India’s richest person, Mukesh Ambani, built a $1 billion home. It has 27 habitable floors, including six parking floors for capacity of up to 168 cars. A staff of 600 maintain the home.
Up to 100,000 people in Hong Kong live in “Cage Homes” – a 6ft x 2ft metal cage covering a bed.
You can buy a former missile silo to live in for as little as $260,000 bucks.
North Carolina banned the use of scientific predictions of sea-level rise in determining coastal policies.
A fully furnished replica of The Simpsons house existed as a prize in a contest but the winner opted to take $75,000 instead.
A 3-bedroom house in Flint, Michigan can be bought for $420.
It is a legal requirement in New York for a property seller to disclose if the property a client is inspecting is believed to be haunted by ghosts.
At the time of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, government officials falsely reported 375 deaths to protect real estate prices, even though the figure is estimated to be at minimum 3000.