The Engel & Völkers News Brief: January 15, 2021

January 15, 2021

E&V News

Engel & Völkers expands into Pennsylvania
Engel & Völkers further cements its presence in the Northeast with its newest shop servicing Philadelphia’s affluent Main Line. Engel & Völkers Malvern is led by license partner and managing broker, Jim Becker, an award-winning real estate professional.

Tim Tebow passes Jacksonville home for $1.4 million
Los Angeles Times
Debbie Tufts of Engel & Völkers Jacksonville represented the buyer of Tim Tebow’s Jacksonville home. Robin Eletto, an executive at the sports retail company Fanatics, purchased the home for 1.4 million on Thursday.

A Turnkey Utah Compound With Ski-in/Ski-out Access
Mansion Global
Heike Tanbay, managing director of Engel & Völkers Bodrum is the listing advisor on a  luxury listing designed by celebrated architect Richard Meier. This 5,700-square-foot home overlooks Bodrum’s Yalikavak village and the Aegean sea beyond.


What bonds are telling us about the housing market
Housing Wire
In this article, Housing Wire uses bond market trends to highlight a variety of projections about the American housing market. The 10-year not only broke over 1% for the first time since the beginning of COVID but also ended the week with much higher yields.

2021 will remain a seller’s market: experts forecast
Toronto Sun
Experts forecast seven trends that could impact the Canadian real estate market in 2021. Some emerging trends include a demand for luxury homes, co-living, and more first-time buyers.


Bolstered by Tech Jobs, Berlin’s Burgeoning Luxury Market Is Poised for Steady Growth
Mansion Global
Well-paid tech employees have kept demand strong in Berlin throughout the pandemic, as a market known for rentals shifts toward sales—and high-end amenities. Berlin’s market is seeing continued price growth and brisk activity from residents who instead of leaving the city made moves to stay and upsize.

Luxury Living

2021 Bedroom Design Trends
Elle Decor
A calming bedroom is more important than ever. Designers tell us what else to expect after a year spent at home.

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