I've written several posts over the years that were based on stories from the real estate section of Friday's Wall Street Journal, formally known as the Mansion section. To get you up to speed again on what kind of houses are featured in the WSJ, here is a selection of headlines from the last two … Continue reading It’s Been A While Since I Shared Some of the Real Estate Bargains Found in the Wall Street Journal
Could You Live Here, Knowing Its History?
The house shown above is owned by Jeff Franklin, creator of the 1980s television sitcom “Full House”. Franklin is putting his Beverly Hills estate on the market for $85 million. The roughly 21,000-square-foot, Andalusian-style estate, recognizable for its distinctive blue dome, sits on about 3.6 acres near Benedict Canyon and has nine bedrooms and 18 … Continue reading Could You Live Here, Knowing Its History?
All This Could Be Yours – for Just $350,000… Per Month
Perhaps as a way of catering to its readership, the Wall Street Journal does not call its weekly housing section “Real Estate”, but rather “Mansion”. And Mansion is a good description of the houses that are featured every Friday. For example, here are three of the headlines from this week’s edition: A Natural Gas Exec … Continue reading All This Could Be Yours – for Just $350,000… Per Month