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The Engel & Völkers News Brief | January 18, 2019

Friday, January 18th, 2019 at 12:00pm Engel Völkers

E&V News

The List of the Most Powerful People in the Residential Real Estate Brokerage Industry in 2019
The overall 2019 SP200 ranks the most powerful leaders in the residential real estate brokerage industry as of December 31, 2018, with adjustments made only for the major leadership announcements made after that date and before this release on January 15, 2019. 

How Much S.F. Real Estate Do Wealthy Foreign Buyers Own?
SF Weekly
The old stereotype that San Francisco secretly harbors tons of empty apartments owned by wealthy out-of-towners hasn’t gotten a proper analysis in a few years.

Legendary Fashion Designer Halston’s House Finally Sells
New York Post
Halston House, the iconic Upper East Side midcentury carriage house that embodied the essence of 1970s designer disco decadence, has been sold at a massive price discount, sources say. But the final price is not yet known.

Home of the Week: Ski-in Luxury on the Slopes of Whistler
The Globe and Mail
Graham Stanley began hitting the slopes of Whistler, B.C. after a few years spent playing hockey in Ontario and teaching skiing in the Austrian resort town of Kitzbuhel.


What You Should Know About the Next Generation of Wealth
HENRY — an acronym that stands for “high earners not rich yet” — describes a niche subset of the population that represents the next generation of wealth. 

All but Two Canadian Real Estate Markets Have Fallen From Peak Prices
Better Dwelling
Canadian real estate prices are starting to take a breather, after an epic run. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show prices across the country were down a few points in December.


House Hunting in … Colombia
The New York Times
This three-story, circular house is built into the hills outside La Calera, a small town in the eastern ranges of the Andes Mountains overlooking Bogotá, Colombia.

Luxury Living

A Design Lover's Guide to Kyoto
Architectural Digest
If Tokyo is all about looking up—taking in flashing billboards, buzzing pachinko halls, and rowdy second-floor cocktail bars—Kyoto is all about looking in.

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