YouTube influencers helping agents to sell luxury homes

YouTube influencers are shining a spotlight on luxury real estate, with videos that offer a closer look at some of the mansions of the ultra wealthy. This new trend for focusing on high-end properties has improved YouTube’s status as an “important marketing channel for even the most privacy-obsessed home seller”, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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Zillow sees more listings of high-end homes

New listings of high-end homes dropped the farthest and fastest when the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S., while affordable listings were less affected, a new Zillow analysis shows. But as new listings have increased in recent weeks in response to strong buyer demand, more high-end homes are coming onto the market than any other type.

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Median list price in the U.S. tops $300K

April saw the median list price for homes in the U.S. reach a new record high of $310,000, according to realtor.com’s latest housing trend report. It says that listing prices continue to rise even as housing inventories across the nation are growing. “The U.S. median listing price set another record this month, which we expect

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Luxury Homes are an Easier Sell

High-end homes are getting easier to sell, with the luxury market posting some of the largest increases in home sales compared to every other price category, according to the National Association of Realtors.

High-End Homes Are In High Demand Across The US

We’re seeing a lot of momentum in the luxury home market of late, with prices on the rise and many areas where the market had struggled rapidly transforming into seller’s markets, says the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing.

Beverly Hills Buyers Still Have Cash to Splash

Although increasing numbers of high-end homes are becoming foreclosures, Beverly Hills is bucking the trend, with owners asking and often getting millions more than they paid. A prime example is Jennifer Aniston, who sold her 10,000 ft.² home for $36 million, which is a pretty healthy increase on the $13.5 million she paid in 2006.

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