Real Estate News Roundup: July 9th Edition

This week’s round up brings us brings us the story of a 2 Nuns vs Katy Perry, How Tech is affecting (and disrupting?) the real estate business, a little about generational melting pots and more! This week’s news comes from New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Forbes, Huffington Post and Inman News!

There’s something for everyone to read, so make sure and share what articles resonated the most with you over at the Champions School of Real Estate facebook and twitter pages! Enjoy your morning read – see you next week!


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In Brief…

>> 2 Nuns, a Developer and Katy Perry Walk Into a Real Estate Deal – By Michael Cieply, New York Times

God moves in mysterious ways — particularly when it comes to Los Angeles real estate. And few transactions have proved more mystifying of late than conflicting attempts by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles and a group of nuns under its supervision to sell an eight-acre hillside estate here…

>> Sony, Yahoo Japan Look To Shake Up Real Estate Business  – By Takashi Mochizuki, Wall Street Journal

Last year, a Sony Corp. corporate planner named Kazuo Nishiyama saw an opportunity in the real-estate business. He observed that in Japan, agents often serve both buyers and sellers while disclosing limited market information, and he thought Sony could do it better…

>> How Tech Is Disrupting Real Estate – Source: Bloomberg News

Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson reports on the impact tech is having on the price of real estate. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets…”

>> How An Online Property Site Is Disrupting The Real Estate Industry – By Amy Guttman, Forbes Contributor

An online property site is disrupting the real estate industry by slashing fees, and empowering owners. Think of (Your Online Property Agent) as the Air BnB for the property market…

>> Real Estate Generational Melting Pots – By Ryan Poelman, Huffington Post

We also have a growing group of younger generation citizens who are in the workforce and in need of housing for their families…

>> Is your real estate career giving you financial freedom? – By James Hussaini, Inman News

The first few years after receiving a real estate license are tough. If you’re successful enough to build your listings and close some deals, you see your self-employed income attacked from all sides with marketing expenses, brokerage fees, income taxes and more…







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