Boston luxury condos for sale $1,450,000 – $1,500,000
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- Back Bay
- Beacon Hill
- Charlestown Navy Yard
- Dorchester Heights
- Jamaica Plain
- Leather District
- Seaport District
- South Boston
- South End
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Updated: January 2018
Differences from ordinary real estate
Luxury real estate entails greater responsibility for agents who handle transactions than ordinary real estate. They must advertise to a national audience to attract non-local buyers, whereas ordinary real estate only generally requires exposure in local media. There are also greater legal responsibilities for the luxury estate agent, which often involve attorneys, trusts, and anonymity issues. Buyers often require more inspections than with ordinary real estate (which are generally bought after a single inspection).
Luxury real estate magazines
Companies operating in the luxury real estate market often publish their own magazines online and in print in order to publicize their brands. Examples include Reside published by Sotheby’s International Realty, Christie’s Great Estates published by Christie’s International Real Estate, and Previews published by Coldwell Banker. The Robb Report is a lifestyle magazine featuring many products, including real estate, but is not a captive of a real estate agency