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  • "The St. Elizabeth Condominiums’ chapel unit is on the market for a cool $1.75M" - Nola.Curbed.com"Despite its beauty, this chapel condo pops in and out of the local real estate market like a tourist on a Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour. Is the property haunted? Well, it’s a former orphanage that was later owned by spooky scribe Anne Rice, so that’s a distinct possibility. Hauntings aside, we’re not sure why St. Elizabeth condo #16 has trouble retaining an owner. It’s the crown jewel of one of New Orleans’ most architecturally and historically significant buildings..."
  • "Las Vegas Housing Prices Reached the Highest Level in the Last 11 Years" - DigitalJournel.com"Real estate experts have marked a significant change in the economy and housing prices in Las Vegas during the last couple of months. 2018 has brought many changes to the Las Vegas real estate market, with prices rising rapidly and the number of available properties dropping just as quickly. However, it is certain that the city of Las Vegas is booming once again after the massive market crash in 2008. According to Nevada Current and the statistics from August 2018, the average price of a single-family home in the area of Southern Nevada equaled to $295,000. This shows how the prices have increased significantly since 2012 when the same properties were available for $118,000. However, even today’s average is still below the all-time high, which was $315,000, back in June 2006."
  • "Home of the Week: Sneak peek of Montford Holiday Tour of Homes" - Citizen-Times.com"When Chicago weather became too much for Pat and Ron Hart, they began a down South search that landed them in Asheville. A retired registered nurse, Pat moved to the area three years ago while Ron, a real estate agent, followed her six months later after retiring and selling their home in Illinois. 'We decided to move south due to a combination of Southern climate, the mountains, the four seasons and because we would be off the hurricane beaten path,” Ron said. “We just felt the dual wrath of hurricanes Michael and Florence.' Instead of purchasing a home right away, the couple took the safe route and rented until they gained their bearings..."
  • "NYC Real Estate Brokers & Landlords Are Salivating Over Amazon Invasion" - Gothamist.com"With New York City still deep in the midst of an affordability crisis—a Furman Center report released earlier this year showed that the city's population continues to outpace housing supply, and median rents have increased by around $300/month since 2000, while renters' salaries have only increased by $145—Amazon is promising to bring 25,000 to 40,000 jobs to Queens with an average salary of $150,000..."

"Local Realtors Association Announces Slate of Events for September, October" - PasadenaNow.com

"Real estate professionals in the Pasadena area can learn a lot about crime prevention and keeping yourself and your clients safe, from two upcoming events that the Pasadena Foothills Association of Realtors, known locally as PFAR, is sponsoring this month. Next week, on Friday, September 14, the PFAR is hosting a Crime Prevention and Cybersecurity Livestream Event featuring crisis control expert Jeff Liberman and FBI Special Agent and cybersecurity expert Ron Manuel. They will talk about the threats that many real estate professionals face, and proven strategies to keep you and your colleagues safe in a high-risk profession..."

 

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"The St. Elizabeth Condominiums’ chapel unit is on the market for a cool $1.75M" - Nola.Curbed.com

"Despite its beauty, this chapel condo pops in and out of the local real estate market like a tourist on a Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour. Is the property haunted? Well, it’s a former orphanage that was later owned by spooky scribe Anne Rice, so that’s a distinct possibility. Hauntings aside, we’re not sure why St. Elizabeth condo #16 has trouble retaining an owner. It’s the crown jewel of one of New Orleans’ most architecturally and historically significant buildings..."

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