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Realtors as Employees, a MASSIVE Foreclosure, and 3D Printed Homes

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed 🧑‍⚖️ what is known as the PRO Act, a bill 🧾which aims 🎯 to empower unions in the 27 “right to work” states and impose the Dynamex ABC 🔤 test regarding independent contractor status on the country 🇺🇸 as a whole.

For years, spec developer Nile Niami has teased “The One” 1️⃣ — a 100,000-square-foot mega-mansion ⛲️ in Bel-Air 🌴 that he hoped to sell for $500 million. But his plans are now in peril 😱. Niami, known for his brazen personality and wildly ambitious real estate projects, borrowed $82.5 million from Hankey Capital in 2018 to build the extravagant home 🏯. Over the last three years, that debt has ballooned 🎈 to more than $110 million, and Hankey wants its money 💸.

There's the obvious price tag 🏷 of purchasing a place to live, but houses always come with surprising 😲 costs like repairs 🪚 or down payments. But specific amenities can make homes more expensive to buy in the first place. Insider spoke to an expert about the features that can make a house 🏡 cost more on the market - from location to appliances 🚽 - as well as about how potential buyers can save money 🤑 as they search 🕵️‍♀️ for their dream house.

Prices for new homes are on the rise 🌅. But there's a new kind of home going on the market that some say could change that trend, reports CBS News' Michael George in Calverton, New York. 3D 🕶 printed houses —partially built by a robotic 🦾 construction 🏗 system that stacks layers upon layers of concrete 🧱 from the ground up to create the framework for a new home — are transforming the speed 🏎 and cost 💰 at which houses are being developed and sold.



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