Last year marked the first time in history that luxury homes prices scaled back rather dramatically, independent of downward economic pressure. Luxury goods as a whole are experiencing a similar reversal of the runaway luxflation — or continual inflation of the luxury value of goods — that, until recently, was unjustifiably raising prices to unreasonable levels.
- While the Great Recession was detrimental for homebuyers, the Great Correction is getting real estate back to where it was.
- Despite their impressive wealth, luxury consumers are very cautious spenders who don't mind putting the breaks on a expensive purchase.
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