Bitcoin Is Creeping Into Real Estate and the Risks Are Real [VICE] Yeah, the risks are real … real tempting! (For god’s sake, please prop up my fake internet money investment.)
The Crystal City-National Airport Pedestrian Bridge Might Actually Happen [Curbed DC] Me: “Man, no transportation project will ever top the pure wackiness of the Georgetown Gondola.” Crystal City: “Hold my beer.”
When America’s Preferred Unit of Housing Was the Bed, Not the House [Citylab] I could never not live alone, but I can very easily go without a bed. (I once spent several months sleeping on three chairs in a row with blankets over them.) People back then had it all backwards.
TOPA Bill Exempting Single Family Homes Inches Forward [Urban Turf DC] On one hand: defanging one of the only tools available to vulnerable tenants. On the other hand: my rent going down slightly because more people will rent out their houses. I’m glad I don’t have to vote on this one.
Rising Mortgage Rates Hit New Homes Sales Hard [CNBC] Wait, is slashing taxes in an overheated economy not a good idea?! Who knew? (Other than every economist.)
This Alleged $1.2 Billion Ponzi Scheme Could Destroy the CA Trophy Home Market [Mansion Global] Not even kidding – whenever I read the details about one of these ponzi schemes, my first thought is, “but isn’t that just how capitalism works?”