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Steve Miller’s Idaho Estate Hitting Market for $16M
Mansion Global
Classic rock icon’s home has three guest cottages, recording studio and archive building.

Engel & Völkers Expands Into Washington State
RISMedia
Engel & Völkers has expanded into Washington State, opening two shops, the company recently announced.

Montreal's Luxury Housing Market Soars
The Globe and Mail
Chinese buyers are particularly active and they're interested in Montreal's Westmount, Town of Mount Royal, Brossard and Nôtre-Dame-de-Grace areas especially, said Yi Lu, an agent with Engel & Völkers.  

The Ibizan Scene Grows Up
Financial Times
The hedonism the island offers is more likely to be in beach clubs than night clubs.
 

Americas

San Francisco Edges out

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By the Engel & Völkers Team

Looking for an upgrade from first class and perhaps caviar as an in-flight snack? For millionaires and billionaires who are privileged enough to jet-set across the globe, they can pack up and go whenever and wherever they please—but they’ll actually need a jet for that. To help avoid inconvenient air traffic, Engel & Völkers Aviation recently ranked the most popular private jet routes taken throughout Europe in 2016, based on survey data produced by market research company WINGX Advance.  

Bart Boury, CEO of Engel & Völkers Aviation, reported that “the most frequented private jet route in Europe was from Aéroport International de Genève in Switzerland to Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget in France,” with private jets having

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E&V News

Luxurious Utah River Estate Asks $30 Million
The Wall Street Journal
The seller is Vinny Smith, former chief executive of Quest Software who now runs Toba Capital, a San Francisco and Newport Beach-based venture-capital firm.

Is Salt Lake City the New Austin?
U.S. News & World Report
With the Silicon Slopes experiencing significant tech growth, they may just be the answer to Silicon Valley's affordability problem.

Adam Kennedy, World Series Champ Turned Real Estate Agent, on Hitting Financial Home Runs
Realtor.com
Over a peripatetic 14-year career in Major League Baseball, Adam Kennedy grew to really appreciate the value in settling down—and investing smartly in real estate.

New Luxury Real Estate Firm Opens Office in Jackson
Buckrail
Engel

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Willits Town Center, just about 15 miles west of the roundabout, is becoming more and more of an attraction to Aspenites. Willits has become its own little universe where you can live, work, play, shop, dine, be entertained, and take care of your health and beauty needs. (Staying at the Westin’s Element Hotel could definitely make for a pleasant and convenient weekend getaway.)
 
Though Whole Foods is still a big draw, there are several new businesses that make the short trip down Valley worthwhile. Recently added to an already abundant list of retail stores, restaurants and services were Bookbinders, The Loft, Hollyann, Mezzaluna, Capitol Peak Brewery, Market Street Kitchen, Soak Hot Tubs & Endless Pools.  The Temporary opened this summer, too.

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The first half of 2017 was remarkable and surpassed even the most optimistic expectations.  Supply dropped while demand strengthened, the perfect recipe for a booming market.  Some notable year-to-date highlights for Aspen and Snowmass include the following:

  • The first half of 2017 marks the strongest period since 2007 in terms of dollar sales. 
  • The Aspen single-family market skyrocketed.  Sales tripled that of last year and the average sale price rose 10%.  Performance in this submarket even surpassed the heights of 2007.  Snowmass exhibited the opposite trend; single-family sales and prices dropped around 10% compared to last year setting the stage for added value purchases.
  • The luxury market set records, with 21 home sales over $7 million
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E&V News

Bohemian Vibe Attracts Homebuyers to Taos
Financial Times 
New Mexico town offers adventurous sports alongside adobe architecture. 

The Upper East Side's Co-Op Conundrum
The Real Deal 
Co-ops, even in the Upper East Side’s marquee buildings, are facing an increasingly tough crowd of buyers.

Napa Valley Vineyard Listed at Almost $5 Million
Mortgage Professional America
Winemaker Pat Vinatieri is selling his Napa Valley vineyard estate for just shy of $5 million.

Palace Fit for a Pop Queen: Madonna Buys 18th Century 'Palacete' in Portugal as Son Joins Benfica Football Academy
Homes & Property 
Madonna has moved into Quinta do Relógio, an 18th century ‘palacete’ in the hilltop town of Sintra.

Banks Predict Growth in Sales and Prices in

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By the Engel & Völkers Team


We had the pleasure of chatting with our very own Dean Poritzky, Private Office advisor and license partner of Engel & Völkers Wellesley, to discuss current generational trends and shifts he’s seeing in the Wellesley, Weston and surrounding Boston area real estate markets. Here’s a peek into some of his on-the-ground insight. 

E&V TEAM: Your market is known for having many historic, New England homes (we’re talking homes circa the 17th century). What’s in it for millennials?

PORITZKY: Many millennials are moving from Boston, where many will still work and commute. They're looking to raise their families with more space in quieter neighborhoods, but still visit Boston for work, a night out or a weekend trip. The

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E&V News

This Real Estate Agent Is the Castle Expert
Bloomberg
Are you a member of the global super-rich on the hunt for a house? Christoph von Schenck has just the palace, fortress, or château for you.

Engel & Völkers Partner for Sustainability-Minded Luxury Real Estate Development
Luxury Daily
Real estate brokerage Engel & Völkers is partnering with developers Inter Related and Namba One Star to promote a new golf community in South Florida built with an emphasis on sustainability and environmental consciousness.

Why Some NYC Resi Brokers Are Thriving During the Summer Slowdown
The Real Deal
In real estate's quiet months, international buyers come out to play and agents take chances. 

Less Is More: Downsizing to a More Simple Life Intown
Atlanta

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By the Engel & Völkers Team

Bloomberg recently sat down with our in-house castle expert Christoph von Schenck, Engel & Völkers’ Head of Castles & Manor Houses, to make use of the knowledge he’s amassed in his life’s work. In his interview, he shares details on why castle owners part with their palatial homes, the fortunate buyers who get to scoop up their gems, what today’s castle market looks like across Europe and what it would take for you to own a century-old chateau. Christoph also shares where his ideal castle would be (even though he’s already the proud owner of one) because castle experts can dream a little, too.

With modernity’s end to widespread European monarchies came the availability of palaces and fortresses across the continent.

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E&V News

The Best Vancouver Neighbourhoods to Buy Property in Today
REW
Two top-producing agents give their expert advice on how to find up-and-coming neighbourhoods to buy in. 

Americas

Existing-Home Sales Slide 1.3 Percent in July
National Association of Realtors®
Listings in July typically went under contract in under 30 days for the fourth consecutive month because of high buyer demand, but existing-home sales ultimately pulled back as large declines in the Northeast and Midwest outweighed sales increases in the South and West. 

Slower Home Sales Don't Stop Canadian Mortgages From Booming
Huffington Post
The average Canadian mortgage is now almost $200,000, up 5 per cent in a year.

International

4 Ways Russian Luxury Real Estate Investing

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