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The hoi polloi may be struggling to make the mortgage, but wealthy homeowners are spending $40 million on luxury digs 50 stories up.
The extravagantly wealthy collect houses around the globe, but they're disconnected from the communities around them. Is this a problem?
The crash of a 1962 Ferrari GTO valued at up to $30 million would not be covered by the type of car insurance most people buy.
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International buyers have set their sights on high-end South Florida homes, which are hitting record prices.
Despite being burdened with large student-loan debt and high unemployment rates, millennials are the fastest-growing segment of luxury shoppers.
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