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From a beachside estate in St. Barthelemy to a sprawling mansion on 67 acres in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, these are this month’s four featured notable properties for sale over $23 million.
Los Angeles has taken the lead as the least affordable housing market in the United States, taking San Francisco's place, according to a new survey released on Monday.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has spent roughly $100 million on buying up California mansions over the past seven years.
Zillow is reporting there are now 218 U.S. cities with a typical home value of at least $1 million, up by three localities over the past year.
Real estate consulting firm Miller Samuel Inc. has compiled a list of the most expensive residential real estate deals of the year.
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