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Discovery Land Company to Close $600 Million in Sales This Year

October 20, 2010


(SCOTTSDALE, AZ) — In the midst of a historically sluggish real estate market, Discovery Land Company has sold nearly $600 million in real estate in the last 12 months across its six actively selling private club communities in North America. Discovery Land, regarded as one of the leading developers of private golf and country club […]

Foreign Developers Searching for Bargain Home Sites in U.S.

October 14, 2010


    All of a sudden, America’s dirt is looking good to foreign home developers.   The National Association of Home Builders‘ Washington, DC office confirms it is receiving queries from Japan and Australia, Canada in recent months.  “For the first time since World War II, I think [foreign] people are more optimistic about the U.S. […]

California Housing Market to Uptick Slightly in 2011, Says C.A.R.

October 13, 2010


    According to the California Association of Realtors’ (C.A.R.) 2011 California Housing Market Forecast released this week, the California housing market is expected to edge up slightly in 2011. California home sales for 2010 are forecast to decline 10 percent from the 2009 sales figure of 546,500 homes sold.  Sales in 2011 are projected […]

New ultra-luxury coastal community in British Virgin Islands – Oil Nut Bay

October 12, 2010


    Nestled on a private peninsula on the eastern tip of the lush island of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, sits Oil Nut Bay – a pristine resort community unlike any other in the Caribbean.  One visit to this tropical paradise will capture your heart and inspire your dreams.  Oil Nut Bay’s sun-drenched […]

Rich and Famous Slash Prices on Their Mansions but Many Also Hold Out for Top Price

October 8, 2010


    Even the rich and famous understand it’s a down market today on most residential real estate, slashing prices on some of their mansions by 50 percent or more.  But there is still a cadre of wealthy homeowners who don’t need the money and are holding fast to their original asking price.  The Wall […]

Mexico Tops List for U.S. Second Home Owners

October 6, 2010


Here’s great news for the Los Cabos market and a glimmer of hope for all those who thought the crisis would never end. Despite the constant headlines about drug-related violence, Mexico remains the preferred destination for U.S. second home buyers, according to a new study.  Mexico was twice as popular as Central and South America, […]


September 30, 2010


Set on the Eastern Caribbean isle of St. Kitts, Christophe Harbour promises an island life enhanced by exclusive amenities, services guided by expert hands, experiences made authentic by Kittitian heritage, and rare Caribbean real estate opportunities unmatched in the region. Beginning glimpses of Christophe Harbour’s remarkable blend of island beauty and Riviera-inspired glamour can now […]