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The Engel & Völkers News Brief | March 2, 2018

Friday, March 2nd, 2018 at 12:00pm Engel & Völkers

E&V News 

15 Common Real Estate Misconceptions and What Newcomers Need to Know
Successful executives in the real estate industry from Forbes Real Estate Council share firsthand tips & insights.

How Are Fintech and Proptech Changing the Real Estate Industry in 2018?
To see how these technologies will weave their way into the real estate market, 10 members of Forbes Real Estate Council share their own views on how fintech and proptech developments are altering the way you do business this year.

A Belgian Castle Famously Painted by Peter Paul Rubens Is for Sale
Bloomberg Pursuits
Who else can say a picture of their house is hanging in London’s National Gallery?

West Lake Hills, Texas, Has a Small-Town Feel With Easy Access to Downtown Austin
Mansion Global
Luxurious homes, rolling hills and exceptional schools make this one of the Texas capital’s most desirable neighborhoods.

Where Buckhead Meets Midtown, Plans Unveiled for Modernistic Pocket of Housing
Tucked off Peachtree Road in Brookwood, 23 offerings will start in mid-$700,000s. 

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies: One Broker's Experience
REAL Trends
Real estate professionals in several resort locations have already closed transactions with buyers using bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. Here’s what you need to know.  

Rome’s Desirable Suburbs Prepare for Foreign Influx After Poll
Financial Times
The appeal of areas like Parioli will heighten if parties promising tax changes win.


Foreign Buyers Increasingly Interested in U.S.-Based Real Estate
Mansion Global
As Chinese spending has decreased, buyers from other countries have come in to fill that gap. 

Cibc’s New Rules for Foreign Clients Could Squeeze Vancouver Market
The Globe and Mail
A clampdown on lending rules for foreign buyers could prove to be a major game changer for Vancouver's housing industry.


Scandinavians Flock to Spanish Real Estate
Mansion Global
Swedes are now the fifth biggest foreign buyers in the country. 

Luxury Living 

Shopping With a Side of Flowers: From New York to L.A., Flower Shops Are Popping up in Chic Boutiques
The next time you go shopping for a handbag (or a sofa), there’s a chance that you might come home with a flower arrangement as well.


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