The Engel & Völkers News Brief: January 8, 2021

January 8, 2021

E&V News

Jeremy Spilkin and Louis-Philippe Pidgeon open Engel & Völkers shop in Chelsea
Real Estate Magazine
Engel & Völkers has announced its newest shop opening with Engel & Völkers Outaouais. Members of the Engel & Völkers network since 2017, Jeremy Spilkin and Louis-Philippe Pidgeon will lead the new Engel & Völkers shop in Chelsea, Quebec and serve buyers in the Outaouais region.

New Engel & Völkers platform develops custom marketing strategies for agents
Real Estate Magazine
Engel & Völkers recently launched MaX, a platform the company says acts as a personal marketing strategist for each salesperson in the brand’s Americas network.

Real estate tech: EasyKnock, Realogy and Engel & Völkers
Housing Wire
In this real estate technology round up, Housing Wire highlights MaX, the Engel & Völkers’ proprietary business intelligence platform that acts as a personal marketing strategist for each real estate advisor in the brand’s Americas network.


Home prices are rising faster in the middle of the U.S. as Covid drives people away from coasts
Home prices are rising across the nation, but the Covid pandemic is turning the usual geographical trends on their heads as smaller metropolitan markets like Indianapolis and Kansas City are seeing some of the strongest price gains in the nation, with some at least 10% higher compared to a year ago.

Buying or selling – key projections for Canadian real estate in 2021
Mortgage Broker News
In this article, Mortgage Broker News highlights a variety of projections for the Canadian housing market by notable experts and dicusses their validity.


House prices in Portugal up 5.9% during the pandemic
Portugal News
Any expected fall in the Portuguese real estate market has not yet occurred, with prices in Portugal instead rising 5.9 percent in 2020.

Luxury Living

These Paint Colors Will Be Everywhere in 2021
Elle Decor
Designers and color experts forecast the top paint colors moving forward into 2021, including a return to warm, neutral palettes, embracing gray and beige as well as pale and subtle off-white hues.

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