Single Property Website Profile – Custom Designs

In addition to the countless design options every AgencyLogic single property Website has avaiable did you know you can also have a custom design, something branded to match your agent Website and other marketing channels?

Many of our customers opt for a custom design because not only does it allow them to match the look and feel of their existing marketing but also includes additional links and content.

Here are several examples, simply click on the image to see the actual listing Website. If you would like more information please contact us:

Carole Smith

Toni Schrager

Frank Murphy

Keith Bennett

Maurice Tegellar

Cheryl Miles

Brad Coleman

Schmidt Realty Group

Terra Firma

Bradley

The Most Expensive Home in America

We posted the press release about the most expensive home in America earlier today but there is more, lots more to see.

Of course the home has a single property Website and, as you would expect, a video. Enjoy!

News Wolf add:

Inside the $250m Bel Air mansion built by Bruce Makowsky. What billionaires’ dreams are made of: The most expensive home ever listed in America goes on sale for $250MILLION – complete with a helicopter, two champagne cellars and a $220K candy room Priciest property in the country went up for sale Wednesday in Los Angeles’ Bel Air neighborhood The 38,000-sqft home has 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, 130 works of art and a $30M car collection QVC handbag tycoon Bruce Makowsky developed the home, inspired by his own glamorous lifestyle The Bel Air property has a bowling alley, a movie theater and – of course – a pool with its own swim-up bar Makowsky has also factored in the costs of seven live-in employees who will work at the property full-time

The most expensive home ever listed in the United States has just hit the market in Bel Air, Los Angeles at a whopping $250million.

Handbag tycoon and owner-developer Bruce Makowsky dreamed up the extravagant property, drawing inspiration from his own glamorous lifestyle. It has dethroned the previous record-holder, a $195million mega-mansion in Manalapan, Florida.

The 38,000-square-foot mansion, which comes with custom-made luxury furnishings, houses 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, three kitchens, a bowling alley, a movie theater, an 85-foot infinity pool with its own bar, and a candy room filled with $200,000 worth of treats.

Makowsky also included a car collection worth $30million and 130 works of art, and topped his billionaire’s paradise with a helicopter. The mogul developed the property without a buyer lined up but says more than half a dozen people are interested.

The $250million price tag doesn’t just include material amenities. Makowsky has also factored in the costs of seven live-in employees who will work at the property full-time, the Los Angeles Times reported. He will pay their salaries for two years.

The tycoon, who built his fortune selling handbags on QVC, has sold nine billionaire homes in the past six years. He got the idea for the mega-mansion by watching wealthy travelers invest in yachts.

‘Today, people are spending $300million on a boat, and they use it about eight weeks a year,’ he told the newspaper. ‘Then they are living in a $30million to $40million home.’

Makowsky thought this didn’t make sense and resolved to build a property akin to a luxury yacht, but on land. He said some have already expressed interest in the listing.

The property also has a garage filled with 12 luxury vehicles, including a $15-million-plus Von Krieger 1936 Mercedes 540 K Special Roadster and a $2million one-of-a-kind Pagani Huayra.

He doesn’t plan to host an extravagant open-house and wants instead to show the property to restricted groups of potential buyers. Only one of the world’s estimated 1,810 billionaires could possibly afford the home – maybe one of the 540 who live in the United States according to Forbes.

Makowsky believes the mega-mansion’s occupant will have homebody propensities, someone who will be too busy enjoying their billionaire haven to explore the area.

‘People spend over half their lives in their home,’ he told CNBC. ‘So when you’re home, it should be the ultimate oasis. You should have every single entertainment feature you could have in one home.’

Real estate professor Paul Habibi meanwhile told the LA Times who he think will not be interested in the extravagant home.

‘Anybody who has had money for a long time knows better than to spend it on a $250million house,’ he said.

At $250million, the 38,000-square-foot, 12-bedroom house includes luxurious amenities, such as this massage room

Inside the mega-mansion lies a candy room (pictured) filled with $200,000 worth of treats and several foosball tables

Next to the candy room, guests can walk to the property’s private bowling alley (pictured) with custom-made furnishings

An extravagant James Bond-themed, $2million screening room (pictured) can sit 40 guests on Italian leather reclining chairs

Inside the home is this Hermes Equateur Blanket, made out of cashmere and hand-embroidered with fine beads and pearls. IT has been encased between starfire glass panels with custom-made standoffs

Also included in the art collection is this stainless over-sized Leica camera sculpture made by artist Liao Yibai

Inside the property is this sculpture by Gale Hart, who has produced several gun-themed works of art over the years

The owner of the property will enjoy these Lamborghini clock walls and vintage gas cans and fire extinguishers from 1892

Two more of Gale Hart’s firearm-themed works of art can be found in a different part of the extravagant, artsy property

On the roof sits the original helicopter from the TV show Airwolf, which ran from 1984 to 1987. The helicopter was refurbished over twelve months and customized to incorporate the luxurious details of the house.

Wow. Just wow.

Nine Home Improvement Projects Worth Taking On In 2017

Redfin Data Shows Which Home Improvement Projects are Still Popular and Which Are Yesterday’s Trend

Seattle, WA – January 20, 2017 (BUSINESS WIRE)–Home design trends are constantly changing and evolving, so it can be difficult to decide which home improvement projects are worth the time and money. Redfin (www.redfin.com), the next-generation real estate brokerage, dug into listing data to find out which home trends are becoming more popular, which are holding steady and which are a thing of the past.

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“Homebuyers don’t want to have to change anything after they purchase a home. So, a home could sell faster and for more money if a homebuyer sees that a home was recently upgraded and won’t need to be remodeled anytime soon,” says Timothy Maller, a Redfin real estate agent in Baltimore. “That’s why picking the right home improvement project to tackle before listing could make a big difference in how long the home stays on the market and the final sale price.”

Here are the three top hottest trends to keep in mind for 2017:

1. Quartz
2. Smart Home Technology
3. Built-in Bars

To read the full report, complete with more information on each trend and insights from real estate agents, click here.

About Redfin Corporation

Redfin (www.redfin.com) is the next-generation real estate brokerage, combining its own full-service agents with modern technology to redefine real estate in the consumer’s favor. Founded by software engineers, Redfin has the country’s #1 brokerage website and offers a host of online tools to consumers, including the Redfin Estimate, the highly accurate automated home-value estimate. Homebuyers and sellers enjoy a full-service, technology-powered experience from Redfin real estate agents, while saving thousands in commissions. Redfin serves more than 80 major metro areas across the U.S. The company has closed more than $31 billion in home sales and saved customers more than $335 million in fees through 2015.

For more information or to contact a local Redfin real estate agent, visit www.redfin.com. To learn about housing market trends and download data, visit the Redfin Data Center.

Contacts

Redfin Journalist Services:
Alanna Finn, 917-822-5087
press@redfin.com