By Jim Gillespie
I have been with Coldwell Banker for a long time. In fact, I have “bled blue” for all but one year of my 35-year real estate career. I just computed that I’ve been with our great brand for almost 34% ots existence. Wow!
I write this because our great brand is celebrating its 104th birthday today. We are proud to be the nation’s oldest real estate brand.
Coldwell Banker was founded on August 27, 1906, in San Francisco out of the ashes of that year’s... read more
This week, the luxury arm of Coldwell Banker, Coldwell Banker Previews International, launched an online magazine featuring various aspects of luxury living. For the premiere issue the eZine explores the way in which the walls throughout our homes have come down, both literally and figuratively, to redefine modern living.
Michael Boodro, Editor-in-Chief of Elle Decor, is also featured and provides an insider’s perspective on “Refined Living Without Defined Walls.” To illustrate furthe... read more
Times Square during the holidays is one of the most popular destinations on the planet. From shoppers to travelers to sightseers, the center of New York City attracts them all. And this holiday season, Coldwell Banker will be right in the center of it.
Currently, Coldwell Banker has a holiday-themed billboard running on the corner of 44th and Broadway directly outside the Toys R Us mega store. The digital billboard showcases vario... read more
We’ve worked hard at Coldwell Banker to make our website, coldwellbanker.com, a valuable tool for all of you. We’ve added keyword search capabilities, improved the navigation and developed BlueScape, the ultimate tool for finding your dream home.
This got us thinking: what are the most popular “dream homes” on coldwellbanker.com? We took a look at the top 10 most-viewed home listings in November, and found there is still a strong interest in the most extraordinary homes in the U.S. Th... read more
A three-story penthouse in London's Knightsbridge neighborhood has been sold for about $221 million -- and it's a fixer-upper. The new owner bought the unit with bare walls and no amenities and is expected to spend up to $100 million to finish it, according to the Telegraph newspaper.
A government survey in Ireland estimates that more than 2,800 "ghost estates" haunted the country at the end of 2010.
The Sunday Business Post reports that "ghost estates" are developments ... read more