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    China Oceanwide puts S.F.'s Oceanwide Center, other U.S. holdings on market
    The San Francisco project has had a troubled history.

    Exclusive: Developer puts S.F.'s Oceanwide Center, other U.S. holdings on market
    The San Francisco project has had a troubled history.

    Millennials are giving up on home-buying dream. Guess where they're most pessimistic.
    Millennials ? the generation of Americans born in the last two decades of the 20th century ? are increasingly giving up hope of ever owning a house, long considered a cornerstone of the American Dream and historically the way many Americans have built wealth. Nowhere is this pessimism greater than in San Jose, where a study by Apartment List says nearly one in five millennials believe they will rent their dwelling for the rest of their lives. The national average is 12.3 percent, which is up?

    New residential brokerage launches in Dallas-Fort Worth
    Real estate brokerage Homegenius has expanded to Dallas-Fort Worth with a team of 10 agents and an aim to grow to as many as 100 agents by the end of next year. In addition to Dallas, Homegenius is launching in the Houston and Fort Lauderdale markets. The brokerage has recruited 10 seasoned agents operating out of an office at 5960 Berkshire Lane in Dallas, and the company is looking to add to that team, said Raul Villalobos, regional director, who is leading the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston operations.?

    Hundreds of Hill Country acres to become parkland in $13M deal
    After 60 years as a Boy Scout campground, El Rancho Cima ? on the Devil's Backbone, fronting the Blanco River ? closed in 2015. Neighbors feared losing the huge nature preserve to development. And while some of the land is being sold off to private landowners, a national nonprofit and Hays County government are partnering to turn more than 500 acres into a public park and watering hole.

    Q&A: Why McBride Homes' future could rest in the hands of its new president
    McBride Homes? new president Jake Eilermann is no stranger to the company.

    Twin Cities home market stays hot as temps cool
    A chilly October didn't put the freeze on the Twin Cities home market, as listings, sales and home prices all climbed during the month. The median sales price of a Twin Cities home increased to $280,000 in October, up 5.7 percent from last year, according to a report from Minneapolis Area Realtors. (The figure is down a bit from an all-time high of $290,000 in July, though.) Both buyer and seller activity also increased from 2018 levels, a trend MAR attributed to low interest rates. Pending home?

    Work begins on first apartment project next to Allianz Field
    Scannell Properties has begun work on a 137-unit apartment project across the street from the new Allianz Field soccer stadium.

    Curbio partners with D.C.-area luxury real estate brand
    Curbio Inc., the rapidly expanding Potomac startup that pays for home renovations to boost sale prices, said Monday it has partnered with local luxury real estate company TTR Sotheby?s Realty. The move comes after Curbio raised $7.1 million in fresh funding and added Camber Creek Managing Partner Casey Berman to its board, alongside Darren Bechtel, managing director of Brick & Mortar Ventures. Founded in 2016 by former Vocus Inc. CEO and Chairman Rick Rudman, Curbio has already expanded beyond?

    Home prices in these two Tampa Bay cities are expected to skyrocket, report says
    Clearwater and St. Petersburg are among markets where home prices are expected to skyrocket in the next decade, according to a recent report by GoBankingRates. The report looked at the top 300 biggest cities in the U.S. and evaluated each market based on Zillow?s one-year forecast to project their growth in home prices over the next 10 years. From there, they identified the cities where the change would bring the market?s median home value above the national median, which currently sits at?