Trump's Palm Beach resort could become a stigmatized property or a sought-after estate, real-estate experts told Newsweek.
"You would be very wrong to do anything but encourage your aunt to put it on the open market and sell it for what it's worth," one user said.
From bowling alleys to elevators, Concrete Real Estate CEO Scott Gorelick told Newsweek that A-listers want "ultra high-end compounds with all the amenities."
The A-list agents also divulged to Newsweek which stars' homes on the market right now are the most impressive.
These fixes could avoid 'substantial costs' added to bills this winter.
One Reddit user commenting on the unsettling images looking into the well said: "I see 2 pairs of eyes down there"
Renters, homeowners and prospective buyers are forced to make compromises and seek alternative courses of action, and the same is true of nomadic workforces.
"We did not charge her for staying with us and she made no contribution whilst here," the parent fumed.
"If you sell for that price they can just turn around and sell it and get money right away," one commenter predicted.
Take a look inside the sprawling mansion of the late Michael James Kittredge II, complete with its own golf course, luxury spa, and indoor Las Vegas water park.
The housing market has cooled, but sellers can still find opportunities to meet their needs.
Dahmer killed 17 people, keeping mementos and eating parts of his victims.
The family was told after a home inspection that the floor of the room was slightly wavy, leaving them intrigued as to what was underneath.
Declan Garrett tells Newsweek about selling tickets to win his four-bedroom family home.
The spooky real estate listing featuring the horror movie icon dropped just in time for the Halloween season.
The woman asked the if she was in the wrong after her outburst at the wedding at which she called her husband a "liar and manipulator."
In July, 20 U.S. metropolitan areas had reported a dip in home prices, but this figure more than doubled to 45 in August.
The woman claimed there was "pretty much a whole house" through the closet, which even had a window.
"I won't be going back to my parents and never plan to go back," the Redditor told Newsweek.
San Jose homeowners became property millionaires as prices jumped an average of $266 per day, while Detroit saw its properties increase by 350 percent
"You are mad at the situation and taking it out on the wrong people," one commenter said.
"Landlord requires use Monday, Tuesday and Weds nights," according to the listing. "Don't email if this doesn't suit."
A Reddit post sharing a landlord's extreme rules has been criticized online.
Real estate companies and investors are using all-cash products, low fees and commission rebates to help shake up the market and make homes more accessible and affordable.
"They've been sending me threatening letters with semi-legal threats," said the frustrated property owner on Reddit.
Commenters jumped at the chance to suggest what she can do with the newly-discovered space.
Avoid the West Coast if you're looking to buy a big house on the cheap.
One question increasingly dominates every conversation about this funny business: why are homes getting so expensive?