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6 hrs ago

Why $13 billion made by 20 real estate tycoons looks small

But these 20 U.S. tycoons saw their standings on the Forbes’ global wealth scoreboard drop to an average 688 ranking from 562 a year ago.

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8 hrs ago

California billionaire’s real estate firm to begin allowing tenants to pay rent in bitcoin

Billionaire Rick Caruso's eponymous real estate company said Wednesday it will begin accepting bitcoin as rent payment at its residential and retail properties.

https://www.cnbc.com
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8 hrs ago

Real Estate newsletter: Iconic Hearst estate hits the clearance rack — Los Angeles Times

This week saw the famous Hearst estate — a trophy property with ties to JFK and "The Godfather" — relist for $89.75 million, more than $100 million shy of its original price tag.

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8 hrs ago

Spanish Revival Architecture: 5 Pueblo & Mission-Style Homes - Christie’s International Real Estate

Luxury Defined showcases a collection of properties inspired by Pueblo and Mission Revival architecture

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8 hrs ago

Market Insight: The State of Luxury Real Estate in Paris - — Luxury Defined by Christie's Real Estate

Charles-Marie Jottras, CEO of the Daniel Féau Group, shares his insights on real estate in Paris and the increase in the city's French buyers

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2 days ago

Market Insight: Luxury Real Estate in Monaco and Southeastern France - — Luxury Defined by Christie's Real Estate

Three top brokerages share their insights on how the pandemic has affected the real estate market in Monaco and the South of France

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Investofriends ⭐️
2 days ago

Investing in Paradise: Your Ultimate Guide to Buying a Private Island - — Luxury Defined by Christie's Real Estate

Recent events have made buying a private island an even more attractive proposition—here's how to go about investing in one

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Investofriends ⭐️
2 days ago

Demand For Life Science Real Estate Shows No Sign Of Slowing — Forbes

As demand for life science centers continues growing, U.S. metros are avidly vying for life-science prominence, with Charleston, Columbus and Houston all emerging as fast-rising contenders.

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Investofriends ⭐️
2 days ago

4 Things Real Estate Agents Wish You Knew About Colorful Appliances — Apartment Therapy

When you think of colorful appliances, your mind might wander to those eccentric, bright kitchens straight out of the ‘70s. While dark wooden cabinets and yellow laminate countertops are less frequent these days, colorful appliances are making a comeback thanks to brands like Smeg and Viking selling stunning ovens and refrigerators in every color in the rainbow.

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Investofriends ⭐️
2 days ago

Stay calm and know your limits — financial and risk — in a hot real estate market — The Star

No matter how high your offer, a seller can choose any offer or reject all of them using any criteria they choose, writes Joe Richer.

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Investofriends ⭐️
2 days ago

Home prices soar in frenzied U.S. market drained of supply — Bloomberg

Last year’s pandemic housing rush is now this year’s end-of-lockdown feeding frenzy.

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Priya Patpatia
3 days ago

Calling all investors looking for an East Bay opportunity! I have a new listing in Oakland - check it out!

https://www.priyapatpatialuxuryrealtor.com/2021/04/08/new-listing-investor-special/?source=19

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3 days ago

Mortgage Applications in U.S. Dip in Early April

According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's latest Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending April 2, 2021, U.S. mortgage applications decreased 5.1 percent from one week earlier.

https://www.worldpropertyjournal.com
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3 days ago

The Hidden Investment Opportunity In Electric Vehicles? Commercial Real Estate

With 18 million electric vehicles set to hit the U.S. in the next decade, determining where they charge could spell big bucks.

https://www.forbes.com
Investofriends ⭐️
3 days ago

Soon After Bankruptcy Filing, Knotel Turns To WeWork Alum To Chart A New Path

Knotel was recently sold to Newmark Group, a commercial real estate giant.

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Investofriends ⭐️
3 days ago

Hope for first-time homebuyers in competitive market

Diana Olick joins 'Closing Bell' to report on what cities are the best for first-time homebuyers in 2021.

https://www.cnbc.com
Phillip Barth
4 days ago

Goldman interns are scrambling to find housing in NYC this summer — Business Insider

Goldman Sachs recently told incoming interns they'll work in the office this summer. The announcement sparked a frenzy among incoming interns, who are searching for housing. A spokesperson for Goldman Sachs told Insider the bank will "soon" be sharing info and resources with interns. See more stories on Insider's business page.

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Investofriends ⭐️
4 days ago

Author Post: How To Start A Vacation Rental Business Without Owning Any Real Estate

Too often, I see individuals who want to become real estate investors but don't bother taking that first step because they don't have the savings for a house down payment and/or have no credit.

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Investofriends ⭐️
4 days ago

Real estate catches onto the crypto craze as people buy homes with bitcoin

CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at how real estate agents are pivoting to work with the cryptocurrency to buy and sell homes.

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Investofriends ⭐️
5 days ago

As sea levels rise, buying a coastal home is risky. What if you rented one from the government? — Fast Company

A house sitting on low-lying land on the coast in Southern California can cost millions of dollars—but over the course of a 30-year mortgage, as the sea level rises, it could also become uninhabitable.

