This Black family's home appraisal grew by $92,000 after they removed all signs of their race
The Parkers suspected they were victims of what’s known as “appraisal discrimination.” That’s when a home is valued lower than its actual worth because of the owner’s race. A federal task force is studying the problem and is scheduled to make recommendations by early 2022.
The Ultra-Rich Are Driving a $24 Billion Property Frenzy in Singapore
In an exclusive Singapore neighborhood shaded with rain trees, a local tech billionaire plunked down $95 million for a mansion. Near an upscale shopping district, a Taiwanese family with a grocery empire spent $216 million for all the units in a condominium development.