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Как Инвестировать в Нью-Йорк*

Published on December 27, 2013 by in Uncategorized

Read the Full Article in Forbes, Казахстан 

Forbes, Казахстан

Декабрь, 2013

Журналист: Рашид Дюсембаев

“Нью-Йорк остается самым крупным рынком по объему сделок в сфере недвижимости в мире, отмечается в недавно опубликованном докладе Cushman & Wakefield. Исследование проводилось среди топ-25 глобальных городов мира. В Большом Яблоке объем рынка недвижимости достиг $649 млрд – на 16,7% выше, чем в прошлом году. Аналитики отмечают, что цены на недвижимость в США в целом и в их финансовой столице в частности растут, делая этот инвестиционный инструмент привлекательным для инвесторов со всего мира.

«Несмотря на то что цены на недвижимость в США начали оживать – рост в среднем составил в 2012 году 7–12%, – стоимость среднестатистического дома пока не достигла докризисного уровня», – в то же время замечает Геннадий Перепада, основатель One and Only Realty.com, риелторского агентства из Нью-Йорка…”

*English version is available in the “Media” section of the website.

 
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Giving Foreign Clients a Piece of New York’s Luxury

Published on November 19, 2013 by in Uncategorized

Read the Full Article in New York Times

By  / Published: November 11, 201

“It takes a certain kind of person to regard luxury real estate in New York as cheap, maybe even embarrassingly cheap when compared with other global capitals. If such people hail from the former Soviet Union, and want to add a Manhattan address to a portfolio, they might seek out a real estate agent who appreciates their unusual perspective. They might seek out Gennady Perepada…”

 

 
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New York Can Be Yours

Published on November 4, 2013 by in Uncategorized

“For Billionaires Hunting Apartments, the Bargains are in Manhattan”

By New York Times | 4 Nov, 2013, 12.24PM IST
“Even as the prices of some of the city’s newest and hottest buildings like One57 stretch into the stratosphere, luxury apartments in Manhattan remain relatively cheap compared to other cosmopolitan cities around the world. That fact is attracting more global buyers to New York.Last year, an apartment in Monaco’s curvaceous Tour Odeon sold for $8,850 a square foot. A well-off buyer paid slightly less, $8,779 a square foot, for an apartment in the sleek Frank Gehry-designed Opus Hong Kong.And in West London, the average price for the 86 apartments in One Hyde Park has been more than $9,500 a square foot.”
 
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New York – Capital of the World

Published on October 31, 2013 by in Uncategorized

“NYC crowned world’s business capital”

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New York City was first among 120 global cities ranked by their ability to attract capital, businesses, talent and visitors, according to an analysis released Tuesday. London came in second, followed by Singapore and Hong Kong. 

New York City is sitting pretty: It is the world’s most competitive city and will remain at the top of a global list of cities at least through 2025, according to a new analysis.

In a study released Tuesday by The Economist Intelligence Unit, Gotham was first among 120 global cities ranked by their ability to attract capital, businesses, talent and visitors.


 

 

 

 
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Luxury Lifestyle

Published on October 31, 2013 by in Uncategorized

“5 Luxurious Places To Live in New York City”

By , Published October 2, 2013

“In a city of abundance, bordering on extravagance, there are still buildings that tower above the rest, literally and figuratively.

Here is some new construction in New York City fit for a king…or Russian oil baron, a Brazilian captain of industry, or just your garden-variety American tycoon.”

 
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Trophy Apartments

Published on October 31, 2013 by in Uncategorized

“High-End Housing Flippers”

By Prashant Gopal

Oct 17, 2013 8:33 AM ET

“Home flipping, in which a buyer quickly resells a property for a profit, is becoming more popular for high-end houses in the U.S. as deals for cheaper residences slow.

There were 968 single-family houses priced at $750,000 or more that were sold by flippers in the third quarter, according to RealtyTrac, which defines the transactions as those that occur within six months of the previous purchase. The figure was up 34 percent from a year earlier, while rapid trades within the broader market fell 13 percent, the Irvine, California-based foreclosure-data firm said in a report today.

Investors who buy homes and sell them within months are finding they can make more money with houses in higher price ranges from New York to California.”
 
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Gorgeous Hamptons Residences

Published on October 31, 2013 by in Uncategorized
by Joe Anuta

“Hamptons home prices ticked up in the third quarter over last year, according to two reports released Thursday, paced by a robust rise in the price of luxury homes. However, the median sale price in the luxury market—defined in the Hamptons as anything above $2.8 million—hit $4.45 million this quarter, a 14% jump from a median of $3.9 million a year earlier.”

 
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New York Luxury Real Estate

Published on October 31, 2013 by in Uncategorized

“New York luxury home listings go through the roof”

Posted: 4:23 pm Fri, October 25, 2013

By Bloomberg News

“A penthouse atop the Ritz-Carlton in lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City is listed for sale at $56.5 million, the highest-ever asking price for a downtown home.

The 7,500-square-foot duplex condominium at 10 West St. includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two outdoor roof decks, one with a view of the Statue of Liberty, according to the listing by Julie Kang, Matthew Gros-Werter and Steven Forkosh, brokers at Platinum Realty Group.

If sold at the asking price, the deal would be a Manhattan record for a property below 34th Street, according to Jonathan Miller, president of New York-based appraisal firm Miller Samuel Inc. The current downtown high was set in August, with the $42 million purchase of a penthouse at Zeckendorf Development Co.’s 18 Gramercy Park.”

 

 
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