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 Sprawling Lake Como mansion used by Churchill goes under the hammer for £17.4million 10 Oct 10:38pm Sprawling Lake Como mansion used by Churchill goes under the hammer for £17.4million
This stunning nine-bedroom house at Lake Como in Italy boasts neighbours such as George Clooney and was once a favourite haunt of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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Brexit uncertainty taking toll on property market, experts say 10 Oct 7:01pm Brexit uncertainty taking toll on property market, experts say
Falling prices, lack of buyers and record times to complete sales revealed by RICS research Brexit uncertainty has crushed confidence in the property market, according to the official surveyors’ body, with buyers evaporating,
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 Sandbanks street becomes world’s most expensive coastal real estate worth £93m 10 Oct 5:22pm Sandbanks street becomes world’s most expensive coastal real estate worth £93m
The narrow plots measuring between 40ft and 60ft wide in millionaires' playground Sandbanks make it the most expensive stretch of coastline in terms of price per square foot.
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SoftBank punt on WeWork office space hub is risky business 10 Oct 2:23pm SoftBank punt on WeWork office space hub is risky business
Workspace company makes substantial losses and providing short-term office space is notoriously cyclical WeWork, according to the founders’ blurb, is “a place you join as an individual, ‘me’, but where you become part of a greater ‘we’. A place where we’re redefining success measured by personal fulfilment, not just the bottom line.” Very uplifting, but you’d probably think twice before investing. Funky murals and cheese-tasting events for tenants are eye-catching but, in the end, WeWork is a provider of office space on short-term leases, which is a notoriously cyclical game. And, despite opening offices in more than 70 cities around the world, WeWork currently makes substantial losses. However, SoftBank of Japan, one of the world’s biggest and most adventurous investors, is keen to throw serious sums at the company. It has already invested $4.4bn and, according to reports, is lining up another $10bn or $20bn. Softbank’s co-traveller is Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund via the duo’s enormous $100bn Vision Fund, which aims to make big bets on businesses of tomorrow.
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New Development in Crown Heights 10 Oct 10:44am New Development in Crown Heights
Several new mid-sized apartment buildings are opening in this Brooklyn neighborhood better known for its many rowhouses.
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International Real Estate: A Ranch House Outside Melbourne 10 Oct 10:20am International Real Estate: A Ranch House Outside Melbourne
A four-bedroom house near Melbourne, Australia, with a heated swimming pool and a tennis court is on the market for about $2 million.
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What You Get for $450,000 10 Oct 10:20am Updated What You Get for $450,000
A 1963 house in Tallahassee, Fla.; an updated Cape Cod-style home in Williamstown, Mass.; and a 1907 house in Sioux Falls, S.D.
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International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Australia 10 Oct 9:31am International Real Estate: House Hunting in … Australia
After years of steady growth, housing prices around Melbourne have flattened out, due in part to tighter restrictions on foreign buyers.
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 How a good front door can wow buyers and help sell your home 10 Oct 9:07am How a good front door can wow buyers and help sell your home
A smart front door can instantly improve the kerb appeal of a property and help to sell it, explains estate agents Yopa.
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What You Get: $450,000 Homes in Florida, Massachusetts and South Dakota 10 Oct 9:04am What You Get: $450,000 Homes in Florida, Massachusetts and South Dakota
A 1963 house in Tallahassee, an updated Cape Cod-style home in Williamstown and a Sioux Falls showplace built for a lumber baron in 1907.
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Shoebox Britain: how shrinking homes are affecting our health and happiness 10 Oct 1:00am Shoebox Britain: how shrinking homes are affecting our health and happiness
The slicing and dicing of housing is redefining the idea of home. Those forced to live in ever smaller spaces describe how this changes their lives
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