The luxury towers sprouting along West 57th Street in New York have earned the awe of luxury consumers and the ire of local residents.
Luxury consumption will grow organically over the next 10 years with overall spending growing from approximately $985.5 billion today to almost $1.2 trillion in 2020, according to a new report.
Thirteen above $10 million luxury properties were sold in Aspen in 2013, a 24 percent drop from the year-ago period, according to the Estin Report.
Luxury real estate prices remained relatively flat in 2013, but demand continues to climb in the world’s major markets, according to a report by Christie’s International Real Estate.
The New York luxury real estate market has been abuzz with surging numbers posted left and right, but will the trend continue?
Christie’s International Real Estate is furthering its official luxury real estate sponsorship of Art Miami International Contemporary and Modern Art Fair Dec. 3-8 to capitalize on the natural confluence of the real estate and fine art markets.
Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates is strengthening its foothold in the Middle East with a new office in Saudi Arabia and imminent offices opening in Kuwait and Bahrain.
Mobile application uFaker aims to stave off the growing problem of counterfeiting by arming brands with timely information and getting consumers involved in the fight.
Aspen, CO, was the only non-coastal region among the top 20 United States ZIP codes with the most luxury real estate sales from June 2012 to June 2013, according to the latest Coldwell Banker Previews International Luxury Market Report.
NEW YORK – An executive from The Corcoran Group at the Luxury Interactive 2013 conference provided insights into the digital content strategies such as curated neighborhood tips that allow its agents to engage consumers on a deeper, personal level.