Why Investing in Luxury Properties Has Its Own Game Plan



Though most people think of real estate investment purely in terms of single-family homes, it is actually a very diverse field.

Warren Buffet lists his luxury Laguna Beach House for sale



Turned down by Harvard? Don’t feel bad. So was Warren Buffett.

High security is an essential feature for luxury homeowners



A select group of homeowners are taking security to the next level, with high-resolution video cameras, concrete walls and even special safe rooms all becoming must-have features in a luxury home.

Most expensive U.S. home ever goes on sale at $250 million



Billionaire property developer Bruce Makowsky’s new Bel Air Calif., mansion has set a new record for the most expensive home ever listed in the U.S., commanding a whopping $250 million price tag.

Zillow values the White House at $397.7 million



Zillow has updated its valuation for the White House, saying it’s now worth $397.9 million, according to its latest Zillow home valuation.

Home Sales set record in VAIL as Luxury Real Estate continues to flourish



Seven high-end home transactions approaching $100 million in the past 120 days have catapulted luxury home sales to record setting highs in Vail, Colo. as buyers are snapping up one-of-a-kind properties in the nation’s

How a Trump Presidency Affects the Luxury Real Estate Market



As we approach Inauguration Day, many Americans are wondering what a Trump presidency will mean for their lives and their families. When it comes to real estate, having Donald in the White House might be a good thing.

Lady Gaga buys Frank Zappa’s Laurel Canyon home in $5.25M deal



The singer/performance artist is said to have bought Frank Zappa’s estate in the Laurel Canyon neighbourhood of Hollywood Hills for US$5.25 million

Coldwell Banker revamps ‘Previews’ luxury real estate program



Coldwell Banker is enhancing its Coldwell Banker Previews International luxury program by elevating its Previews agent certification program

Redfin analysis reveals A-list homes don’t always sell for a premium



There’s a myth in real estate that A-list celebrities are usually able to nab a few extra thousands on the sale of their home due to their ‘superstar’ status, but new research from Redfin reveals that that’s not really the case.