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Mansion Global Daily: How to Stage an Open House in a Post-Covid World, August Price Growth in Dubai Declined to Slowest Pace in 18 Months, and More

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Bake cookies and bread? Open Houses are back in action.How Sellers Should Prepare in a Covid World

Cleanliness cannot be overstated, and many homebuyers are still leery of finger foods or even linger too long in someone else’s home. read more

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This Chelsea condo’s terrace is three times the size of your average New York apartment

The Pacific Northwest Meets New York City is a waterfront complex by Robert AM Stern on the Hudson River. read more

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Lakeside Seefeld offers shopping, dining and swimming minutes from central Zurich

Adjacent to the eastern edge of Lake Zurich, the narrow district is home to leafy promenades, manicured gardens and historic Art Nouveau architecture. read more

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Waterline to be Texas’ tallest tower, construction begins

Construction has begun on what will become the tallest tower in Texas, called ‘Waterline’, a 1,022-foot skyscraper in Austin. Headed by New York City-based architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, the building sits along Waller Creek, which empties into the Red River. The 74-story building has retail and office space, a hotel and residences, starting on the 33rd floor. “The building’s façade expresses this set of features as a collage of different patterns,” said KPF President James von Klemperer. We are committed to becoming an icon in the state capital.” Desiine

Dubai August price gains slow to slowest pace in 18 months

Dubai villa prices rose 1.3% month-on-month in August, the slowest monthly growth rate in 18 months, according to a report by local appraiser ValuStrat. Meanwhile, the market for apartments “has gradually moved closer to the possible price cap with a modest monthly increase of 0.7%,” according to the report. Annual growth rates for villas and apartments were 28% and 8% respectively last month . The National

Billionaire hedge fund Ken Griffin now owns more than $1 billion in South Florida real estate

Billionaire founder of hedge fund Citadel, Ken Griffin’s South Florida real estate portfolio has crossed $1 billion after recently buying Adrian Urshut’s Coconut Grove property for $109 million A native of the Sunshine State, Mr. Griffin has a net worth of approximately $31 billion, of which approximately 4% is invested in real estate in Florida. He also owns luxury homes in New York, Chicago, and London, among others, but he could be staying in Florida more often, as Citadel announced earlier this year that it was moving his headquarters from Chicago to Miami. There is a nature. real

Increased Investment in Mortgage-Backed Green Securities in China

China’s mortgage-backed securities rose to 110 billion yuan ($15.8 billion) in the first half of the year, compared with 123.3 billion yuan in 2021 as a whole, according to a report released this week by Fitch Ratings. In addition, 2021 transaction volume surpassed the previous five years combined. China has made green building a priority as it strives to meet its climate goals, which benefits investors. “Chinese mortgage-backed securities are incorporating energy-efficient residential and commercial buildings into their asset pools, boosted by recent policies by Chinese authorities,” the report said. south china morning post


Why Repainting Means More Money and Faster Home Sales [The Wall Street Journal]

Today’s America’s Hottest Market Helps Homebuyers Save Six Figures — Here’s Where They’re Hiding [Realtor.com]

Real Estate Mogul Bob Nakal Lists $13.45 Million NYC Home [New York Post]

Bronte home owned by strategy consultant Simon Cora sells for over A$18 million [news.com.au]

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