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Marketing highlight of the week
Tim Smith, leader of Coldwell Banker’s No. 1 team in Newport Beach, California.
He has the distinction of overseeing the recent sale of the highest-priced piece of property in Newport Harbor at $35.008 million. It was first listed for $44.995 million in Oct. 2018.
The amount was slightly higher than the previous record of $35 million for the home of actor Nicolas Cage, which sold in 2008. The agent for the buyer said that her client is a fan of the house’s architect Robert Sinclair.