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Back then estate agents in Mayfair and St James’s would often sell homes for more than £50m.
Throw-ins can help lubricate a deal when buyer and seller get stuck on price, real-estate agents say—or provoke an acrimonious tug of war.
Investor Richard Kayne and his wife, real-estate agent Suzanne Kayne, each gave about $100,000 to the fund in July, according to FEC records.
Levin got the idea for OBJECTified after a Hollywood real-estate agent called to talk about director Steven Spielberg, who was selling his Malibu house stuffed with the objects from 40 years of his life and career.
Maryann Johnson, a real-estate agent in Manhattan, starts her days with a motivational Instagram post.
Knight Frank, an upmarket estate agent, says that rentals are outperforming sales in prime London properties.
John Minnis, the estate agent selling the property, has confirmed to CNN Sport that the McIlroys are not the current vendors.
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