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Wealthy CEOs and hedge-fund managers are flocking to Miami for the tax breaks, and it’s creating massive waiting lists at the area’s elite...
An influx of rich out-of-state buyers seeking tax breaks is creating massive waiting lists at Miami's elite private schools.
Infamous drug dealer Pablo Escobar had a home in Miami Beach, Florida. The home was demolished in 2016, but the lot is now up for sale.
Miami could be underwater within 80 years, but rich people keep buying luxury waterfront homes — and local experts says there’s a simple e...
Despite warnings that rising sea levels could soon overtake Miami, wealthy home buyers are snapping up high-end real estate left and right.
No expense was spared as Conor McGregor took a break from UFC training to help celebrate his mother's birthday at the opulent Versace Mansion.
NYC hedge-fund managers and Silicon Valley CEOs are flocking to Miami as ‘tax refugees,’ and it’s sparking record, ultra-luxury real...
Tech CEOs and hedge-fund managers are fleeing to Miami, where a top broker is seeing 'record sales' of multimillion-dollar, ultra-luxury homes.
Some of the world's most popular cities could experience unbearable living conditions because of climate change.
A $68 million Miami penthouse could shatter Florida’s real-estate record, but its building might soon be underwater
The penthouse is in Eighty Seven Park, a building that's at risk of chronic flooding due to extreme sea-level rise.
A glass mansion in Miami has set 2 real-estate records in the past 7 years — here’s a look inside the $50 million estate
A $50 million estate on the exclusive Indian Creek Island has set a new Miami-area real-estate record. Here's a look inside the mansion.
A Florida mansion down the street from Al Capone’s former home is on the market for $26 million. Here’s a look inside the Mediterranean-st...
A Florida mansion known as Villa Contenta was recently put on the market for $26.2 million. Here's a look at the Palm Island property.
From fishing to swimming to tobogganing, there were endless activities for Floridians and vacationers to explore in the 1950s.