Who is buying and selling real estate in the next three years? Globally 38% are interested in buying compared to only 23% who want to sell.
Defining the luxury real estate market isn't simple. From Boston to Miami to Los Angeles, the word luxury has a different definition. In some areas, luxury is defined as anything over $1 million. In pricey parts of Los Angeles, single-family homes often are listed at $5 million and [...]
According to Money Magazine, Newton, MA tops the United States livability charts yet again.
Unfazed by associations with cell blocks and parking garages, more homeowners are discovering that concrete is the chameleon of construction. It can take on the texture of wood or glass, an artist’s palette of color beyond drab gray and, with the addition of structural fibers and plasticizers, is less prone to cracking. According to surveys, poured and precast concrete is most popular in the luxury sector—accounting for 4.1% of high-end homes built last year. That marks a steady increase in the demand for luxury concrete since the recession low in 2012, when such homes accounted for just 1.9% of new construction. Investing in concrete construction with high-end finishes may pay off in resale value–– Realtors now recognize that polished concrete floors are a very popular design element.
New re-construction on Woodcliff Road in Chestnut Hill now listed! Impressive luxury gut transformation of 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home on a quiet cul-de-sac featuring extensive special-touches & improvements.
Just last week, Mets baseball Hall of Famer Mike Piazza listed his Tuscan-style villa on Sunset Island in Miami Beach, Florida for $18.5M.
“It’s impeccably finished and perfect for raising a family and entertaining,” says Luciana Padula, spokeswoman for listing agents Jill Hertzberg and Jill Eber. It has “100 feet of water frontage on the [...]
Gorgeous suburban home with all the luxuries
Sting and his wife have been living in their NYC Penthouse for almost a decade now. With awe-inspiring views of Central Park in almost every room with 140 feet of park frontage, 396 Sqft. terrace, and impeccably finished living space of approx. 5,417 [...]
According to CNBC, there has been a supply shortage of luxury homes in the US for the past two years. There was a 4.9 percent increase in values of the top 5 percent of homes sold in the third quarter of the year, according to Redfin, that stated the average of these homes was $1.71 million.
Luxury home prices across the globe continue to rise.
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