Author: Lisa Chamoff

In most cases, house auctions involve short closes, no contingencies, and all-cash transactions, so they can be ideal for affluent buyers and sellers.

Built in 1887, this 25-foot-wide Queen Anne–style townhouse has an intriguing history and sumptuous interiors.

Although the East End is arguably more focused on rosés than Monets these days, it’s still a strong draw for the art crowd.

It’s still possible to live in a mansion in New York City if you're willing to venture into Brooklyn's blooming neighborhoods.

If “live-work” sounds more appealing than “co-work,” there are plenty of properties on the market zoned for both business and residential use.

Situated just across the Seine from the Louvre, the apartment is a Francophile’s dream

The location couldn’t be more perfect for someone looking for a London pied-à-terre.

The location offers all the perks of the region without any of the labor.

A saltwater pool overlooks the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head volcano.

A terrace and infinity pool offer sprawling views of the Gulf of Papagayo.

In the Upper East Side, someone can purchase these three adjacent townhouses and merge them to create a mega-mansion.

To garner attention to the listing, Compass agents parked a Rolls-Royce convertible and two different Bentley models in front and a Lamborghini in the attached parking space.