Santa Claus, Leonardo DiCaprio & Donald Trump Home News
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A rundown of recent important and interesting real estate news:
“Santa’s North Pole House Not For Sale”
Although it is not for sale, a real estate website has calculated Santa’s North Pole home value at over $650,000. Features include a gourmet kitchen, toy workshop and reindeer stable.
“Super Glue Beach Home For Sale”
The late Howard Sussman was the mayor of Hillsboro Beach, part of a long stretch of Florida beach condos, and also the original marketer of Super Glue. He came up with the Krazy Glue idea of the construction worker glued by his hard hat to a construction beam. Sussman’s beach home is for sale at $7.5 million.
“Trump’s New York Penthouse”
A great location on three floors with Central Park views, Donald Trump’s New York penthouse is worth about $100 million.
“Beverly Hills Amenities Include a Robot”
A new apartment building near Beverly Hills features a robot that has been programmed to navigate the halls and elevator to deliver packages to residents. Rentals start at $9,000 per month. The robot’s name is Charley.
“DiCaprio Takes Loss On NYC Condo”
Leonardo DiCaprio paid $10 million for his Greenwich Village condo in 2014 but just sold it for $8 million. Home features include a lighting system that claims to promote health and piped-in aromatherapy.
“Top 10 U.S. Affordable Towns”
The real estate website Curbed has a look at 10 towns that are both affordable and on the move. Most are in the midwestern, western and southern U.S. including Indianapolis, Saint Louis and Columbus, Ohio.
“Miami Penthouse Sets New Record”
A Miami Beach condo penthouse has set a new level for Florida condo prices at $65 million.
“Bob Hope’s UFO Home Sold”
Bob Hope’s UFO home in Palm Springs, California recently sold for $13 million. The home was first listed in 2013 at $50 million.
“U.S. Home Prices Hit All-Time High”
After four years of steady increases and a 5.5 percent jump since 2015, U.S. home prices are at a record high in much of the country, surpassing 2006 pre-crash levels.