A real estate agent in Washington D.C. has gone turbo this Halloween 🎃 by decorating the homes she has been showing with 12-foot skeletons 💀. 54-year-old Donna Kerr felt that people could use an extra laugh this spooky 👻 holiday season as the world 🌏 continues to battle the COVID-19 outbreaks. “I think it’s like a bit of breath of fresh air—a bright spot 🌞 in the constant heavy news of the day,” said Kerr, who bought the skeletons at Home Depot for $300 💸 a piece.
Strong 💪 demand and a limited supply of homes have caused home price gains 💲 to accelerate dramatically. Prices beat expectations, rising 🆙 5.7% annually in August, up from 4.8% in July, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index 📊. The 10-City Composite 🏙 posted a 4.7% gain, up from 3.5% in the previous month.
If you’re on the hunt 🕵️♂️ for your next rental property 🏠 investment, take note: Rent appreciation has slowed 📈 down. According to rent reports from both Realtor.com and CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX), the rate of rent price growth ↗️ has calmed down ↘️ considerably amid the pandemic. In some markets, rents have even dropped 🔽.
'My new favorite video game': Viewers are stunned by real estate listing's 3D tour of labyrinth Kentucky home...
Social media users 🤳 have been left stunned by strange rooms and bizarre items found on a 3D 🕶 walkthrough tour of a large home listed for sale in Kentucky 🐎. The $375,000 property, which was built in 1970 and is located in Louisville, boasts two kitchens, three bedrooms and four bathrooms. The home has previously been used as a 'church, ⛪️ school 👩🏫, day care center 👶 and home business 🗂', according to the real estate listing, and it features separate bathrooms 🚽 with urinals.