It seems to be a trend this week for ‘Housewives’ to have a property on the Los Angeles market. Both current ‘housewife’ Vicki Gunvalson and ex-‘housewife’ Jeana Keough have listed their Coto de Caza homes for sale.
Although it’s not your typical over the top Bel Air estate, Hank Azaria’s 1932 colonial-style home in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains boasts amazing views of both the ocean and LA city lights.
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Just six months after acquiring luxury condo building Trump Hollywood, its new owner BH3 is excited to report the rapid rate the condos are selling at.
Businessman Ron Tutor’s position as construction executive at Tutor Perini Corp has earned him a more than modest place to reside when he’s not crunching numbers.
His completed mega mansion, sprawling across a mass of green, boasts a whopping 27,000 square feet, with 9 bedrooms, and 18 bathrooms.
The privileged who reside on “millionaire’s row” in Malibu take pride in their exclusive beachfront properties, one of them going to the lengths of paying nonprofit Access for All $250,000 plus lawyers fees to remove a public beach access point near her home, which happens to be one of the selectively exlcusive parts of the California coast.
International buyers are scooping up properties across Miami-Dade County, moving the local housing crisis farther away from the red zone.
In the past year over half a dozen mansions in Los Angeles have sold for $20 million or higher, and real estate experts believe this could signify a turnaround in the housing market.
Every cloud has a silver lining—try telling that to property owners in Las Vegas, whose market is down 50% from its all-time high. But apparently, the property investment firm HomeVestors and real estate data firm Local Market Monitor have done just that, and found a wan bright side to the state of struggling housing markets such as Ft. Lauderdale and Detroit.
The recent wave of stories from the co-op at 740 Park Avenue prove that in these harsh financial times even the owners of Manhattan’s most elite properties can be hugely affected by the economic climate.