The Engel & Völkers News Brief: May 21, 2021

May 21, 2021

E&V News

TechCrunch founder buys Coral Gables mansion for $16M
South Florida Business Journal
Engel & Völkers Delray Beach represented J. Michael Arrington, founder of TechCrunch, in his recent real estate purchase. The $16 Million Dollar home features six bedrooms, a summer kitchen, a wine cellar, and a private dock.

Local Broker Wins North American Service Award
Patch
We are pleased to announce that Shirley Gary, owner, and CEO of Engel & Völkers Atlanta North Fulton and Engel & Völkers Buckhead Atlanta, has been named the winner of The Development Services 2020 Project Award.

A look inside: Gorgeous 27-room $3.5M estate outside of Montreal
Daily Hive
This article features a magnificent listing from Engel & Völkers Montréal South Shore. The sprawling property comes with its own apple orchard and the house is built right into the mountainside.

Americas

These Are America’s Top Ten Hottest Housing Markets Right Now. Should Homeowners Sell High Or Stay Put?
Forbes
Millions of Americans aren’t aware that they may be living in one of the country’s hottest housing markets. This Forbes article highlights recent trends and the top markets in America.

Red-hot and rural: Canadian towns grapple with big-city-like real estate boom
Reuters
There has been a growing demand in small cities and cottage towns across Canada, driving some home prices up 75%. This article analyzes recent trends in the market and predicts what is to come in the future.

Global

Engel & Völkers Mallorca Report 66% Increase in New Client Enquiries in Q1 2021
The Property Reporter
The Mallorca real estate market is at an all-time high in inquiries from prospective buyers. Clients are drawn to the refined living and security the island has to offer.

Luxury Living

Step Inside One Young Family’s Detroit Home—Which Features a Museum-Worthy Collection of Works by Black Artists
Architectural Digest
Step inside daughter of abstract expressionist painter Ed Clark‘s home. This property is located in Detroit’s Indian Village neighborhood and features an impressive collection of art by primarily Black artists.

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