Teri Miller Blog

There are few architects as well known in Americas Frank Lloyd Wright, and “wrightfully” so! (Pun intended). Having designed structures like the famous Falling Wwater home and the renowned Guggenheim Museum in New York City, Wright has been able to make his designs meld with both the city streets and natural wonders. Remarkably, two of our top agents have the famous Wright name attached to homes they are currently representing. The Gale house, which was designed by Wright himself, is known as “th... read more
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Ways to Sell a Home Quickly

Posted by Jason Arnold on August 01, 2011 in No Category
 Ways to sell a home quickly   July 29, 2011   To make one's home more attractive to home buyers than the other properties sitting on the market, home sellers may want to consider going the extra mile, the International Business Times reports.   While there are many ways for home sellers to better position their home for sale in comparison to other residences, they should contemplate alternative methods to help their chances of getting a prospective ... read more
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Former Beach Boy Brian Wilsons Home For Sale By Coldwell Banker

Posted by Diann Patton
Posted by Lori Arnold on July 28, 2011 in No Category
Does anyone love the Beach Boys as much as I do? I spent many years listening to their music, dancing with my first boyfriend to “Little Surfer Girl,” and I always daydreamed about living the beach / surfer life! As we enter the last month of summer, it seems only appropriate to discover that Beach Boy icon Brian Wilson’s former home is for sale by Coldwell Banker agent, Betty Theisen Placek, where someone will be able to live the “good vibrations” all year long! Located in St. Cha... read more
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Coldwell Banker Sells Most Expensive Home In America

Post by David Marine
Posted by Lori Arnold on July 28, 2011 in No Category
Coldwell Banker agent, Sally Forster Jones, is no stranger to selling luxury properties. With over $1 billion in sales to her name, it’s no surprise that she was involved in the sale of the most expensive home for sale in the United States, the Spelling Manor. The final sales price cannot be divulged, but the original list price for this enormous estate was $150 million. The affordability radar on coldwellbanker.com told me that it was outside of my price range, otherwise I would have made an offer. T... read more
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Housings silver lining

Posted by Jason Arnold on June 22, 2011 in No Category
 NEW YORK (CNN) -- Amid the clouds of gloom hovering over the nation's housing market there is a silver lining. Steven Liberati sees it. The 28-year old heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems salesman and his fiancé are about to purchase their first home -- a co-op apartment in White Plains, New York -- for a fraction of what they thought it would cost just a couple of years ago. "I'm always trying to take advantage of a situation. I feel like two years ago was a good time to rent,"... read more
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