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Man Caves for Super Fans

Zillow By Erika Riggs Whether you bleed Broncos blue and orange or are a proud 12th Man supporter of the Seahawks, or even if you're just tuning in for the commercials, we've rounded up our annual list of awesome man caves -- all ready for Super Bowl XLVIII. Need more man caves? Check out our favorites... Continue Reading »

Super Bowl XLVIII: How Denver and Seattle Match Up as Places to Live

AP Ahead of the Super Bowl on Sunday, the good people at Redfin -- an online brokerage firm -- have put together a helpful side-by-side comparison of Denver and Seattle. Because, when you get right down to it, this game is about more than the Broncos offense against the Seahawks defense. It's about two cities. It's about... Continue Reading »

7 Super Bowl Party Houses That Would Rock Your Face Off

If you're like us, you'll be glued to the TV this Super Bowl Sunday with beer in hand and pizza in lap, most likely going hoarse from screaming at the screen at the top of your lungs. But also, if you're like us, you'll be wishing you were doing all this in a giant party pad, watching the Big Game on a huge movie screen... Continue Reading »

Joe Montana's Former San Francisco Condo for Rent

Whether you're rooting for the San Francisco 49ers to win the Super Bowl or not, you'll probably still agree that former 49ers quarterback (and all-around football legend) Joe Montana has scored some touchdowns in real estate. Not only does he have a stunning $35 million Tuscan-style estate in California's Wine Country,... Continue Reading »

New Orleans' Super Bowl XLVII Spotlight Will Show Post-Katrina Promise, Some Say

A 20-story-high mural of the Lombardi Trophy, affixed to the glass exterior of a bustling hotel that was once a shattered symbol of Hurricane Katrina's devastation, rises like a beacon above the expansive white roof of the Superdome. The Super Bowl is back in the Big Easy, finally, after 11 years, giving New Orleans a... Continue Reading »

Saints Coach Sean Payton Moves to Texas

Sean Payton, the coach of the New Orleans Saints, is not leaving to join the Dallas Cowboys, but he is moving his family from New Orleans to the Dallas enclave of Vaquero, Tex., according to the Times-Picayune. Sean Payton apparently is leasing the home of former Texas Ranger Mark Teixeira in the affluent suburb of... Continue Reading »

Dallas-Fort Worth Fails to Escape Housing Crisis

Even as the Dallas-Fort Worth area pumps itself up for the excitement of the Super Bowl, it also is experiencing a housing crisis mega-bummer: Distressed home sales hit a new high in Dallas-Fort Worth in 2010, creeping into a record 16 percent of total properties sold by agents in this north Texas area. Dallas-Fort Worth... Continue Reading »

Dallas Ho! Super Bowl Rentals Go Crazy

Now that everyone knows who's playing in the Super Bowl, the rental market in Dallas/Fort Worth -- near the site of the big game, Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Tex. -- is heating up bigtime. Websites featuring private homes for Super Bowl rentals saw an immediate spike in traffic right after Sunday's playoff games --... Continue Reading »

Baltimore Ravens Star Scores in Real Estate

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is gunning for a win, not only in the Super Bowl, but with his up-and-coming Boca Raton, Fla.-based real estate firm. Luis F. Perez of The Real Deal explores Lewis's innovative approach, which includes an art gallery filled with sports-related art. While Ray Lewis, the Baltimore... Continue Reading »

Outlook for Florida's Real Estate Market: Overcast But Clearing?

In foreclosure-wracked Florida, there are tiny signs of life. The state's foreclosure rate dipped in January. Earlier this month, all eyes were on Miami when the Super Bowl XLIV came to town. And recently, the deep freeze in real estate lending seems to have thawed. An investor group buying a 63-unit condo project on... Continue Reading »

Super Bounce for New Orleans Real Estate Post-Super Bowl?

The celebrations on Bourbon Street may have quieted down, but the Saints' epic Super Bowl victory may give residents something to cheer about for years to come. The New Orleans real estate market may be the real beneficiary of the Saints victory. One recent study suggests that annual per capita income in New Orleans could... Continue Reading »

Get Your Man Cave Ready Before Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is fast approaching, and if you haven't got your man cave up and running yet, now is the time to get moving. A man cave is an at-home getaway and can be your go-to retreat for a variety of occasions. Some of the uses of these sanctuaries include being used as an entertainment room (an enormous TV is... Continue Reading »

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