Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Most expensive home sale 2011

  • All things considered, the Bay Area billionaire real estate market wasnt that bad in 2011. (The St. Regis Museum Tower penthouse just sold in December for $35 million.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • The year's most expensive single home purchase was that of Palo Alto The most expensive Miami Beach, FL condo sale, reportedly in Miami's entire history, took place in 2011 too: Here one very lucky buyer dropped $21.
  • (San Francisco Gate)
  • The data represents sales transactions closed by Zilbert and other local brokers, and includes both condos and homes from around Miami It set the Miami-Dade record as the most-expensive condo sale ever.
  • (PR-USA.net)
  • The figures were based on house sales completed between January 2007 and October 2011.
  • (BBC News)
  • But Campden Hill Square has since moved far out of that league and was named on Thursday as Britains most expensive residential the highest recorded amount paid for a house there, while April saw a £5.
  • (The Guardian)
  • Not only is Lehman the largest bankruptcy in history, it is possibly the most complex, with multiple proceedings on to the stake for an initial public offering or future sale in the hope that Lehman can reap greater value.
  • (New York Times)
  • Despite a number of multi-million dollar home sales, including a record prices fell significantly during the final months of 2011.
  • (ClickOnDetroit.com)
  • $22 million: How much the Evermay Estate in Georgetown sold for in 2011, making it the most expensive real estate home sale of the year $12.5 million: Price tag that came with acquiring the Halcyon House $7.
  • (Washington Examiner)
  • Manhattan's Fifth Avenue may be indisputably the world's most expensive shopping on Fifth Avenue in 2011, but the storied avenue saw some of the largest sales in the city, among them a $36 million sale of a duplex at 834 Fifth Ave.
  • (The Epoch Times)
  • Last week I shared best lessons from the first half of 2011. Here are That darling house that looked so fetching online you find sits on a four-lane highway next to a prison.
  • (Daily Oklahoman)

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