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The World’s Largest Public Real Estate Companies 2021
By: Date: October 7, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,No Paywall,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , , ,
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Thirty-one real estate companies made The Global 2000 list this year. Getty Global real estate firms rebounded this year, as the panic of the pandemic’s early days appears to have cooled. Of the 31 real estate firms on The Global 2000, Forbes’ annual ranking of the world’s largest and most impactful public companies, more than…

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Low Prices, Record High Demand: New York City’s Rental Boom Continues
By: Date: October 6, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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Lease signings continue to surge across New York City. Getty Last month, the median rental price in Manhattan by 4% compared to March, the first dip in five months, according to new data from Douglas Elliman Real Estate and Miller Samuel. Those deals, as well the city’s continued reopening, helped push the number of new…

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Another Eight-Figure Pocket Deal: Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Snags $43 Million Hamptons Mansion
By: Date: September 18, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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Robert Kraft is the reported buyer of a $43 million mansion in the Hamptons. Google Maps New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is reportedly the buyer of a $43 million mansion in Southampton, New York, closing on what appears to be his most expensive home through a private, off-market transaction.  Such closely held deals, called…

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Why The Rock Paid $28 Million For A Home Through A ‘Pocket Listing’—And Many Others Are Too
By: Date: September 5, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson closed on a $27.8 million off-market home in April. RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images On Manhattan’s Billionaires’ Row, just off Central Park, a luxury four-bedroom residence is up for sale. Featuring ten-foot ceilings, four-and-a-half bathrooms and an eat-in kitchen, the unit also includes 24-hour concierge service. The catch? Good luck finding it on the…

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Stephen Schwarzman Got $5 Billion Richer In 7 Weeks Amid Dealmaking Blitz
By: Date: August 26, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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Stephen Schwarzman speaks during a television interview in 2019. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images The fortune of Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman reached a record high of $26.8 billion this week, as the soaring share price of the private equity firm he cofounded has added $11 billion to his net worth in the past year. Schwarzman was listed…

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Seven Weeks, $5 Billion: Stephen Schwarzman Cashes In On Blackstone’s Dealmaking Blitz
By: Date: August 26, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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Stephen Schwarzman speaks during a television interview in 2019. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images The fortune of Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman reached a record high of $26.8 billion this week, as the soaring share price of the private equity firm he cofounded has added $11 billion to his net worth in the past year. Schwarzman was listed…

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A Hot Housing Market. A Failed NFT Auction. One California Home’s Crash From Cutting Edge To Conventional
By: Date: August 25, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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The Thousand Oaks home and its accompanying NFT. Shane Dulgeroff Shane Dulgeroff had big plans for his four-bedroom, two-bathroom house just outside of Los Angeles. Seeking to cash in on latest crypto craze—NFTs, an acronym for nonfungible tokens—he listed the home for auction earlier this month by attaching it to a piece of Kii Arens’…

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A Hot Housing Market. A Failed NFT Auction. One California Home’s Crash From Cutting Edge To Conventional.
By: Date: August 24, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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The Thousands Oaks home and its accompanying NFT. Shane Dulgeroff Shane Dulgeroff had big plans for his four-bedroom, two-bathroom house just outside of Los Angeles. Seeking to cash in on latest crypto craze—NFTs, an acronym for nonfungible tokens—he listed the home for auction earlier month by attaching it to a piece of Kii Arens digital…

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Guggenheim CIO Pays $12.5 Million For Two Miami Penthouses, Forming City’s Largest Condo
By: Date: July 18, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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A view inside one of Scott Minerd’s two new penthouses. Bill Hernandez of Douglas Elliman In yet another sign of the white-hot residential market in Florida, Guggenheim Partners chief investment officer Scott Minerd bought a pair of penthouses in Miami for $12.5 million, sources familiar with the transaction tell Forbes. The purchases comprise an entire…

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SoftBank-Backed Better.Com Places Top Executive On Leave After Bullying Complaints
By: Date: July 15, 2021 Categories: Business,Editors' Pick,Media,Real Estate,Uncategorized Tags: , , ,
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Better.com chief product officer Elana Knoller. Patrick McMullan via Getty Images There’s more executive turmoil swirling at Better.com, one of the mortgage industry’s hottest new startups, and it’s hitting just days after reports that SoftBank is investing $500 million of new funding that values the business at $6 billion. Elana Knoller, Better’s chief product officer,…

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