The Wall Street Journal
Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under The Wall Street Journal, from most recent to least.
UrbanTurf Staff | May 10th 2023
The 23,600 square-foot mansion just hit the market, and would set a record if it fetches its lofty listing price. ... read»
UrbanTurf Staff | September 30th 2015
The Wall Street Journal reports that the furniture company has been testing out a variety of concepts in a small Swedish apartment. ... read»
Lark Turner | April 22nd 2015
The Wall Street Journal's Real Time Economics blog says new-home prices are "on fire."... read»
UrbanTurf Staff | February 22nd 2012
This morning, The Wall Street Journal had an intriguing article as to why long-term mortgage rates should be even lower than their already-historic lo... read»
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Shilpi Paul | January 20th 2012
For the first time in years, homeowners have increased the money that they are putting toward renovations, The Wall Street Journal reported this morni... read»
Shilpi Paul | January 17th 2012
If entrepreneur Charlie Kamps has his way, your next house will be delivered via FedEx.... read»
Shilpi Paul | November 14th 2011
A decade ago, homeowners didn't have a tool at their fingertips that would provide them with a current value for their home. Now sites all over the we... read»
UrbanTurf Staff | September 6th 2011
In these times of historically low mortgage rates, it is not uncommon to see advertisements for rates below 4 percent. However, actually getting that ... read»
Mark Wellborn | August 22nd 2011
In a proposal that is sure to result in his press secretary's phone ringing off the hook, Rep. Gary Ackerman (D. NY) has legislation in the works that... read»
Mark Wellborn | August 3rd 2011
The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the inventory of for-sale homes dropped significantly in several U.S. cities in the second quarter of 2... read»
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