REAL ESTATE


Japan to Lift Entry Ban for All Countries Starting in Oct, But Tourists Excluded
Japan to Lift Entry Ban for All Countries Starting in Oct, But Tourists Excluded
The Asahi newspaper reports that the government plans to lift the entry ban for foreigners newly entering Japan from all countries starting as early as the first part of October, except for tourists. The easing of restrictions will not only apply to business people, but also to those with newly issued mid- to longer-term residency visas (of longer than three months).
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Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.
New York Times
New York Times
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NBA’s Dewayne Dedmon buys a brand new farmhouse in Encino
NBA’s Dewayne Dedmon buys a brand new farmhouse in Encino
Lancaster native and former USC standout Dewayne Dedmon recently spent $3.29 million on a 2020 farmhouse in Encino.
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
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Gold Coast Estate for Sale
Gold Coast Estate for Sale
A 108-acre property on Long Island’s North Shore that has been a popular film setting goes on the market for $29.9 million.
New York Times
New York Times
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Long Island Mansion Goes on the Market
Long Island Mansion Goes on the Market
The 103-acre property in Old Westbury was built in 1932 for Robert Winthrop, an investment banker and former president and benefactor of Winthrop University Hospital (now N.Y.U. Winthrop Hospital).
New York Times
New York Times
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A Canadian Dream House That Took Three Architects to Build
A Canadian Dream House That Took Three Architects to Build
Cascading down a rocky slope in West Vancouver, the home was a creative effort that required patience and a tolerance for loss.
New York Times
New York Times
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The Site Was Rocky, and So Was the Project
The Site Was Rocky, and So Was the Project
Cascading down a craggy slope in British Columbia, Canada, the home was a creative effort that required patience and a tolerance for loss.
New York Times
New York Times
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Arizona RV park sold for record-breaking $88M
Arizona RV park sold for record-breaking $88M
Paperwork tied to the record-breaking transaction traces the buyer back to one of the country's biggest private equity firms.
The Business Journals
The Business Journals

London luxury real estate firm Quintessentially Estates expands to Hawaii
London luxury real estate firm Quintessentially Estates expands to Hawaii
Mark Waite, the principal broker and owner of the Quintessentially Estates Hawaii office with his wife, Katie, told Pacific Business News that while the firm is starting with Wailea, he has the exclusive license for the state of Hawaii.
The Business Journals
The Business Journals

Site sold for Broadway project, with changes
Site sold for Broadway project, with changes
One of the most obvious development sites on Broadway in Sacramento has sold, though the plans for it have changed slightly.
The Business Journals
The Business Journals

Report: Pittsburgh's real estate market outpacing last year's figures
Report: Pittsburgh's real estate market outpacing last year's figures
In the report, Re/Max said there were 3,096 home sales in Pittsburgh in August, a small decrease of 9.6% from 3,423 sold in July, but an increase of 13.2% from the 2,735 homes that were sold in August 2019.
The Business Journals
The Business Journals

Canadian homebuilder Alair Homes expands presence in Houston with second local office
Canadian homebuilder Alair Homes expands presence in Houston with second local office
British Columbia, Canada-based custom homebuilder and renovator Alair Homes has opened its second Houston franchise office.
The Business Journals
The Business Journals