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Foreign investors invigorate the luxury real estate market

The luxury housing market in some of the largest, most desirable U.S. real estate markets is surging. Prices in these areas are generally exceeding expectations, and while many other aspects of the economy have been uncertain, luxury housing remains steady....
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Wealthy investors think Dubai offers excellent value for their money

According to a new report by Wealth-X and Sotheby’s International Realty, ultra high-net-worth (UHNW) individuals are spending millions of dirhams on Dubai’s luxury properties because it offers excellent value for their money. Dubai has everything an ultra-wealthy investor may desire,...
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America’s Top Power Tables

Today’s power players are increasingly turning to less formal surroundings for their powwows—places where the beef comes in the form of burgers as well as steaks and the culinary trend is farm-to-table. The list was developed by Bloomberg Custom Content...
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Golf puts Swanky Properties within Putting Distance

How about a home in the hills, or by the beach or lake? Sounds ideal, doesn’t it? Not really, if you are a golf enthusiast and want to be just putting distance away from the golfing green. That way, even...
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Top 10 luxury real estate markets around the world

According to the 2015 Prime Global Cities Index, recently released by the London-based real estate consultancy Knight Frank, luxury properties are on average 46 percent more expensive globally than they were back in the second quarter of 2009, when the...
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SBIA Makes the Case for BDC Modernization

The Small Business Investor Alliance (SBIA), the leading association of lower middle market private equity funds and investors, commends the House Financial Services Committee for carving a path forward in an effort to pass major regulatory modernization for the Business...
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The Brooklyn Real Estate Bubble Will Never Pop

    The housing crash of the late 2000s was supposed to have decimated property values across the nation. But in Brooklyn, the housing market barely broke its stride. Supply and demand is supposed to be an immutable truth, yet...
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The $5 billion question: Will WeWork survive the next downturn?

    In November, news broke that the shared-office provider WeWork raised $150 million in February from a number of high-profile investors, including Boston Properties’ Mort Zuckerman. The deal valued WeWork at $1.5 billion and catapulted it into the limelight....
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There’s a cool new thing tech billionaires are spending millions on instead of Ferraris and private islands

    On May 11, an anonymous buyer at Christie’s in New York set a record when they placed a bid for $US179.4 million for “Les femmes d’Alger (Version ‘O’),” a vibrant canvas painted by Pablo Picasso in 1955. It...
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Miami Real Estate Market Continues to Heat Up

    The latest data from the Miami Association of Realtors show that the city continues to be one of the busiest real estate markets in the U.S. According to a report from propertywire.com, the median sales prices for all...
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