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Rich & Famous: Celebrity Homes

Take a look inside the homes of the rich and famous: celebrity homes from the past and present as well as historical properties.


The World’s Most Extravagant Holiday Villas

In the age of the Internet, you can find affordable luxury villa rentals for group vacations with proper planning and research. But if money is no object, there are certainly quite a few over-the-top luxury villas you can consider. These holiday accommodations offer complete privacy and sometimes, you can even have an entire island all […]

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Inside the Amazing Palaces of the World’s Royal Families

The palace remains the epitome of royal luxury – combining history, opulence and administrative function. But for the world’s remaining monarchs, palaces are also serving as modern homes in which to raise the next generation of their royal family. United Kingdom The British Royal family is regarded as one of the largest property owners in […]

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The Changing Face of Indian Luxury Real Estate

From times then to times now, Indian luxury homes have seen a lot of turning points. The following article talks about the changing times and with it how the definition of luxury has changed. Also, we understand the current scenario of luxury real estate in India and some of the Indian residencies that are famous […]

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Garages of the Rich and Famous (Infographic)

Celebrities’ love affair with automobiles has given the world some amazing collections, and where else would they house them than in mind-blowing garages! jay lenos garage    Simon Turner

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From One Billionaire to Another: Formula 1 Heiress Buys Candy Spelling’s Mansion

Candy Spelling’s massive 57000 square foot property on 5 acres in Holmby Hills, CA has sold to Formula One heiress Petra, daughter of Bernie Ecclestone for a price in the vicinity of $150 million USD.

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Where in Mainland China do the Millionaires Live?

China has 960,000 “millionaires” with personal wealth of 10 million Yuan or more. These wealthy consumers are young with an average age of 39 years. Over half of them derived their wealth from their private business, while 20% from property investment and 15% from the stock market. About 30% of them are women.

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Clarence House, The New Home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Following the Royal Wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton, their now Royal Highnesses are set to move into Clarence House in London, the London property worth more than $76 million USD and also home to the Prince of Wales, his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince Harry.

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The Weekly Social Media Chatter on Real Estate: 16 April 2011

Once again, the Marquette Turner team sift through the endless tweets, blogs and posts from social networks on real estate and property topics, and curate them into what we hope is an interesting summary of the highs and lows of what’s been making the rounds over the last seven days

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When You Can’t Become an Icon, Buy One: Own a Piece of the Empire State Building

The Empire State Building, an American icon of the more humble variety than other names such as Donald Trump or Lady Gage, is possibly on the market for anyone to invest in. The 102-story Art Deco tower at Fifth Avenue and 34th Street, could possibly be publicly traded real estate company together with other buildings owned by the Malkin family.

If the Malkin plan is successful, New Yorkers, and anyone else for that matter, will be able to buy stock in the company that owns the Empire State Building and other buildings within the holding

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How Rich is Rich?

NOTE: This article was written with Australians in mind. One Australian Dollar is currently trading at approximately $1.03 USD Would $1 million really make you rich? Unfortunately, a million dollars ain’t what it used to be – many property owners living within five kilometres of a major Australian city would fit the bill, based only […]

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