Luxury Real Estate Report Fall 2015

Luxury Real Estate Report Fall 2015

Brought to you by The Coldwell Banker Previews International luxury marketing program provides micro and macro insights on the luxury residential market’s expansion in 2015.

The growth of the global economy as well as a rising emphasis on real estate as a wealth asset class have led to an expansion of the high-end real estate marketplace. In this Luxury Market Report of 2015, Coldwell Banker Previews take a look at this expansion, and offer micro and macro analysis as it pertains to:

• America’s top cities and ZIP codes for luxury home listings and sales

• Wealth, real estate and the high-net-worth investor

• Market activity in Seattle, New York and Monaco

Top 20 U.S. Cities and ZIP Codes for Luxury Home Listings and Sales

Beverly Hills, New York and Miami Beach continue to show strength on our lists of Top 20 U.S. Cities for Luxury Home Listings and Sales, but also reveal rising activity in Houston, Dallas, Atlanta and Seattle.

Survey: Wealth, Real Estate and the High-Net-Worth Investor
A majority of today’s high-net-worth individuals have a positive outlook on real estate as a wealth asset class, a survey by Previews® and Ipsos MediaCT found.

Market Spotlights: Seattle, New York and Monaco
Business growth and an influx of Asian buyers have created a luxury real estate “gold rush” in Seattle; New York City continues its construction boom; and soaring residential sales in Monaco shatter records.


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