"The economists Joseph Gyourko, Christopher Mayer, and Todd Sinai have developed a theory about what they call “superstar cities.” Looking at data from 1950 to 2000, they found a small number of cities where housing prices rose steeply, and concluded that high earners tended to cluster together over time, with the result that rich cities tend to get richer." - , from The New Yorker article titled "Real Estate Goes Global" MAY 26, 2014 , read more HERE 

"The New York Times reported that a drone video of a $7.6 million beach house in Darien, Conn., posted on the Halstead Property website, received over 500,000 views."  - Source: (Peoria) Journal Star, http://bit.ly/1fFhOv9