The Engel & Völkers News Brief: June 19, 2020

June 19, 2020

E&V News

$3.2 Million Homes in California
The New York Times
A collection of California homes listed at $3.2 Million, including a stunning 5 bedroom Carpenter Gothic listed by advisor Agi Smith of Engel & Völkers Napa.

A Modern Mountain Respite in Utah
The Wall Street Journal
Listed by Andy Levine of Engel & Völkers Park City, explore this 5 bedroom home featuring absolutely amazing views stretching up the Jack Nicklaus golf course as it leads into Deer Valley.

Lesson Learned: Focus on quality over quantity
In this weekly column, Lisa Robinson of Engel & Völkers Atlanta discusses her focus on the quality of her business relationships, rather than playing a numbers game.


Americans are eyeing homes in the suburbs as pent-up demand hits the housing market
Market Watch
A new study from found that Americans are showing a more pronounced interest in suburban and rural areas as the housing market recovers from pandemic-induced shutdowns.

Average house price in May was down from last year, even as sales bounced back from record April low
Canadian home sales bounced back by 57 percent from their worst April in more than 30 years last month, but the average price of a home sold in May still inched lower compared to last year.


Survey Finds Real Estate Experts Confident About Property Market Globally
Mansion Global
Real estate experts across the globe are confident in the residential property market, despite the current challenges it faces as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a recent sentiment survey.

Luxury Living

25 Designer Approved Homes Office Paint Colors
Elle Decor
There are tons of simple things you can do to boost your work productivity, one of which is choosing the right paint color. Here are a few of the best paint shades to help promote a productive space.

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