The fight to preserve Manila's historic buildings
In the Philippine capital, a recent fire that destroyed a nearly century-old post office building has shined a spotlight on the fight for heritage conservation. Officials have assured the public that the building will be restored, but th...
Phoenix home named Vacation Home of the Year
FOX 10's Ellen McNamara checks out The Happy Roadrunner, a home on Piestewa Peak named one of Vrbo's top vacation homes of the year.
Disney ditches $1B Lake Nona project
Walt Disney Company on Thursday scrapped plans to build a nearly $1 billion office complex and relocate 2,000 California-based cast members to Florida. The move comes after Disney earlier this year announced reorganization plans to cut c...
Turning old planes into beach huts
An Irish businessman has converted a five-meter-long piece of aircraft and installed it in his garden as a home office space. The social media frenzy about was so high that he has now turned the whole thing into a business. His Aeropod n...
Polish cost of living crisis hits real estate market
A two-person flat to rent in Warsaw costs around 3,300zł (or €735.31) today. Currently, the minimum wage is 3,490zł gross (€777.68).
Somalian floods leave over 200,000 homeless
At least 200-thousand people in central Somalia have been displaced by heavy rains and flooding. The wet weather comes after a prolonged drought that has left millions of people on the brink of famine. The United Nations says it needs 2....
Airbnb warns of possible slowdown in bookings
Airbnb warned in its latest quarterly report of a possible slowdown in bookings. Cheddar News breaks down how budget-conscious customers are planning changes in travel for the upcoming summer season.
Chinese snap up homes amid Thailand downturn
Many Chinese, eager to offset risks after the pandemic, are snapping up second homes overseas and Thailand, with its good international schools and quality medical facilities, is proving an attractive investment.
UK housing crisis looms
A housing affordability crisis is brewing in the UK, with more than 1.4 million homeowners forced to refinance their mortgages this year at significantly higher interest rates.
Creating tree-top homes to combat climate change
The trees in this Australian development have been preserved to keep the homes cool and help local wildlife.
New York's new architectural icon
The Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation is the new wing of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. It houses some 4 million species and opens its doors today.
Princess evicted from villa in Rome
Texas-born princess Rita Jenrette Boncompagni Ludovisi was escorted off the property by police after years of dispute over the property.
AirBnB targets apartment rentals
Airbnb is adding Starwood Capital and other landlords to a program offering rental properties that are also eligible for short-term stays. Airbnb co-founder Nate Blecharczyk joins Caroline Hyde to discuss how the company saw a 43% increa...
Project to install new Notre Dame spire begins
Four years after the fire of the cathedral in Paris, a project is underway to install a new spire. The first step, a giant wooden base that was successfully lifted into place atop the cathedral.
Can Adani redevelop India's famous slum?
India's slum Dharavi gained global attention from 'Slumdog Millionaire'. Billionaire Gautam Adani is now leading a $620-million urban renewal project there, but what happens to its residents?
Australia's new city tackles climate change
Western Parkland City Authority CEO Sarah Hill discusses the new city being built in western Sydney, which plans to tackle climate change from the ground up.
Blackstone secures $30 billion for real estate buys
Blackstone secured $30.4 billion of total capital commitments for its largest global property drawdown fund, called Blackstone Real Estate Partners X, according to a statement. Sonali Basak has more on "Bloomberg Markets."
Cuba struggles with crumbling houses
Dilapidated buildings in old Havana have become an example of the severe economic crisis in Cuba. Now residents are struggling to make repairs as the country suffers through an economic crisis.
'I’d be dead without it': Prescribing housing as health care
Some doctors in Portland, Ore., are offering housing as basic medical care for people living on the streets. Their treatment plan invests in getting people into their own homes and it's saving lives.
Touring Palm Beach's only private island
Featuring 11 beds and 22 baths, multiple pools, plus a private tennis pavilion and your very own yacht dock, this home on Palm Beach's only private island stretches over 21,000 square feet. CNBC's Robert Frank tours what could be the mos...
Heavy rains increase landslides in Brazil
A fear of landslides caused by heavy rains is keeping people in northern Brazil awake at night. Craters – 70m deep and 500m wide - have developed close to people's homes. Al Jazeera’s Victoria Gatenby reports.
Single women outnumber single men in homeownership
Today, single women own more homes than single men. Analysis from online lending marketplace "Lending Tree" found single women own about 13% of owner-occupied homes compared to 10% among single men.
Aftershocks rattle Turkey reconstruction effort
Nearly two months after powerful earthquakes struck Turkey and Syria, millions of displaced people are still in dire need of proper housing. The Turkish government has already started some major reconstruction projects. But safety concer...
U.S. existing-home sales rise to three-year high
U.S. sales of previously owned homes rose in February by the most since mid-2020. Guy Johnson and Alix Steel react to the numbers on "Bloomberg Markets."
Devastating landslides sweep through Peru
In Peru, thousands of people have been forced to flee after landslides dumped tonnes of mud and debris on a poor community in the district of Cieneguilla in the country’s west. At least one person has died while many saw their homes dest...
U.S. Initial Jobless Claims Decrease to 192,000
U.S. Initial unemployment claims in regular state programs slid to 192,000 in the largest weekly decline since July, while housing starts surprised to the upside for February.
The price for the keys to a Scottish castle
"Around 10% of the purchase price per year, absolute minimum for upkeep." A dream Scottish castle could be yours. But it'll cost you. Again and again. Alex Morgan explains.
Portugal: State plan to fix housing crisis
Tourism has jump-started Portugal's economy since the economic crisis in 2008. But it has also created a crisis of another sort for it's residents, a housing crisis.
Tourists causing rental crisis in Buenos Aires
City living is getting too expensive for Argentines. Many are blaming online rental platforms that mainly cater to tourists. In Buenos Aires, long time residents say much needed housing is being converted into short term rentals.