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You wouldn't know it from looking at all of the glass towers going up across Manhattan, but the city is running out of penthouses and other ultra-luxury apartments, and what's on the market may be overpriced.
Troubles in emerging markets could stretch to the luxury apartment markets in New York City and Miami. But only if you're a single-digit millionaire.
Sales and rental prices on Cape Cod are rising, especially at the top end of the market. Plus, see which property billionaire William Koch has put up for sale, CNBC has learned.
While housing inventory is falling throughout the country, it's been falling especially fast in some of the country's richest ZIP codes, creating a mansion shortage.
I. Dolly Lenz, who has brokered more than $8 billion in deals over 25 years and has long been on the top real-estate deal-makers in New York, is leaving Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Brokers say there are now at least a half dozen homes and estates in the Hamptons that are renting for around $1 million—just for the summer—a new record.
The world's wealthy are pouring more of their fortunes into prime vineyards, and brokers say demand is rising for raw acreage as well, prompting Christie's to start a new real estate service.
From the rolling green pastures of Virginia to the palatial paddocks of California, equestrian estates are back in vogue.
As Hamptons homeowners battle beach erosion, a flurry of construction is touching off bitter disputes over the environment, real estate and class.
In the highly personal interview, the cable magnate talked about his wealth, his land holdings and the one toy he does enjoy: Barry Diller's yacht.
The gusher of cash from the Fed explains why prices for everything from 1950s Ferraris to Brazilian farmland to old U.S. stamps are surging.
Which ZIP codes were home to the priciest home sales? A new report takes a look.
London's blue chip neighborhoods like Belgravia are increasingly owned by rich, and largely absent, foreigners.
Rising stocks, an improving economy and the 2013 tax hikes have driven prices up for mountain homes in the West after a four-year drought.
In pure dollar terms, Americans are nearly as wealthy as ever, but only if housing continues to strengthen will the so-called 'wealth effect' kick in.
Not much. In Monaco, the globe's priciest real-estate market, the average home costs more than $5,300 a square foot.
A staple during the real-estate boom, interest-only home loans are now available only to a privileged few, and even they should approach with care.
Sellers at high-end Manhattan apartment buildings have been forced to reduce their prices after buyers balked at the high monthly payments.
A new report shows that sales and listings of homes priced at $10 million or more have more than doubled in some communities in the past year.
Two brothers from Texas who own some 431 square miles of Montana ranch land don't break into the top 30 landowners in America.