Consider these factors to ensure smooth sailing when searching for the perfect home for you — and your boat.
Living on the water is truly a luxury, and while it can be a great move for any number of reasons, these two make life on the water so incredibly special.
Withdrawing from a listing is never an easy decision, but depending on the situation, sometimes it’s the best decision.
While spending $25,000 isn’t in everyone’s budget (understandably), there are still ways to have an amazing open house without having to break the bank.
More and more millennials are purchasing luxury properties.
Not everyone is as gifted as “Cousins on Call” or “Million Dollar Decorator,” but knowing what to focus can go a long way.
When it comes to luxury real estate, the typical weekend afternoon drop-in simply won’t do.
Whether sold traditionally or through auction, the process of buying and selling luxury real estate is just as unique as the people who call these properties home.
Luxury real estate is looked upon as a collectible — not simply just “somewhere to live” but rather a showpiece to add to a buyer’s valuable portfolio of possessions.
The good news is that green is not just a trend; it’s a full-fledged movement and way of life that can help improve everything from your health to your bottom line.
From size to historic registration, these are a few factors to consider before you buy.
Single and ready to mingle? These three cities have lots of other singles (according to the U.S. Census Bureau), as well as amazing food, endless cultural options and epic nightlife.
If no less than unreal amenities are what you demand, these properties will make you feel right at home.
When it comes to home purchases, celebrities are just like everyone else — with the possible exception of a slightly larger budget.
Here’s a glimpse at some of top places to find the finest amenities homes have to offer.