HGTV Is Winning Bidder On "The Brady Bunch" HouseIt was revealed on Tuesday that HGTV is the new owner of the iconic house used for exterior shots in "The Brady Bunch." The final sale price has not been announced.
US Home Prices March Higher In May, Throttling SalesU.S home prices rose rapidly in May, a trend that is thwarting some would-be buyers and pulling down home sales.
Drowning In Debt, All Toys R Us Stores To Shutter Friday"I’m heartbroken, because I like Toys R Us. I always shop there for Christmas. I guess now I’ll go online and start shopping."
US Long Term Mortgage Rates Fall; 30-Year At 4.55 PercentLong-term U.S. mortgage rates were flat to lower this week. The benchmark 30-year rate marked its fourth decline in the past five weeks.
Done Deal: Ebby Halliday Companies SoldThe Ebby Halliday Companies, touted as the largest independently owned residential real estate company in Texas, has been sold to HomeServices of America.
Iconic Dallas Real Estate Firm To Sell To Berkshire Hathaway AffiliateThe Ebby Halliday portfolio of companies brands will continue to operate under their current brand names.
Light Coats Of Gritty Ash Fall Near Erupting Hawaii VolcanoAuthorities handed out around 2,000 masks for protection as people living near Hawaii's Kilauea volcano braced for pulverized rock, glass and crystal to rain down.
Quakes Damage Roads As Ash Spews From Hawaii VolcanoEarthquakes damaged roads and buildings on Hawaii's Big Island as ash emissions continued to stream from Kilauea volcano.
Homeowners Scramble As Hawaii Volcano Spews Ash, LavaAuthorities reported a new fissure opened from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii, bringing the number of cracks in the ground spitting out lava and toxic gas to nearly 20.
Hawaii Volcano Could Soon Have Once-In-A-Century EruptionA Hawaii volcano that sputtered lava for a week, forced around 2,000 residents to evacuate and threatened a geothermal plant now threatens to blow its top in the coming days or weeks.
Scientists: Explosive Eruption Risk Rises For Hawaii VolcanoHawaii's Kilauea volcano could soon send boulders and ash shooting out of its summit crater in the kind of explosive eruption last displayed nearly a century ago.