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Henderson, Nevada Experiences Significant Condo Price Decline

Recent data reveals that condominium prices in Henderson, Nevada, have seen a more significant drop over the past year compared to any other location in the US. According to a report by online real estate portal Point2, the median condo sale price in Henderson was $269,000 in October, marking a 12.9% decrease from the same month last year. This puts Henderson ahead of Memphis, Tennessee, where condo prices fell by 12.2% annually, making it the top city in the country for sale price declines.

Mumbai Dominates India’s Luxury Property Market in 2023

Mumbai has emerged as India’s leading luxury home market in 2023, with the majority of the country’s most expensive home sales taking place in the city. Research from property consultants Anarock reveals that out of 58 luxury homes priced above 40 crore (US$4.8 million) sold across seven major Indian cities this year, 53 were in Mumbai. This includes three deals that were above 200 crore. Anuj Puri, chairman of Anarock, attributes this surge in demand for luxury and ultra-luxury properties to the pandemic, with high-net-worth individuals and ultra-high-net-worth individuals investing in such homes for personal use or investment purposes.

New York Estate with Mini Amusement Park Listed for $1.8 Million

A unique property in upstate New York, featuring a mini amusement park, has been listed for $1.8 million. Located in Rotterdam, approximately 23 miles northwest of Albany, the property includes a furnished six-bedroom residence, a helicopter pad, a koi pond, and the park itself. The park boasts a go-kart track that circles a volcano and a water slide leading to a heated saltwater pool.

Formula 1 Champion Jenson Button Lists Barbie-Inspired Palm Springs Villa

Former Formula One champion Jenson Button and his wife, Brittny, have listed their vibrant Palm Springs, California, vacation villa for $2.3 million. The 1937 Spanish-style home features a pink and green exterior, reminiscent of the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel. The property’s pink and white interiors and retro accents evoke the image of the Barbie Dreamhouse. Situated at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, the two-story home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and spans 2,200 square feet. Outdoor amenities include a tiered water fountain, a pool and spa, and an upper-level patio with a fireplace. The couple purchased the home in 2021 for $1.7 million and converted it into a vacation rental with prices starting at $900 per night.

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