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August 12, 2022

From The Simpsons writer’s home in Los Angeles to a chic chalet in the heart of Aspen, Colorado, Engel & Völkers’ listings continue to make headlines as some of the most distinctive in the industry.

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‘The Simpsons’ Writer Lists Angular Los Angeles Home for $5.8 Million

An eye-catching Los Angeles house owned by a writer for The Simpsons is listing for $5.8 million. The four-bedroom, roughly 2,500-square-foot home in Venice was designed by the Viennese firm Coop Himmelb(l)au in 2001, said owner J. Stewart Burns. Mr. Burns (no relation to the Mr. Burns character on The Simpsons) has written over 20 episodes of “The Simpsons” and produced hundreds more since the early 2000s.

Listed by Sandra Miller of Engel & Völkers Santa Monica.

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We’re in a Market of Opportunity | Luxury Executives Share Ways to Thrive

After a record-breaking two years, the real estate market has begun to shift as the pandemic, inflation, rising mortgage rates, and other worrying economic trends tempt consumers to sit on the sidelines. At Luxury Connect, Engel & Volkers Americas President and CEO Anthony Hitt and other luxury executives shared their advice on wielding a market shift to your advantage.

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In Québec, Canada, This 358-Acre Country Estate Offers a Champagne Barn and Driving Range

Spread across 358 acres in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains region, this country estate is 6.5 miles southwest of Mont Tremblant, the high-end ski resort that has become one of Canada’s most sought-after property markets. The property includes a working farm and horse-breeding operation, along with chicken coops and facilities for cattle. As the property is entirely autonomous, future residents have the option to live off the land.

Listed by Steven Lafave of Engel & Volkers Tremblant.

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These Three New Ski Chalets Will Let You in on the Hot Aspen Market for a Cool $25 Million

For hungry buyers with cash-lined pockets, there are three rare opportunities to own a chic chalet in the heart of the resort town, Aspen. White Elephant Resorts, which operates luxury hotels in Nantucket and Palm Beach, is moving west. The hospitality group purchased the former Hotel Aspen, along with with the entitlements to three 5,000-square-foot residences that are listed pre-construction at $25 million each. 

Listed by Jordan Nemirow of Engel & Völkers Aspen.

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A Peek Inside Canada’s Most Expensive Home and the People Most Likely to Buy It

The Bohlin Cywinski Jackson-designed house in British Columbia has garnered much attention for being not only the highest-priced house listed for sale in Whistler but in all of Canada, according to Point2Homes. Priced at $39 million, the 8,700-square-foot modern house overlooking Whistler and Blackcomb mountains has piqued the interest of wealthy buyers.

Listed by Maggi and Max Thornhill of Engel & Völkers Whistler.

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These Are the Top Luxury Real Estate Agents by Sales Volume in Every State

Inman scoured the latest RealTrends + Tom Ferry The Thousand rankings and identified the top-earning luxury real estate agents in each state by sales volume. Among top earners are Shirley Gary of Engel & Völkers Buckhead Atlanta, Dawn Maddux of Engel & Völkers Missoula, Jean Merkelbach of Engel & Völkers Lake Tahoe, and Paul Benson of Engel & Völkers Park City.

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In Idaho, This Mountain Retreat Offers Beaches and Private Frontage on a Pristine Lake

This cozy, mountain-style home offers two beaches and 213 feet of private shoreline on the eastern arm of Payette Lake, a large body of water known for its excellent boating as well as its unspoiled beauty and surrounding campsites and hiking trails.

Listed by Cheri Reeves of Engel & Völkers McCall.

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