Home-selling startup from Trulia founders wants to disrupt Charlotte real estate market

Home-selling startup from Trulia founders wants to disrupt Charlotte real estate market

A decade ago, Trulia and Zillow shook up the real estate market by shifting power to potential homebuyers. A new startup called Knock — led by former Trulia founders — is now trying to create the same sort of shift for home sellers. The company expanded to Charlotte last week and is leasing space in …
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Is real estate investing the best way to build wealth?

28 percent of millennials picked real estate and 23 percent chose cash. Only 17 favored stocks. This is the wrong way to build wealth. I’m not saying that real estate per se is a bad investment. Certainly owning your own home is a great way to put down roots in a community in which you wish to live.
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Accor selling majority stake in real estate business

AccorHotels has agreed to sell 55% of its hotel real estate business, AccorInvest, for about $5.4 billion to a group of investors that includes Singapore’s and Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth funds. AccorInvest has 891 hotels, including 324 that are owned outright and 567 controlled through a leasehold …
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