This past month Coldwell Banker Real Estate released its latest study on the Best Places to Live for various types of people and focused this last one on those we refer to as Suburbanites.
You know the zip code. You know the lifestyle. But there’s a lot you don’t know about 90210. Beverly Hills is one of those towns that has is a character unto itself. It’s a scene stealing backdrop to many a Hollywood film or TV series. But it’s also a place that many call home including Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agent, Christophe Choo.
Winter can feel like the longest months of the year, especially for someone selling their home. You’re dealing with holidays, potential weather issues and our general tendency to want to stay indoors when it’s cold outside (not applicable for those living in Southern California, Florida and Arizona).
The video below is a segment we did with NBC’s LXTV Open House. If you’re not watching Open House on the weekends, you should absolutely check it out as it’s one of the freshest and interesting real estate programs out there. But anyway, Coldwell Banker Real Estate was the first real estate company to launch a lifestyle search feature on its website. We didn’t just do that to be cool and be the first (maybe that was part of it), but the main reason was because there’s a significant trend among real estate consumers that shows their lifestyle is a major player in the home or neighborhood they choose to live in.
Labor Day is over. Kids with their backpacks and lunch boxes await the school bus. And so closes the book on another summer. Fitting that it is absolutely pouring out in New Jersey this morning as it makes you dwell less on another summer passing. But on the bright side we have a fresh set of real estate headlines for you:
Ah, Monday morning. The weekend is over and it’s back to work. With all that goes on in a weekend sometimes you miss an interesting headline or two between mowing the lawn, running errands and finding time to relax. So we thought it would be a good idea to start publishing a real estate headlines post for Monday morning to allow you to quickly catch up on everything that went on in real estate while Derek Jeter was getting hit number 3,000 and everyone else was opting out of the MLB All Star Game.