Luxury Portfolio International has just announced the addition of six new brokerages and four developments for the first quarter of 2011. According to the news the luxury end of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, added these prestigious companies and endeavors to their already impressive brand.
The new brokerages Luxury Portfolio added include some of the world's most famous real estate brands; Allgemeiner Grund & Boden Fundus GmbH in Berlin, Germany; Bean Group in Portsmouth, NH; Joshua & Company in Aspen, CO; Leonard Ryden Burr Real Estate in Winston-Salem, NC; Moreland Properties in Austin, Texas; and The Grubb Company of Oakland, CA represent a significant portfolio expansion for the company.
As for the developments announced, 1 Gevray in Geneva, Switzerland (image below); Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, FL; Kiawah Island Real Estate Development (Kiawah Image above & below) in Charleston, SC; and Signal Palace Hotel & Private Residences in Chexbres (Vaud), Switzerland (feature image).
President of Luxury Portfolio International™ , Paul Boomsma, had this to say about these latest additions;
“Our growth in new markets is a positive sign, not only for our program, but also the strength of the luxury market as a whole. Our growing share of the luxury real estate market continues to strengthen the network and provide additional exposure and business opportunities for all members.”
Leading Real Estate Companies of the World is the largest worldwide network of premier branded companies. Many of the most prestigious independent luxury brokerages in the world make use of the wide variety of services there. The company's website launched in 2005 presenting some 15,000 of the world's most expensive properties - the company claims some 1.2 million well to do visitors per year visit the site.
Not to be too much of a stickler, but the site did achieve 100,000 visits in a month previously, but the average traffic now is more like 20,000 per month according to Quantcast. And sure enough, over 40 percent of the visitor demographic do make above $100,000 a year - but more on actual company metrics when we profile them later on this month.
For more information about Luxury Portfolio (site landing above), we encourage the reader to visit their website via the several links, their Facebook pages, their Twitter account, or even their YouTube video channel. We leave you with one of the company videos below featuring the company President Paul Boomsma.
We will also profile the company once their representatives get back to us. Until then, we hope you enjoy the images and news. On a personal note, being a Charleston, SC boy myself, Kiawah Island is one of the most beautiful places on Earth - and Kiawah Island Real Estate a company I have personally worked with before. Great people in a great place.
Phil. Thanks for a great piece and for the links out to the video too! It's a fair point on the traffic. We like to underpromise and overdeliver. And we'd certainly love to be profiled - thank you for the offer. Feel free to contact me and I'll set something up.
Oh.. and agree... Kiawah is one of the most beautiful places on earth. Aren't you lucky?
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@Stephanie, You are more than welcome, I liked very much what your company is doing. I will contact you very soon about a more detailed look. Again, thanks for taking the time to stop in. I actually have many stories about Kiawah, interestingly the man who cut the first timber from the Island was family. When the Royals owned the Island, it was an outdoors persons paradise. Untouched, it is still one of the finest "green developments" on the Eastern Seaboard, as you probably already know.
I am a CLIENT LISTER for extreme Luxury Items - I'm looking to List Luxurious Properties for Luury Portfolio International, should any of my CLIENTS be interested to buy, I do referal and upon a done deal get a commission - I would be honored if Luxury Portfolio would take me on to be their INTERNATIONAL CLIENT LISTER for all their INTERNATIONAL PROPERTIES - Thank you for your response.