A 10.2-acre compound once owned by trail-blazing Hollywood executive Dawn Steel has hit the market, priced at $34.5 million. The property, perched on a hillside above the exclusive enclave, is a rarity for the area.
Dubai is planning to give developers of mid-market hotels a financial incentive to build more affordable hotels in the emirate, which is best known for its luxury resorts. New hotel investors will be granted a fee waiver for four years.
The Europe-based luxury hotel group, is planning to expand its portfolio of luxury hotels in Africa.
London's prime central residential property market is showing no signs of slowing down. Average home prices in prime central London increased by 0.7 percent in September compared to the previous month are up 5.5 percent so far in 2013.
Brookfield Property Partners is proposing to spend about $5 billion to buy out the portion of Canada-based Brookfield Office Property it doesn't already own, in a deal that would create one of the largest commercial real estate companies in the world.
A famous street in a San Francisco suburb tops the list of most expensive U.S. streets for office space in 2013, with average rents reaching almost $111 per square foot. Average office rents on Menlo Park's Sand Hill Road maintained its number one spot.
New-build apartments and chalets in Lech and Obergurgl, two of Austria's most exclusive Alpine holiday resorts, are available for sale, a rarity in the Austrian market. In many parts of the Alps, the property is owned by a small number of families.
Luxury home designers are including everything from fur refrigerators to laser security systems to woo buyers, but what amenities does the high net worth individual (HNWI) really want in a home? According to a new survey, the answer is "open floor plans."
The amount of outstanding commercial and multifamily mortgage debt increased by $24.5 billion during the second quarter, rising one percent, as major groups upped their investments. The total mortgage debt for commercial and multifamily reached $2.45 trillion.
It was a motley-looking bunch gathered at 4:30 a.m. in the cramped Fairbanks offices of the Northern Alaska Tour Company. My wife and I were carrying layers of polar clothing (at least, as "polar" as you can find when you live in Florida).
Bank Indonesia hopes to cool a skyrocketing property market with new mortgage regulations scheduled to take effect new week. The central bank is implementing new minimum down payment rules for second properties.
A surge in high tech employment is driving up office rents in tech-centric markets around the United States. Tech sub-markets in San Francisco, Austin, New York and Silicon Valley have helped drive double-digit rent growth.
Kinpurnie Estate is a baronial spread of 5,400 acres in the Scottish hills, renowned for pheasant hunting. But the estate is more than simply a haven for pheasant-hunting enthusiasts.
A bill granting qualified Spanish residency and Schengen-area access to non-EU investors has been passed by the Spanish parliament, and now just awaits signature by the King, and publication in the official gazette to become law.
A four-bedroom, one-bath home in Aberdeen, Washington, considered a "piece of rock history," is on the market for $500,000. The house's biggest selling point -- it is the childhood home of the late rock singer Kurt Cobain.
With Dubai property prices soaring again, the government is doubling the transaction fees for property sales in an attempt to stem speculators and "flippers." The Dubai Land Department announced that the fee for registering the sale of a property will rise.
Vacancy rates in Chile's tight office market reached the highest level in nine years in the first half of 2013.
Average U.S. mortgage rates fell to the lowest level since July this week, in the wake of the announcement from the Federal Reserve that it will maintain the bond buying stimulus program, according to Freddie Mac.
Office vacancy rates declined in eight of the 13 largest U.S. markets during the third quarter, compared to the previous quarter, led by a strong demand from the professional services sector in Dallas' office market.
The National Association of Realtors' Pending Home Sales Index dropped 1.6 percent in August from a month earlier, due to "tight inventory conditions, higher interest rates, rising home prices and continuing restrictive mortgage credit."