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The Engel & Völkers News Brief | April 20, 2018

Friday, April 20th, 2018 at 12:00pm Engel Völkers

E&V News 

10 Most Affordable Cities for the Fastest-Growing Careers: Is Your Job on This Lucky List?
Homeownership is one of the reasons we shell out thousands for a good education, spend endless hours studying for certification tests, and smile through excruciating networking events.

$2.7 Million Homes in Massachusetts, Idaho and New Mexico
The New York Times
This 1860 home, a former setting of a school for young children, is on the edge of Concord’s historic district, a 10-minute walk from the center of town and less than an hour northwest of Boston.

Engel & Völkers Recognizes 2017 Top Award Winners in Americas
REP Magazine
“Engel & Völkers continues to attract dynamic real estate professionals with a true passion for what we do every day,” said Anthony Hitt, president & CEO of Engel & Völkers Americas.

‘This Is Us’: Engel & Völkers Exchange 2018
This year alone the industry has seen brands ultimately change who and what they are at the core—but Engel & Völkers declared it will not waver. It is, and will forever be, a real estate company.

Former Port Blakely CEO Jim Warjone Continues to Tinker With Everything From Zoning Codes to Cars
Puget Sound Business Journal
The man who led the development of the massive Issaquah Highlands project is pursuing a much smaller workforce housing project in Idaho's Wood River Valley.


NAR,® Report Housing Supply and Affordability Are at Odds in Markets Across U.S.
National Association of REALTORS®
At the national level, housing affordability is down from a year ago and fewer households can afford the active inventory of homes currently for sale on the market based on their income. 

Montreal’s Golden Square Mile Witnessing a Boom in Luxury Properties
The Globe and Mail
Montreal’s iconic Golden Square Mile is at the heart of a gold rush of residential and hotel real estate investment that is helping burnish the city’s status as a luxe international destination.


Lisbon’s Real Estate Market Hasn’t Peaked Yet, Investor Says
Paula Amorim, the Portuguese investor who’s chairman of oil producer Galp Energia SGPS SA, doesn’t think Lisbon’s booming real estate market has peaked yet as she plans to invest in offering new luxury services.

Luxury Living

Israel Is the World’s New Dining Hotspot
Bloomberg Pursuits
Tourism surged to a record last year and is rising even faster in 2018, the nation’s 70th anniversary. Here's what to eat.

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