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Investofriends ⭐️
5 days ago

Why optimists are happier, healthier, and wealthier — Apple News Spotlight

And how cynics can start seeing the glass as half-full. Plus: why you keep staying up so late, a 30-day equipment-free core challenge, 10 simple ways to cozy up your bedroom, why your problem isn’t laziness, and tips to find a new job right now.

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Investofriends ⭐️
5 days ago

If You Sell a House These Days, the Buyer Might Be a Pension Fund — The Wall Street Journal

Yield-chasing investors are snapping up single-family homes, competing with ordinary Americans and driving up prices.

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Investofriends ⭐️
6 days ago

How to reinvent yourself and your business in this moment of opportunity — Entrepreneur

The pandemic has revealed new growth strategies in the ways we learn, work, lead and live.

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Investofriends ⭐️
6 days ago

Take a look at the digital 'Mars House' that just sold for over $500,000 — the world's first crypto real-estate sale

The crypto art piece can be recreated as a physical piece. In exchange for the purchase, the buyer received 3-D files and clips of the house.

https://www.businessinsider.com
Investofriends ⭐️
6 days ago

'This is not the time for amateurs,' says real estate agent in a fiercely competitive housing market

Selling a home has never been easier, and while that may sound like great news for real estate agents, there is a problem: They are desperate for listings.

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Investofriends ⭐️
6 days ago

Top 10 Real Estate Leaders To Watch Out For In 2021

HighKey Agency Top 10 Real Estate Leaders San juan, Puerto Rico, April 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today we at HighKey Agency are going to cover “Top 10 Real Estate Leaders in 2021”. They say there is always money in real estate, but that doesn’t mean those who see success in the industry can slack off or that it’s a walk in the park. Whether working as a solo act or with a team of dozens, whether they’re renovating apartments, selling family homes, or selling mansions to the rich and famous, building a business from the ground up and seeing success with it takes passion and dedication. For some people, passion and dedication are hard to come by, but none of the people on this list fall into that category. Whether it’s digging to the core of the Earth just to say that they could or lifting the sky on their shoulders to help their families, the people on this list have passion and dedication in spades. Considering that, here are the top ten real estate leaders to keep an eye on as we progress through 2021. Annetta Powell Born to deaf parents in Pontiac, Michigan, Annetta knows what it means to work hard and defy the odds. She learned from a young age that if she wanted more out of life, she would have to make it happen herself. At the age of 24, Annetta realized that climbing the corporate ladder and working for someone else would never give her the life she wanted. She had to think bigger.Since 2001, she’s formed her very own real estate investment firm, Infinity Properties Group, which has done over $50 million in real estate sales. She’s also built five tax franchises known as The Tax Experts and a luxury party bus company, and published her first book, Finding, Fixing, and Flipping Properties. While most would relax, Annetta is just getting started, now helping others realize their own success through The Wealth Connect, an initiative created to accelerate entrepreneurs toward success. Like every great success story, her journey has been challenging. 2009 brought forth a real estate-fueled recession that affected the entire nation, and making matters worse, Annetta was indicted for fraud and was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison. Instead of giving up, she had a comeback unlike any other. She rebuilt her real estate empire, created her dream life, and now aims to help millions of others overcome their obstacles and create their own dream lives. Ralph DiBugnara Ralph DiBugnara is a successful real estate guru, advisor, and problem-solver, but that wasn’t always the case. Ralph grew up in Brooklyn, New York, watching his father work multiple jobs to take care of the family. Seeing this, it fed Ralph’s determination to work as hard as possible and improve his fortunes. It’s no surprise that he started his own business, eventually leading to the real estate industry. Everything worthwhile takes work, of course, but if Ralph and his team can survive the 2008 recession, then they can make it through anything. He’s eager to learn and stay in shape, keeping himself at the top of his game for whatever else may come. He’s also eager to share what he knows. The Disruptors Network is a series devoted to interviewing successful guests to get lesser-known tips and secrets behind their success to help the audience grow and learn and discover their own paths to entrepreneurship. While Ralph maintains that vigilance and a competitive streak will take people further than anything else, a helping hand now and then never hurts. Robby Clark Born in Chicago before moving to Florida, then Ontario Canada at 5, Robby Clark was a busy child. Through his teenage years, he was a successful Canadian actor. Though he gradually lost interest in acting, his passion for life never wavered. After spending all his money from acting and a brief stint in producing and singing, Robby fell in love with the world of business at 25 years old. Robby had no formal education beyond grade eight, which he credits as part of his flexibility and creativity. What started with one small home has expanded to multiple businesses, includ

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Investofriends ⭐️
a week ago

A hint of what's to come for dying malls: Phoenix mall owner sells out as property is rezoned for other uses

The land surrounding the Paradise Valley Mall in Phoenix has been rezoned, to create a new development with homes and offices.

https://www.cnbc.com
Phillip Barth
a week ago

Investofriends ⭐️
a week ago

House Hunting: $14-Million Homes In Three Wealthy Coastal Markets

From a Polynesian-inspired home in Kauai to a Mediterranean-style spread in Beverly Hills, here’s a look at what $14 million buys in three coastal markets.

https://www.forbes.com
Investofriends ⭐️
a week ago

Need To Borrow More For A House? You’ll Be Able To In 2021.

Home prices have jumped up this year, but many buyers will be able to borrow almost $40,000 more than last year. Here's an explanation of why.

https://www.forbes.com