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CNBC's Robert Frank provides an inside view of the exclusive world of competitive horse-jumping.
The California desert vacation home owned by the late Jerry Weintraub was a big-time production.
CNBC's Robert Frank provides a tour of a Hollywood legend's vacation home where some of the biggest stars have slept.
Millionaires are seen passing down as much as $30 trillion. But a study suggests neither the wealthy nor their kids are ready.
Almost every room of Ed Brown's 40,000-square-foot oceanfront home has a bottle of Patron tequila — including many of the 16 bathrooms.
Uncertainty around the election spooked wealthy home buyers in the fourth quarter, continuing 2016's slowdown in luxury real estate.
Mar-a-Lago, the Palm Beach resort owned by the Trump Organization, doubled its initiation fee to $200,000.
The Scottsdale auctions hauled in their second-highest total ever, setting the tone for the collectible car market this year.
A 38,000-square-foot mansion in Bel Air, California, is poised to become the most expensive home for sale in the U.S. at $250 million.
Choupette is no ordinary four-legged feline... especially with fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld being her owner.
Garrett and Jessica Gee of the The Bucket List Family talk about how their travels are making money for the family.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on the luxury real estate boom awaiting the Washington, DC area as wealthy Trump presidential appointees prepare to move to the nation's capital.
California tapped former Attorney General Eric Holder as the state prepares for challenges with the incoming Trump administration.
In advance of the new season of Blue Collar Millionaires, we sat down with Connie Lorenz to ask what it was like to whistle-blow on the president, and how her life has changed since.
Manhattan real estate sputtered in the fourth quarter, as inflated prices and rising inventories continued to weigh on the high-end market.
Women have been rapidly climbing the employment and wage ladders in recent decades. But only a small fraction have made it to the top rungs — and their progress may be slowing.
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