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Chinese Property Investors Bet Big Overseas
A growing number of Chinese developers are launching big projects in Western cities, such as the planned $1.63 billion transformation of an abandoned dock in London into a business park.
Are real estate agent teams just a fad or the wave of the future?
Sometimes it seems like everywhere you turn, people are saying agent teams are the business model of the future. But what if they're just a fad? Leigh Brown, broker-owner, Re/Max Executive Realty; Brian Copeland, chief engagement officer, Village Real Estate Services; and Kristan Cole, vice president of mega agent expansion, Keller Williams Realty, debate the pros and cons of this business model.
Builders race to develop sky-high condo buildings
Aiming to grab the attentions of deep-pocketed buyers, builders are developing condo buildings that are taller -- and skinnier -- than ever.
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