We Found a Pool Table That Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Would Love
Josh Flagg shocks his parents while Josh Altman takes his relationship with Heather to the next level.
Madison deals with family issues, while Edith intervenes on Josh Flagg's work.
Madison struggles to keep his client, while Josh Altman misjudges his.
Madison, Josh A., and Heather get into at Josh F.'s open house.
Josh Altman deals with a pro-football client, while Josh Flagg gets some shocking news.
The Joshes deal with personal and professional problems, while Madison struggles with an incomplete listing.
Josh A.'s temper botches a deal, while Madison aims to sell his parents home in Park City.
Madison confronts Josh A. and Heather at a posh broker's open.
Heather's relationship with Josh Altman puts her job with Madison in jeopardy.
Josh A. deals with a high-flying content, while Madison hopes his client's ex doesn't fly off the handle.
Los Angeles pretty much has something for everyone — the beach, picturesque palm trees, great restaurants and cocktail bars, more luxury fashion than you could ever want, and the Museum of Contemporary Art for impressing dates. If you've been thinking about buying some property in the area but don't want to necessarily live in the middle of Hollywood, you don't have to. Read More
Billionaires have been proving that dropping thousands for each square foot of a luxury home isn't out of the question, with some market prices reaching record-breaking heights — like America's most expensive home in Greenwich, Connecticut (going for $190M). Considering Greenwich is known to attract Wall Street tycoons, it's not too surprising to see such a high-priced property up for grabs, but it did get us thinking about where in America you can find the most expensive real estate markets. Read More
Most children have some kind of playhouse, whether it be a pink plastic eyesore or a magnificent three-level tree house (maybe that was just me), and even though we grow older there's still a small part of us that wants to maintain that playful feeling in our own home. The Residences at W Hollywood in Los Angeles must know that feeling well, because they chose interior designer Christopher Grubb to give one of their luxury urban penthouses a "playhouse" liveliness fit for a CEO's inner child. If you're thinking this would be a good place to tuck in for the night, think again because instead of a bed, the master suite has a custom gaming table! Read More
If you're looking for a luxury home in Los Angeles, we don't think there's a point in settling for anything less than a beachfront estate. While there are plenty of great homes more inland, why would you want a view looking out on congested streets and graffitied buildings when you could gaze out at sailboats and waves? From Frank Gehry-designed estates to villas blending Italian sophistication with a Los Angeles flair, here are nine million dollar homes we think deserve the spotlight. Read More
Sheldon Good Luxury Residences are getting ready to auction two pretty impressive homes in Aspen (one on Clay Lane and one on West Buttermilk Road) on July 30 but only one of them was featured on VH1's Celebrity Real Estate Splurges. The property at 1518 West Buttermilk Road is being called a "masterpiece" by the auctioneer and judging by the photos of the 15,000-square-foot estate, they may be right. Read More
Quadrant, a Washington-based homebuilder, is entering the housing market with the launch of its new brand, Evoke. A contemporary luxury home design, Evoke is the first builder of its size to offer Seattle homebuyers in the Eastside area luxury homes that reflect their individual needs and wants. Read More
Mid-century modern architecture tends to feature wide open floor plans and tons of windows, intending to bring the outdoors in — sometimes walls will even be made entirely of glass. One can see these modern homes all over the California coast, which is why it's often called the California Modern style, and The Strand in Dana Point is a shining example. Read More
Actors and musicians may make a lot of money, but often their paychecks don't come close to those of professional athletes. These sports stars have to make sure they have the right home to throw their huge parties at and nothing says affluence better than indoor basketball courts and pools with shark tanks within. Here's some of our favorite flashy homes owned by the biggest celebrity athletes, and while some have changed hands, they're still worth taking a look at — who knows, one of them may even be on the market. Read More