The Engel & Völkers News Brief: June 11, 2021

June 11, 2021

E&V News

Engel & Völkers Nashville partners with Pareto Realty
The Nashville Ledger
Led by Engel & Völkers Nashville license partner Neal Clayton, this announcement adds 18 real estate advisors to the Engel & Völkers Nashville team and expands its real estate service into Williamson County, Tennessee.

Highland Park 5-bedroom home with English conservatory and waterfalls: $1.9M
Chicago Tribune
This five-bedroom home has four full bathrooms, four half-baths, and is situated on 2 lush acres with waterfalls, gardens, a pool, a cabana, and an expansive patio. This home is listed by Engel & Völkers advisor Francie Pinkwater of Engel & Völkers Chicago North Shore.

You can own this entire Ontario resort for just under $4 million
Daily Hive
The 7.33-acre property, sitting on the shore of Georgian Bay, Ontario, hit the market just a few weeks ago with an asking price of $3,998,000. This notable property was listed by Matt Smith of Engel & Völkers Parry Sound.

Hoboken Real Estate Brand Expands To Jersey City
Engel & Völkers is opening a location in Downtown Jersey City, New Jersey. Just a few blocks from the Grove Street PATH station, Engel & Völkers Jersey City will assist area residents in navigating the fast-paced real estate market. 


What’s happening with house price growth in Canada?
Mortgage Broker News
Canadian home prices are likely to grow by an average of 5% in the next half-year. The most significant increase has surprisingly been in Hamilton, followed by Toronto.

Today’s Real Estate Market – Why This Is Not Like 2008 Again
Islander News
The financial crisis that accompanied the current pandemic caused hardship to certain industries and hurt many small businesses. However, the economic toll of the current recession is nowhere near the Great Recession’s scope, and it won’t result in a housing crisis.


No balcony? No problem – Spain’s Basque Country seeks ways to add outdoor space to homes
El País
Homeowners in Spain’s Basque Country who take on a major renovation of their apartment building will be required to add terraces or balconies, providing the structure can support them. Each homeowner will receive a subsidy of up to €5,000 for participating in the initiative.

Luxury Living

Green Lacquer Completely Douses this Über-chic Parisian Loft
Elle Decor
Casiraghi reduced the 1400-square-foot space to rubble, then rebuilt it as a riff on an English gentlemen’s club, but seen through the eyes of the Milanese designer Gabriella Crespi and the Austrian architect and theorist Adolf Loos.

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