October 22, 2012

Brian Hazen with Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Lists Jigsaw Ranch in Aspen, Colorado

 Courtesy of Kim Briscoe at Coldwell Banker Mason Morse

Aspen, Colorado. Coldwell Banker Mason Morse is pleased to announce that Brian Hazen, Previews International Specialist, has been selected as the exclusive marketing agent for the 67-acre Jigsaw Ranch in Aspen, Colorado... asking price is $47,500,000. The Jigsaw Ranch is owned by George I. and Mark Rosenthal whose holdings include Raleigh Studios, L.A.’s Sunset Marquis Hotel and Mailibu-based wine label Rosenthal Estates.

March 27, 2012

Spring LRE Magazine Now Available!

Spring has sprung and so has the Spring issue of the LuxuryRealEstate.com Magazine.

To view the digital version, click here.

Bonus: click here to see our pristine 2 page spread in the Unique Homes Magazine.

April 23, 2010

Beacham & Company #1 in First Quarter 2010 Sales, Market Share Growth in Buckhead, Atlanta

Courtesy of: Dac Carver of Beacham & Company

ATLANTA - In the first quarter of 2010, Beacham & Company, REALTORS® was once again the top selling office in Buckhead and “In-town Atlanta” based on dollar volume of residential real estate sold.

The results for the first quarter come on the heels of Beacham & Company finishing 2009 as the top selling office in the three MLS areas (21, 23 and 132) that make up Buckhead and In-town Atlanta. 

April 22, 2010

Ebby Halliday Companies Announce Luxury Home Magazine Grand Vie

Courtesy of Ebby Halliday, REALTORS

DALLAS, TX (April 22, 2010) – As Part of its 65th anniversary year, the Ebby Halliday Companies recently launched a new luxury home magazine named Grand Vie: Luxury in Living to showcase high-end properties throughout the area to luxury buyers and sellers. Ebby Halliday is the luxury market leader, selling more million-dollar homes than any other company in North Texas.

April 9, 2010

Fortune International Realty Opens New Offices

Courtesy of: Amparo Fontenet of Fortune International Realty

Fortune International Realty. South Florida, April 9, 2010. Fortune International Realty is proud to announce the opening of their new state of the art Real Estate offices in Sunny Isles Beach and Weston. This expansion is an indication of the strength and future success of the real estate market in these areas.

March 26, 2010

Historic San Francisco Firehouse Sold By Pacific Union Real Estate

By Candace Jackson of the Wall Street Journal

Art collector John Traina's landmarked San Francisco property—a converted 1893 firehouse once owned by former California Gov. Jerry Brown—has sold for $3.36 million, about 30% less than its original $4.85 million asking price in September 2007.

Mr. Traina is a retired maritime entrepreneur formerly married to novelist Danielle Steel, with whom he raised seven children. He bought the roughly 4,000-square-foot firehouse in a 2006 private sale. The Pacific Heights estate has three bedrooms, four baths and a guest house. The fire poles remain in the living room, and the original garage door opens into the great room, where fire trucks once parked.

March 12, 2010

10 Best Places for Second Homes

Courtesy of: Bob Melvin of Gasparilla Properties, Inc.

As the real estate market rebounds, Barron's selects the best places to buy second homes

Please click here for the full article: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704869304575109461496208030.html

March 12, 2010

'Real Housewife' Jill Zarin plugs Hamptons Corcoran Agent Susan Breitenbach

By Valerie Kellogg of Newsday.com

"The Real Housewives of New York City" gave a shout-out last night to The Corcoran Group's Susan Breitenbach.

It took place when Jill Zarin and her husband, Bobby, were giving their daughter, Ally, a driving lesson in the Hamptons. "This is a great piece of land," Zarin says looking out the window. "Susan Breitenbach. I should call Susan."

March 12, 2010

Spanish Property Prospects For 2010

Courtesy of: Michel Cruz of RIMONTGÓ

When the first signs of the international financial crisis emerged in the second half of 2007 the Spanish property market had already been in a steady decline for a while. Not surprising, if you consider that almost a decade of feverish growth had led to a textbook case of an overheated market in which builders, buyers, sellers, investors and banks alike became accustomed to the kind of volumes that had never been seen before – and which would prove to be wholly unsustainable.

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