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2018: The Year Ahead in Luxury Real Estate

For the global luxury real estate market, 2018 is poised to be a year of adjustments ... empty nesters and others look to ditch high-tax states like New York and Connecticut for homes in places like Florida, experts say...Read More Health and wellness ...

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We’ll get a better sense in two weeks’ at CES 2018, the annual gathering of all things tech, but barring a revolutionary refrigerator or ground-breaking garden-monitoring system, it looks to be an expansion of 2017’s progress—and battles The Big Guys will be working to get their smart speakers in your home, A.Iassistants will be showing up in every available device, and a better way to Wi-Fi will continue to expand Our thoughts on what to expect (and a look forward to) in 2018...Read More Amenity Watch: Social Spaces, Porte Cochères and More Plus, double appliances are in demand inside the homes Whether it’s a must-have new kitchen gadget in a high-end spec house in Los Angeles or whole floors of party rooms, pools and gym clubs in New York and Miami condo buildings, the right amenities continue to be a key factor in real estate sales “Amenity packages have become quite unbelievable,” said Frances Katzen, a new development agent at Douglas Elliman in New York, ticking off must-haves for buildings that include lobby stroller storage, simulated golf, children’s gaming rooms and pet spas. “Everybody is trying to outdo each other as far as size, height and finishes—and then it’s all about the amenities,” she said...Read More The Top 8 Home Design Trends in 2018 Maximalism heads back, florals get bolder, and closets become more Instagram-friendly It’s nearly 2018And, as another year changes, so do the home design and decor trends, naturally Whether you’re looking to overhaul your home entirely, or just give it a few fresh updates, here’s a guide to the hottest looks, courtesy of the design prosMajor inspiration ahead...Read More TOP //TODO: use dfd when autoscale has happened setTimeout(function() { $(window).resize(); }, 500); //A hotfix for lazy loading stretched images in Chrome $(document).ready(function() { $(document).on('lazybeforesizes', function(e){ $(window).resize(); }); }); Response.create([ { prop: 'width', prefix: 'min-width-', breakpoints: [0, 755, 1001, 1401] }, { prop: 'width', prefix: 'src', breakpoints: [0, 755] } ]); /** * Please enter your story's JavaScript here. * For example, 3rd-party tracking code. * the code will be placed at the bottom of the webpage. * jQuery is already included in the page. * Your JavaScript needs to be between the tags. */ ga('create', 'UA-42055132-1', {'name': 'shorthand' }); ga('shorthand.send', 'pageview', { 'dimension1': 39956, 'dimension2': 857, 'metric1':39956, 'metric2':857 }); This site is optimised for modern web browsers, and does not fully support your version of Internet Explorer. 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