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No auctions and private inspections only: Successful real estate sale methods around the world

Remember when a Saturday or Sunday morning sleep-in, followed by a takeaway coffee and gathering on the street for a stickybeak at a local auction, was de rigueur for the weekend?
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WSJ House of the Year 2018: A Windswept Ranch

After a year of political drama and weather disasters, a secluded mountain retreat seemed just the answer for House of the Year voters. In the contest, readers pick their favorite homes from among the winners of the year’s previous House of the Week polls, which typically feature three homes for sale each week. In total, 121,544 votes were cast.
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Park Slope duplex designed by Enrique Norten asks $1.65M

A Park Slope duplex that was designed by renowned architect Enrique Norten—the man behind buildings like 300 Ashland Place in the Brooklyn Cultural District and Mercedes House in Hell’s Kitchen—has hit the market for $1.65 million. It’s not every day that an apartment with such architectural clout becomes available in Brooklyn, so despite its seven-figure asking price, it’s definitely worth a closer look.
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BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HOMESERVICES – Quest Magazine

“BUYERS ARE JUMPING off the fence and getting back into the mar – ket,” explains Dominic Longcroft, a top licensed associate real estate broker of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New York Properties.
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BIG TICKET A Duplex on the Upper East Side for $18.5 Million

A sprawling duplex apartment on the Upper East Side in a sought-after prewar condominium conversion, with an open layout and north and west Central Park views, sold for $18,500,000 and was the most expensive closed sale of the week, according to city records.
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House of the Year: A Windswept Ranch

In the contest, readers pick their favorite homes from among the winners of the year’s previous House of the Week polls, which typically feature three homes for sale each week. In total, 121,544 votes were cast.
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An Adirondacks Getaway Nestled in Nature

The centerpiece of this three-story house in Lake Placid, N.Y., is a glass elevator that overlooks the water—Emily Nonko [READ MORE]

Park Slope duplex designed by Enrique Norten asks $1.65M
The private garden is bigger than some New York City studios

“A Park Slope duplex that was designed by renowned architect Enrique Norten—the man behind buildings like 300 Ashland Place in the Brooklyn Cultural District and Mercedes House in Hell’s Kitchen—is has hit the market for $1.65 million. It’s not every day that an apartment with such architectural clout becomes available in Brooklyn, so despite its seven-figure asking price, it’s definitely worth a closer look.” [READ MORE]


An article that is coming out in the April edition of https://www.questmag.com

“BUYERS ARE JUMPING off the fence and getting back into the market,” explains Dominic Longcroft, a top licensed associate real estate broker of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New York Properties. “Last year was an uncertain year for investor buyers, however, with the new administration’s more pro-business stance, buyers are feeling more confident to enter back into the Manhattan market.” [READ MORE]

Significant Sales Volume 4 2015, July 2015

The latest issue of Significant Sales features top sales from around the world beginning with soaring Central Park views in New York. Also featured is a gated enclave in Colorado, an award-winning home in Connecticut and more than twenty other properties from around the globe. [READ MORE]

A Duplex on the Upper East Side for $18.5 Million, April 24, 2015

A sprawling duplex apartment on the Upper East Side in a sought-after prewar condominium conversion, with an open layout and north and west Central Park views, sold for $18,500,000 and was the most expensive closed sale of the week, according to city records. [READ MORE]

Swiss News October 2010

The changing face of…Behind the iconic scenery of French-speaking Switzerland’s biggest city, things are changing: not least  thanks to the influx of Anglophone residents. In some Geneva neighbourhoods, English is spoken as widely as French. Increasingly the local public and private sectors
communicate in both languages, with products and services aimed at the expatriate market booming.
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The Sunday Times UK May 2009

Geneva, here we come….The Swiss city is bursting at the seams, but it will make room for tax exile Britons. [READ MORE]

The Real Deal, “Steepest Listings to Hit Manhattan this Week July 2014″

Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week…The Corcoran Group’s Wendy Sarasohn and Jamie Joseph had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $32.45 million condominium at 151 East 58th Street in Midtown East. [READ MORE]

BFA NY December 2013

Dominic Longcroft, Lucinda Longcroft at SANT AMBROEUS Celebrates Milestone Anniversary [READ MORE]