S. home sales dropped in August because of smaller supplies and increasing prices, according to The Associated Press.

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Airplane graveyard becomes home for families

Frequent fliers may complain they sometimes feel like they live on board a plane, but that's the reality apparently facing some otherwise homeless families in Bangkok.

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Top 5 housing markets for global investors

The U.S. has been named the hottest market for global residential property in a survey of 14 countries by real estate advisors Savills.

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4,000-square-foot 'River House' for sale for $199 (and an essay)

Got $199? Know how to write a five-paragraph essay? A 4,000-square-foot home could be yours.


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    IKEA stops selling window blinds with cords

    IKEA said it will no longer sell window blinds with cords because of the risk of strangulation.

    An average of one child per month died from strangulation by window cords between 1996 and 2012, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, ...

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  • Recovery in home prices not expected until spring

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    Even though home prices are rebounding in some parts of the country the overall housing market won't start turning the corner until spring of next year, according to the latest forecast based on the Fiserv Case-Shiller indices.


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