Items Tagged with 'high-end real estate'

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  • There are too many big houses on the market, and it's a problem

    Blame the Boomers. They built massive retirement dream homes, and now no one wants them
    There are scores of huge homes across the Southern U.S. that are simply sitting on the market, and sellers are settling for massive price cuts in order to move on with their lives. What gives? Blame the Boomers. Hordes of retirees with easy access to credit built their late-in-life dream homes across the Sunbelt in the early 2000s, only to discover that these huge, high-maintenance abodes didn't exactly make for ideal living in their Golden Years.
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  • These markets are hotbeds for luxury real estate

    Report reveals top 5 "power markets" for high-net-worth buyers and sellers
    A new report by Coldwell Banker reveals where the country's wealthiest individuals are buying properties, listing the top 5 "power markets" for luxury real estate. Coldwell defines power markets as areas that offer the lifestyle amenities, education, and culture that the uber-rich seek out. Here are Coldwell's top five power markets for buyers and sellers, where you can find the greatest number of $1 million-plus homes sold.
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  • U.S. to continue investigating money laundering by foreign real estate buyers

    Title companies required to reveal identities of high-end cash buyers
    The federal government will continue investigating whether foreign buyers are using high-end U.S. real estate to launder money after an expanded investigation found that potentially illicit activity is behind as many as one in three cash purchases from foreign buyers in select markets.
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  • U.S. expands investigation into money laundering by foreign cash buyers

    Government finds evidence of suspicious activities in high-end real estate
    The federal government revealed Wednesday that its investigation into foreign buyers using high-end U.S. real estate as a means to launder money found that potentially illicit activity is behind a "significant" portion of the cash transactions in Manhattan and Miami, and plans to expand the investigation into Los Angeles, San Francisco, and several other areas.
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