Archive for “September, 2014”

To Auction or Not to Auction? That is (Often) the Question

The article posted below was originally published on DailyProperties.com in January, 2014…

Auctions are traditionally considered an end-game strategy for the sale of residential real estate, especially for luxury properties. Typically, a seller first checks other strategies off the list – whether they are price reductions, a change in listing brokerage, or other methods – before deciding to offer the property for sale at auction.

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Clank! The Curious Case of the Failed Michael Jordan Auction(s)

Like most youths who grew up with a basketball in their hands for at least six months out of each scholastic year, I’ve always considered Michael Jordan a true sports icon, perhaps THE sports icon. A man who, using God-given talent combined with an uncanny inner drive and competitive spirit, elevated his sport to a new level forever.

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Demystifying (Most of) the Versace Mansion Auction

At the urging of friends and associates, I have finally entered the world of industry-specific blogging. What better way to make an entrance (I think) than to write about the recent auction of the famed Versace Mansion property in Miami Beach? So without further ado, let’s begin. . .

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Upcoming Auction Features Waterfront Estate in Cape Cod

Classic American luxury meets smart technology at Platinum Luxury Auctions’ latest listing in Cape Cod. Tucked away in Mid-Cape’s quaint village of Osterville, this grandiose property boasts more than 10,200 square feet of interior living space and outdoor areas with unmatched views of East Bay.

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