The American Dream is alive and well! The United States is the most desirable country for those who want to move abroad with their families. While Los Angeles is ranked the number one city for the wealthy Chinese to move, Seattle takes second place.
A hush fell as Mansion Globalreaders were treated to the “Secret of the San Juans.” In a celebration of the beloved archipelago, Nancy Keates highlights the San Juans most recent achievement as “the hottest luxury real-estate market in the country,” and discusses that the area’s growth “has been fueled in recent years by an influx of high-tech companies to Seattle, where soaring home prices make the San Juans look like a bargain.”
Changes to regulations coming through China have foreign investors seeking investments outside of their market as quickly as possible. The U.S. residential property market has absorbed a substantial amount of Chinese investments in the past few years and will continue to be a favorable asset, states a recent article in Mansion Global.
Tax season is upon us again and for many this means deciding on what to do with their return. Choosing to put that new-found cash towards a vacation, paying off debt, and home renovations are repeatedly the top contenders. If you’re going the renovations and house repair route, Martha Stewart has some words of advice for you.
Wealth-X has recently released their 2015-16 Billionaire Census, a comprehensive study on the global billionaire population, including insight into the assets, lifestyle, motivations, and social networks of the world’s wealthiest individuals.