Candace Taylor, Wall Street Journal

Candace Taylor

Wall Street Journal

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Candace:

Renters Who Abandoned Their City Apartments During Covid Are Coming Home to a Crazy Leasing Market

Those who fled their city apartments amid Covid are coming back to find themselves priced out. → Read More

Ernie Boch Jr. Is Known for Pushing the Envelope. His Collection of Homes Is No Different

The car dealership heir has amassed an expansive property portfolio that includes a $100 million-plus estate with a 40-car auto salon and a crypt in his native Norwood, Mass. → Read More

Private Palm Beach Island to Ask $120 Million—$35 Million More Than It Sold for in July

The developer is giving buyers the option to buy Tarpon Island as is, or pay $200 million for an extensive renovation and addition. → Read More

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Co-Owner Wants $55 Million for Palm Beach Property

Darcie Glazer Kassewitz and her husband, Joel Kassewitz, purchased the 2-acre waterfront property for $20.5 million in 2010. → Read More

Following Bidding War, I.M. Pei’s New York Townhouse Sells for $8.6 Million

The artwork inside the famed architect’s Sutton Place home sold for nearly triple the property’s sale price in 2019. → Read More

These Home Garages Sat Idle Before Covid. Now They’re Gyms, Art Studios and Even Pubs.

The pandemic inspired homeowners to repurpose their seldom-used garages. → Read More

MTV Cribs Makes Its Instagram-Era Comeback

The series reboot faces stiff competition from social media, but the show’s creator says viewers will still show up to see “how the other half lives.” → Read More

Real-Estate Frenzy Overwhelms Small-Town America: ‘I Came Home Crying’

Buyers far from big cities lose out to investors and deep-pocket rivals in places where properties until a year ago offered affordable entry to the middle-class → Read More

In Housing Markets Like Cape Cod and the Jersey Shore, Homes for Sale Disappeared During Covid

A number of high-end markets saw a dramatic drop in the number of homes for sale during the coronavirus pandemic. An in-depth look at why, plus an interactive inventory tracker for buyers and sellers. → Read More

In These Housing Markets, Inventory Nearly Vanished During Covid

A number of high-end markets saw a dramatic drop in the number of homes for sale during the coronavirus pandemic. An in-depth look at why, plus an interactive inventory tracker for buyers and sellers. → Read More

Following Bidding War, Montana Ranch Is in Contract for Around Its $136.25 Million Asking Price

Climbing Arrow Ranch, near Bozeman, was publicly listed for less than a week before finding a buyer → Read More

Covid Is Turning the Closest BFFs Into Long-Lost Friends

You’ve read the headlines: People are exiting cities in droves. What happens when your best friend leaves town, too? → Read More

Miami’s Condo Market Notches Another Big Deal With $35 Million Penthouse Sale

Developer Ian Bruce Eichner sold his apartment that spans 11,000 square feet and includes 6,000 square feet of outdoor space. → Read More

When Friends Move Next Door

Baby boomers entering their golden years are adding a new feature to their dream homes: handpicked neighbors. → Read More

Bing Crosby’s Onetime Bay Area Home Hits the Market for $13.75 Million

The late crooner bought the Tudor-style estate in Hillsborough for $175,000 in 1963. → Read More

A Beverly Hills Home With Not One, But Four Kitchens Asks $33.95 Million

The newly built, 10,200-square-foot estate also includes an elliptical staircase, waterfalls and a 92-foot-long infinity pool. → Read More

Homebuyers Are Heading to Florida During Covid, But Nearly As Many Are Moving Out

Thanks to hurricanes, heat and red-hot home prices, the state’s population growth hit its lowest rate since 2014 during the pandemic. → Read More

These People Rushed to Buy Homes During Covid. Now They Regret It.

Hot real-estate markets across the U.S. led to a number of buyers snapping up homes without performing due diligence. → Read More

Joe Biden’s Dogs Shepherd In New Era of Presidential Pets at the White House

How the new administration can prepare for Major and Champ’s arrival in Washington, D.C. → Read More

Before Covid, Golf Club Communities Were in the Rough. Now They’re Seeing Green

Golf homes are experiencing a surge in demand, as more players hit the links during the pandemic. Will it last? → Read More