America’s housing market has been breaking its own records month after month since the pandemic began, and the irrational exuberance looks a lot like 2008. But is it a bubble that’s about to burst?
It’s alive! That’s what we learned about the New York City real estate market during the firstquarter of 2021.
The world’s largest commercial real estate company just doubled down on America’s next great city. That’s the best news ever for Miami
COVID’s Great Real Estate Migration 2.0 has changed America’s housing market for a generation. The political consequences no one anticipated in battleground states like Arizona, Nevada, Texas, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida could last far longer
South Florida’s residential real estate market is on fire. Fueled by a national pandemic migration to warm, low tax, low regulation cities where restaurants, retail stores, and life remain (relatively) open, cities like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Palm Beach now look unstoppable
Wellness travel and lifestyle isn’t just about having a Pilates machine and some cucumber water in the lobby any longer. Here’s how two of the most anticipated luxury hotels and residences in America are redefining the future of wellness real estate and hospitality in the wake of COVID-19
From Massachusetts and Miami to Manhattan and Montana, a guide to TB12’s luxury home game.
Often referred to as the “other Trumps”, South-African born brothers Jules and Eddie (no relation to the former U.S. President) have quietly become two of the most successful luxury real estate developers and entrepreneurs in America you’ve never heard of. Say hello
Steve Wynn, founder of Wynn Resorts and Casinos, recently listed his Beverly Hills, California home on the market for $110 million, complete with a tennis court, pool, theater and staff quarters.
Inside Indian Creek, the ultra-exclusive island enclave that’s likely home to the most billionaires—and Super Bowl rings—per capita.