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At the fall NAR Expo in Boston I picked up Selling Luxury Homes by Jack Cotton, a Sotheby’s broker from Cape Cod. I could not put it down.


Superior quality and a brand’s reputation are more important than price for high-earning millennials who are searching for luxury real estate, says a new survey by Engel & Völkers.



Before you decide to make that transition into the luxury market there are things you need to know…things that may save you a lot of heartache, time and money.

Conference attendees were offered Johnston & Daniel’s signature cocktail.


Johnston & Daniel was the Gold Sponsor of the Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate Conference held in Toronto recently. Attendees from across the globe met at the Fairmont Royal York for a program of speakers and events.

The property at 2250 Indian River Crescent in North Vancouver is listed for $34.2 million.


Sotheby’s International Realty Canada recently listed a North Vancouver estate for $36.2 million, setting a new real estate record for the city. The home is a blend of West Coast architecture with Japanese influences.


Seven of the 10 most expensive neighbourhoods in Canada are in Metro Vancouver with Toronto Downtown, Oakville and Richmond Hill in the Greater Toronto Area positioned third, sixth and 10th respectively.



Vancouver has the highest concentration of luxury homes for sale in Canada, but in eight other cities more than 50 per cent of active listings are in the $1-million-plus category, says a recent report by Point2 Homes.


As part of the launch of the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury program, the Coldwell Banker brand is unveiling a logo, signage and website. The rebranding means that the Coldwell Banker Previews International name will be retired.



Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC has expanded its Coldwell Banker Previews International luxury program by enhancing its Previews agent certification program.


Test Drive Your Dream Home, launched in May 2015, is market driven. Muskoka has seen an influx of buyers who are interested in, but not necessarily familiar with, the area, Halloran says.