The Engel & Völkers News Brief: May 22, 2020

May 22, 2020

E&V News

Collingwood realtor sees spike in people looking for rural properties and ‘space’
Collingwood Today
Realtor busier than ever during the pandemic with an uptick in city dwellers with plans to move to rural communities.

Some people in Montreal’s downtown condo towers having a tough time in confinement
The Chronicle Herald
Confinement has been tough for everyone, but it’s particularly trying if you happen to live in a small condo in one of the big towers downtown.

Engel & Völkers Florida Reports Successful First Quarter
Market Insider
Engel & Völkers Florida, Master License Partner of the global luxury real estate brand, today announced its first quarter of 2020 report.


Zillow predicts a ‘suburban boom’ in the US real estate market as remote work becomes more common
Seattle Pi
With large tech companies like Amazon and Microsoft extending their work-from-home policies until the fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic, economists are predicting that real estate trends might shift and cause a “suburban boom” in the housing market.


Juwai IQI launches, Asia’s cross-border real estate online marketplace
The Edge Markets
Real estate group Juwai IQI has launched, the first global portal for Asian consumers outside of China who want to purchase real estate almost anywhere in the world.

Luxury Living

Can Amazon Save Luxury Fashion?
The Cut
For retail in America, the current prospect is dim. 

Paris reopens, reshapes real-life luxury shopping
Vogue Business
Sanitized clothing, social distancing, and an emphasis on digital capabilities mark the post-pandemic experience.

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