Luxury Real Estate Press Releases
LuxuryRealEstate.com Chosen by Forbes Magazine as the "Best of the Web" for the Fifth Consecutive Year
Jul 31, 2004
Seattle, WA – August 1, 2004 - LuxuryRealEstate.com has been selected as the "Best of the Web" in the luxury category for the fifth consecutive year by Forbes Magazine. Forbes Magazine honored LuxuryRealEstate.com in part for its diversity and sheer volume of luxury real estate listings. Whether you are “in the market for a sun-bleached Tuscan villa and vineyard, or a Swiss chateau with lift access” LuxuryRealEstate.com has it all. “Click here for thousands of world-class properties for the international jet set, ranging in price from a $500,000 fixer-upper windmill in Mykonos, Greece to a $50 million, 780-acre island off of Victoria, British Columbia with six cabins and a ten-hole golf course,” raves the financial magazine. To help make the search for international listings more complete, LuxuryRealEstate.com has two additional regional websites specifically focused on its international divisions in Europe and Australia. LuxuryRealEstateEurope.com and LuxuryRealEstateAustralia.com offer those looking for international properties an interactive map, a profile of each international affiliate, a luxury property search with up to twelve photos, virtual tours, maps, floor plans and a detailed property description. The "myriad of search options, from location and cost to property category, like waterfront and golf course," was another aspect of LuxuryRealEstate.com commended by Forbes Magazine. LuxuryRealEstate.com offers those looking for luxury real estate a very specific and tailored search, catering to the particular needs of these buyers. For more information contact Anna Springer at 800.488.4066 or email Anna@LuxuryRealEstate.com.
LuxuryRealEstate.com Launches a European Luxury Real Estate Website, LuxuryRealEstateEurope.com
Jul 22, 2004
LuxuryRealEstate.com Expands its Global Reach with the Launch of an Australian Luxury Real Estate Website, LuxuryRealEsateAustralia.com
Jun 20, 2004