Top 10 U.S. Real Estate News – October's Important, Trending & Celebrity Home News

Michael Jordan now has two homes for sale including his 56,000-square-foot Chicago home.

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Top 10 U.S. Real Estate News – October’s Important, Trending & Celebrity Home News
“October’s Top 10 U.S. Real Estate News”
“Gwen Stefani’s Beverly Hills Home – Sold”Gwen Stefani has sold her Beverly Hills home for $21.65 million. Gwen and ex-husband, Gavin Rossdale, bought the 15,000-square-foot home in 2006 for $13 million. When Gwen first put it on the market in 2017, she was asking $35 million for the home.
“Brady – Budchen Home Reduced”After just two months and no sale, Tom Brady and Gisele Budchen have reduced the asking price on their Boston-area home from $39.5 million to $35.9 million. Their seven-bedroom, 12,000-square-foot home is on 5.24 acres on the 9th hole of The Country Club.
“Labor Costs Blamed for Higher Home Prices”According to a recent survey of home builders, labor costs represent about 75% of the cost of a new home. Higher wages and a shortage of subcontractors result in today’s higher home prices.
“Kurt Cobain’s Beautiful Home”A Queen Anne-style home with shingled exterior and about 8,000 square feet on Lake Washington in Seattle is for sale at $7.5 million. Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love bought the home in 1994, shortly before Kurt’s death.
“Michael Jordan Lists Two Mansions”Michael Jordan has now added his contemporary-cabin-style Utah home for sale at $7.5 million to the Chicagoland home he has been trying to sell for seven years. His 56,000-square-foot Chicago home was originally on the market at $29 million – now at $14.9 million.
“Feds Stop HGTV Stars’ Seminars”A federal court has ordered a stop to national real estate seminars featuring HGTV ‘Flip or Flop’ stars that promised riches by flipping homes. Although the seminar was free, participants were coaxed into purchasing additional training that could cost over $41,000.
“Frank Lloyd Wright’s Last Home Sells At Auction”Frank Lloyd Wright’s final home design sold at auction for $1,677,500 in Phoenix. It was the last design he worked on before he died in 1959. It was built in 1967 by his apprentice, John Rattenbury.
“Cheryl Tiegs’ Bel Air Home Is a 10”One of the 1970’s top models whose pinup poster adorned bedroom walls throughout the world, Cheryl Tiegs has put her Bel Air home for sale at $18.5 million. Tiegs bought the 4,770-square-foot, four-bedroom home in 1996 for $2.49 million and spent millions more in updates.
“Justin Bieber Might Be Selling His New Home”According to the New York Post, Justin Bieber is already thinking about selling the Beverly Hills home he bought earlier this year and is putting feelers out to his 119 million Instagram followers. Justin bought the 6,132-square-foot home earlier this year for $8.5 million.
“Florida Home Prices Continue To Climb”In September, Florida single-family home sales rose 11.5% from September, 2018 while the median price rose 5.3% to $256,000. Florida condominium sales went up 6.1% and the median up 5.8% to $193,000. Florida median home and condominium sales prices have increased for 93 consecutive months.
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, According to the Center for Diagnostic Imaging

Press Release – updated: Oct 31, 2019 03:00 EDT

MIAMI, October 31, 2019 (Newswire.com) – ​October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, according to The Center for Diagnostic Imaging. Breast Cancer is being diagnosed in greater amounts than ever before, which is why it is important to receive a mammogram regularly. The Diagnostic medical imaging centers of Miami recommend yearly mammograms after the age of 40.
A mammogram is an X-ray technique that is specially used to detect any abnormalities in the breast tissue. Women who are at high risk of breast cancer or have a family history of breast cancer are advised to get a mammogram. The mammogram is not only recommended for women but medical imaging centers in Miami also advise the procedure to men as well if they get a lump in their chest area.
How Is a Mammogram Performed?
During the procedure, the breasts are pressed against the mammogram machine (the compression makes it easier to get clear pictures). The two plates of the machine are used to compress the breasts. If the patient is in their late twenties and their breasts are dense, the radiologist might take multiple pictures to get a clearer view.
Things to Tell a Physician Before Getting A Mammogram
If the patient has suffered from any abnormalities of breasts, like lumps, etc.
If the patient has any breast surgeries in the past.
If the patient might be pregnant or is breastfeeding.
What to Expect During a Mammogram?
Before the test, the patient needs to undress from the waist above
The person will need a hospital gown, so that they can keep their pants on them.
Then they will need to stand in front of the mammogram machine with their breasts firmly pressed against the machine.
They might feel a little discomfort due to the compression. If it is painful, they can tell their technologists.
It usually takes about 20 minutes; their breasts are compressed just for a few seconds
Typically, two views of each of the breasts are taken; if they have implants, then more pictures are made to get better results.
Patients will typically get their results the next day. Mammograms are beneficial to know if a lump is cancerous or not. If their physician suspects a cancerous lump, they will ask them to get a biopsy. It is important to mention that 95 percent of the biopsies come out as negative. Women should not be afraid to get breast lumps checked, as early detection is the key to prevention.
About CDI: The Center for Diagnostic Imaging is one of Miami’s leading diagnostic facilities. With over 20 years of experience, CDI has successfully provided the best services and results in digital imaging and patient care. As a premier imaging center in Miami, CDI offers CT scans in Miami, mammograms in Miami, and MRIs in Miami Beach.
For more information on or to set up an appointment with The Center for Diagnostic Imaging, call 1-800-371-0002.
Source: The Center for Diagnostic Imaging