Baller Men, Celebrity and Billionaire Globetrotters out there, if you find staying at hotels annoying because of privacy and paparazzi concerns, you may be interested in knowing that there is a private, top-floor, blinged out penthouse in one of the swankiest condos in London – Wellington Court in Knightsbridge, that is available for rent at $65K a week. The six bed penthouse in up market central London has just been put on the rental scene with one of the highest numbers London has seen so far. The home comes with several bling accoutrements and an exclusive bargain perk as well. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s been a minute now since we posted about Million Dollar Listing. As you might
recall, the TV show profiled three highly successful young real estate agents in the Los
Angeles area who specialize in buying and slinging multi-million dollar homes for a
high rolling clientele. They’ve since become some of the most recognizable faces in real estate. When we got the opportunity to catch up with show’s most recognizable character, Chad Rogers, we jumped at the opportunity to pick his brain about the market, his crib, and his
life these days…
We heard you recently purchased a home. Where did you buy?
Chad: I actually bought a place in Beverly Hills, and it’s in a 24-hour security building.
My decision for purchasing was you know the 24 hour security, the fact it was
conveniently located to my office, my social life and Starbucks, haha. I wanted the easy
maintenance of owning a condo and not a home, dealing with the front yard and the back
yard and the landscaping. It worked out really nicely.
Ever imagined yourself as the next business magnate or property tycoon Donald Trump? Do you like investing in or rather accumulating landmark properties in America. Here’s a chance to do just that! Read the rest of this entry »
If you’ve ever wanted to live in a castle (& you probably have considered the notion at some point – like when you were a kid & you used to imagine being filthy rich & having the coolest house & cars) you’ll be happy to know that there’s a modern day version on the market right in the US of A – Aspen, Colorado to be exact.
The house is listed by Sotheby’s, who describe it as a European Chateau, though it has a very Tudor style, combined with a few elements that are castle-like.
The house sits on 2 acres of stunning land & buyers will have full water rights for the large pond with waterfall, dock for fishing & swimming & the Fork River that runs past.
At an average price per square foot of about $6,620, Monaco now tops the list as the most expensive real estate market in the world, beating out London, where the average price per square foot is $5,792, according to an index compiled by UK property research firm Knight Frank LLP. To give you an idea of how much (or rather how little) bang you get for your buck in the new list-topping tax haven, we’ve assembled a selection of the most expensive properties on the market within the Principality, where your average 1,500 square foot apartment would theoretically run you just under $10 million.
On the high end of the spectrum in our featured properties, listed in descending order from highest to lowest total price, you’ll find a nearly 7,000 square foot townhouse selling for €27.5 million ($38 million), a 3,200 square foot apartment running €26 million ($35.9 million), and a 5,200 square foot penthouse priced at €24 million ($33.1 million). Pulling up the rear so-to-speak, is a 2,690 square foot villa listed for €10 million ($13.8 million) and a 480 square foot apartment at just over €1.49 million ($2 million). Prices per square foot range from $4,170 to $11,200.