Homes of the Rich is one of the most popular luxury real estate blogs on the web. Since its inception in 2008, HOTR has garnered over 15 million page views and has received recognition from many noteworthy blogs and websites such as The Business Insider and Perez Hilton. Along with it's founder, Kenny Forder, it was recently featured in an article in Mother Jones Magazine!

Dabbling in all things real estate, Homes of the Rich provides its readers with access to luxury real estate, mega mansions, celebrity homes, and noteworthy estates from around the world. Take a look at how the "other half" lives! As we like to say here at Homes of the Rich, “May you all become mansion obsessed.” Enjoy!

An article about HOTR's founder, Kenny Forder, in the March/April 2012 issue of Mother Jones Magazine -

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Kenny Forder - Founder/CEO/Editor

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As Founder, CEO, & Editor of Homes of the Rich, Kenny takes great pride in Homes of the Rich. Overseeing all aspects of sales and development, Kenny is always on the move. A New Jersey native, Kenny grew up touring mansions in his spare time. His fascination with ultra luxury high end real estate has only grown with time making him “mansion obsessed.” This obsession led him to start Homes of the Rich. Since founding the blog in 2008, his primary focus has been to bring Homes of the Rich to the computers and mobile devices of all home fanatics. He has toured over $100 million worth of luxury real estate and plans to tour hundreds of millions more. A true innovator, his passion for the expansion of Homes of the Rich seems to grow by the day. Kenny has recently become a contributing editor with HudsonMOD, NJ/NYC's newest luxury lifestyle magazine. He also plans to start his own social network one day. Editor Nick Baumann dubbed him "THE PRINCE OF MANSION PORN" in the March issue of Mother Jones Magazine and that couldn't be more accurate. He has put hundreds of drool worthy mansions in front of the eyes of millions of readers and has also paved the way for countless other real estate blogs.