• Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Loses to Seattle in Terms of Veteran Players

    Much of the Denver area was developed during the Gold Rush of the late 1880s, but it has seen an increasing amount of new construction because of a recent surge in population. Although there are…   See the Image

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Seattle Beats Denver in Price

    A waterfront location like this at a $1.2 million Seattle-area home is one of the features that raises the median price of a house in Seattle to $285,849, almost $30,000 higher than Denver's median…   See the Image

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Seattle Is Slower Than Denver

    Denver's homes are selling faster than Seattle homes, with 18 days being the median length of time for Denver properties to stay on the market, while the median for Seattle homes is 32 days. While…   See the Image

  • Real Estate Super Bowl: Denver Has Greater Speed Than Seattle

    Denver's homes are selling faster than Seattle homes, with 18 days being the median length of time for Denver properties to stay on the market, while the median for Seattle homes is 32 days. Although…   See the Image

  • Miami home sales are booming and million dollar properties are selling faster than ever. Brokers are reporting that one in every five homes for sale in Miami-Dade County costs more than $1…   Read the Article

  • Randall Mill Road Modern, Exterior

    Located in Buckhead, this spotless midcentury modern boasts close to 3,000-square feet of living space and a brand new kitchen and refurbished baths.   See the Gallery

  • NYC2M-Townhouse-Windsor-Terrace

    Depending on where you're looking, $2 million can get you a wide variety of homes in New York. If you're looking to be in the center of it all, you can score a modestly sized pad in Greenwich…   Read the Article

  • Private Lake Front Property

    When one of the country’s most prolific residential real estate developers choses to call a property home, you know it must be special. Such is the case with the estate of Donald Kaufman, who…   Read the Article

  • 1. Malibu, $2,155,900

    “We’re number one! And number two!” But that’s not necessarily a good thing. Malibu and Newport Beach have been rated as the top two most expensive housing markets in the U.S., according to the…   Read the Article

  • 1. Malibu, $2,155,900

    According to Coldwell Banker's survey of the average price of a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home, eight of the 50 most expensive communities are near or in Los Angeles County.   See the Gallery