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    Springfield, Illinois, real estate: What you can get for $1.4 million

    National Association of Home Builders CEO Jerry Howard weighs in on the supply chain and labor shortages in the real estate market and how it impacts consumers. Springfield, Illinois, is known for being the hometown of 16th President Abraham Lincoln and the capital of the Land of Lincoln.  The city’s many historical sites such as the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum draw in tourists, along with kids’ attractions, outdoor venues, and a vibrant downtown. Abraham Lincoln presidential library and museum. Springfield, Illinois. (Holly Hildreth / Contributor / Getty Images) Another Springfield asset enjoyed by visitors and residents  

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    Charleston, West Virginia, real estate: What you can get for $1.3 million

    Host Kacie McDonnell previews ‘Mansion Global,’ originally a Fox Nation series, which will air Tuesdays at 9 PM as part of the new FBN primetime lineup launch. West Virginia has received some great press as a destination of late, being recently named one of Condé Nast Traveler magazine’s top 22 places to go in 2022 and landing its first national park earlier this year.  Anyone who has basked in its gorgeous scenery can understand why, which might be the reason the state’s capital city of Charleston has become a draw for some remote workers in the age of COVID-19. Charleston  

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    Cleveland, Ohio, real estate: What you can get for $1.3 million

    Rocket Companies Vice Chairman and CEO Jay Farner provides insight into his company’s latest earnings, the financial industry becoming more digital and home values and mortgages across the country. Cleveland, Ohio, was founded in 1796, and sits on the southern shore of Lake Erie. The city itself had around 372,000 residents as of 2020’s count, but the entire metro area has a population of more than 3.63 million. Cleveland, Ohio, USA – June 19, 2018: The famous Cleveland sign landmark script overlooking the downtown skyline and Lake Erie Ohio USA (iStock) Visitors to the city are drawn to its  

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  • Home Improvement

    Home Run Financing Hits $10 Million in Home Improvement Project Financing in Less than 90 Days with New Loan Product, Home Run Loans

    Published: Oct. 18, 2021 at 12:48 PM MDT|Updated: 32 minutes ago LOS GATOS, Calif., Oct. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Home Run Financing announced today that their new unsecured home improvement loan product, Home Run Loans, has financed more than $10 million in home improvement projects since the product was launched in July 2021. Home Run Financing currently operates in California, Kansas, Missouri and Florida. Home Run Financing logo (PRNewsfoto/Home Run Financing) “Hitting this milestone so quickly is an indicator that home renovations is a sector where Americans continue to spend their money,” said  

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    A Sprawling Co-op at the Majestic Is Listed for $25 Million

    The sprawling Upper West Side apartment where the footwear executive George Malkemus had lived with his husband and business partner, Anthony Yurgaitis, is coming to market for the first time in nearly two decades. The asking price is $25 million, with $13,781 in monthly maintenance, according to John Burger, a broker with Brown Harris Stevens, which is marketing the property. The listing comes almost a month after the death of Mr. Malkemus, who, along with Mr. Yurgaitis, ran the high-end shoe brand Manolo Blahnik in the United States for 37 years. Mr. Malkemus also helped the actor Sarah Jessica Parker,  

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    What $1.25 Million Buys you in North Carolina, Connecticut and California

    Tryon, N.C. | $1.225 Million A 1947 house with four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, including a one-bedroom, one-bathroom attached guest suite, on an 18.12-acre lot with a swimming pool This house, known as Rosebay, is in a historic resort community of about 1,600 in southwest North Carolina. It was expanded, starting in 2015, with the addition of a guest suite and a detached two-car garage with a workshop. Other recent improvements include a paved driveway that replaces gravel, and a new roof. The property, which is less than a mile from the town’s commercial area, is in  

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    The $1 million gamble – nj.com

    Andrew Greenberg is trying not to panic. The 58-year-old suburban dad is watching the clock on a sunny Wednesday morning, agonizing over the unknown. His body is tight with tension. He can’t focus on his work. Greenberg has pumped nearly $60,000 into his handsome Glen Ridge home, endured months of chaotic renovations — from a new kitchen, to new lighting, to new doorknobs — and essentially transformed his son into a 17-year-old nomad who travels from house to house searching for a quiet place to lay his head, all in pursuit of a pandemic-era “fantasy,” as he calls it. And  

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