Opportunity Knocks Now

Opportunity Knocks Now Key takeaways: -Sellers are enjoying huge equity gains. -We are moving towards a more balanced market but are still in a seller’s market. -Year Over Year transactions have slowed down but are still moving. We are on par with 2019 closings. -Don’t wait to buy when rates come down….there will be more…

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Louis Vuitton Cotteville 40 Gets A Shiny Upgrade

This post was originally published on sothebysrealty.com Louis Vuitton decided at 16 years old that he would become a trunk master, and the rest is high fashion history. The iconic Cotteville 40 luggage—the classic 1930s-era suitcase designed with leather trimmings, Louis Vuitton’s signature LV monogram print, and a lock closure—is having a modern day glow-up…

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Scripps Park & Scripps Institution of Oceanography

The Golden State’s second-largest metropolis has been dubbed “America’s Finest City.” Along with the amazing weather and scenery, there is no shortage of great things to see and do in San Diego. Ellen Browning Scripps Park –Seaside Spectacular It’s been said that this is the most photographed place in San Diego. This isn’t a surprise;…

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Éric Ripert’s Favorite Cookbooks

This post was originally published on sothebysrealty.com To gourmands around the world, Éric Ripert needs no introduction. The France native’s renowned New York City institution Le Bernardin is one of the country’s most decorated restaurants. While Ripert may be known for applying his vision to the finest fresh seafood, he has been trumpeting the virtues…

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Curves Ahead

This post was originally published on sothebysrealty.com.   For designer LaQuan Smith the past two years have been all about growth, opportunity, and dreams coming true. Which is something for a guy who—just over 10 years ago—was giving away his leggings on the street. Back then, the eager 20-year-old Queens native roamed the Meatpacking District, SoHo,…

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