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Must-See Midcentury Modern Time Capsule in SoCal Sells for $1.9M

You must check out the listing photos of this time capsule in Los Angeles, meticulously maintained and kept in its original form for over six decades.

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When you see the listing photos of the Francis Residence in Los Angeles, which was recently sold by the family of its original owners, your mind drifts back to 1952.

This home in the Brentwood area was meticulously maintained and kept intact for over six decades. It landed on the market for $2 million in March, and a savvy buyer strolled away with it for $1,865,000 last month.

You’ll marvel at the original paneling, the shag carpet, and the aqua Formica cabinetry in the kitchen and bathrooms. You’ll swoon over the yellow front door, as well as the custom wood

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5 Trending Entryway Looks From Instagram To Get Your Foyer Summer-Ready

We scoured Instagram for trending foyer looks that will have your home feeling summer-ready, just in time for when your vacationing guests start to arrive.

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As cities nationwide begin the fraught process of reopening, your home is also starting to come out of its season of hibernation. That means putting all the pillow forts back in their places, starting to wear real clothes again, and getting ready to host friends and family for the warm summer months ahead.

If your entryway suffered the brunt of quarantine the way ours did (hint: hand-sanitizing stations and stacks of lysol wipes), then it’s probably in need of a little refurbishment, too.


As we always do, we scoured Instagram for some

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The Economy Gets a Boost That Could Lead to Higher Home Prices, More Bidding Wars

An improving economy and lower-than-anticipated unemployment are beginning to turn up the heat on this summer’s housing market.

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An improving economy is turning up the heat on the summer housing market.

The unemployment rate fell to 13.3% in May as more cities and states reopened and many furloughed employees were called back to work, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announced on Friday. While unemployment is still high, it’s less than April’s rate of 14.7% and well under the predictions of many economists.


“There are signs that the better-than-expected jobs situation is already having a positive effect on the housing market. We’re seeing more home buyers in the market than we

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Posted by: | Posted on: June 6, 2020

The Economy Gets a Boost That Could Lead to Higher Home Prices

An improving economy is turning up the heat on the summer housing market.

The unemployment rate fell to 13.3% in May as more cities and states reopened and many furloughed employees were called back to work, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics announced on Friday. While unemployment is still high, it’s less than April’s rate of 14.7% and well under the predictions of many economists.

“There are signs that the better-than-expected jobs situation is already having a positive effect on the housing market. We’re seeing more home buyers in the market than we did this time last year,” says realtor.com® Chief Economist Danielle Hale. “It’s shaping up to be a hotter-than-expected summer in the housing market.”

Summer has historically been when the housing market catches fire, as buyers bid up prices to secure a home and move before the kids start school in the fall. This year, experts had

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