$14M mansion is the Florida Panhandle’s priciest new build sale

Just a few months after being put on the market, a home inspired by the white houses of Santorini has sold for $14 million, setting a record for the most expensive new construction home to sell in the Florida panhandle.

3 ways luxury agents can finish 2020 off strong

During a Connect Now session Tuesday, The Agency’s David Parnes and James Harris insisted now is not the time to drop the ball and wait for better days ahead.

Home immortalized in iconic Slim Aarons photograph listed for $25M

A Palm Springs home captured in a 1970s Slim Aarons photo of California society women has just hit the market with a potentially record-breaking price tag.

Keep up! 3 tips to navigate the post-pandemic sales boom

Is the COVID-induced hubbub of activity keeping you on your toes? These three tips will help you keep your post-pandemic momentum going and stay on track with your clients’ evolving needs.

Inman Handbook on building a luxury brand

Whether you’re starting from scratch or differentiating your current brand, here are the keys to speaking the language of luxe.

Even amid pandemic, luxury sales soared 42% in Q3: Redfin

Even as confirmed cases peaked at 75,000 on a single July day and joblessness claims hovered around 1 million a week in early August, luxury sales soared.

Jason Oppenheim and the luxury market he has his eye on next

The Oppenheim Group is considering branching out to Corona Del Mar, in Newport Beach, California. “I don’t think I’ve told anyone that yet,” Oppenheim told Inman.

55-agent Denver indie affiliates with Corcoran

Corcoran Perry & Co. is the eighth franchisee for the Realogy-owned brand and Colorado is the seventh state for the growing franchise operation, which launched earlier this year.

COVID is transforming Palm Beach into a primary residence market

Paulette and Dana Koch say the pandemic has changed the buyer composition in Palm Beach, with more buyers considering a primary home than ever before.

Why this luxury agent bought a SF condo when everyone is leaving

“This is the first time in a good 10-year run that we’ve seen a lot more available inventory,” San Francisco broker Tracy McLaughlin told Inman.