South Florida real estate calendar for the week of Sept. 28

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The International Council of Shopping Centers is hosting a virtual conference from Sept. 29 through Sept. 30. Above: Shoppers stroll along the Lincoln Road pedestrian mall in Miami Beach.

For the Miami Herald

Commercial real estate is at the center of many talks for this week.

Sept. 29

The New York City-based International Council of Shopping Centers is hosting the virtual conference “Now & Next: Retail in the age of Covid-19” through Sept. 30 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. The agendas include the talks “The Future of Work,” “How data will reshape retail decision-making,” and “The year ahead for: Restaurants.” Speakers include Walmart International President & CEO Judith McKenna, Ulta Beauty CEO Mary Dillon, WeWork CEO & President Sandeep Mathrani, and Centennial Real Estate COO Whitney Livingston. Members pay $425, non-members pay $725, and students pay $50. RSVP here.

Sept. 30

The D.C.-based American

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Sept. new home sales fall 3.5%, after strong summer season

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Sales of new homes fell by 3.5% in September to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 959,000 million units, the Commerce Department said Monday, as the housing market’s hot summer buying season cooled.



Model homes and for sale signs line the streets as construction continues at a housing plan in Zelienople, Pa., Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Sales of new homes fell by 3.5% in September to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 959,000 million units. The Commerce Department said Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, that despite the modest decrease, sales of new homes are up 32.1% from a year earlier, as the housing market remains strong despite the pandemic. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)


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Model homes and for sale signs line the streets as construction continues at a housing plan in Zelienople, Pa., Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Sales of new homes fell by 3.5% in September to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 959,000 million units. The Commerce Department said Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, that despite the modest decrease, sales of new homes are up 32.1% from a year earlier, as the housing market remains strong despite the pandemic. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

The Commerce Department said Monday that despite the modest decrease, sales of new homes are up 32.1% from a year earlier. However, the pandemic may start to weigh on the market as

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Sales of single-family homes recorded in Sonoma County for the week of Sept. 13

One hundred and thirty-eight single-family homes were sold in Sonoma County during the week of Sept. 13 ranging in price from $155,000 to $5.8 million

Topping our list of real estate transactions for the week was 2046 & 2050 Hale Road in Sonoma which sold for $5.8 million on September 19. The two address property included a contemporary one bedroom guest house, studio apartment, award-winning vineyard and infrastructure for a larger main residence in the future.

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Bodega Bay

21128 Hummingbird Court, $908,000

470 Swan Drive, $1,650,000

Cazadero

19230 Fort Ross Road, $220,000

Cloverdale

304 Icaria Court, $275,000

437 Muscat Drive, $287,500

Cotati

8543 Loretto Ave., $685,000

279 Valparaiso Ave., $710,000

Forestville

11140 Ice Box Canyon Road, $365,000

10985 Terrace Drive, $438,000

10707 Forest Hills Road, $670,000

Guerneville

19026 Hidden Valley Road, $503,000

13779 Guerne Hill Road, $550,000

17910 Highway 116, $600,000

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Tokyo area condo supply hits low in April-Sept., up in Sept. alone



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The number of new condominiums listed for sale in the Tokyo region between April and September fell 26.2 percent from the year before to 8,851 units, but the tally for September alone showed an uptick, a research institute said Tuesday.

With the COVID-19 pandemic causing real estate companies to shut down condominium apartments usually shown to visitors for promotion, the figure for the first half of fiscal 2020 hit a record low for any fiscal first-half, the Real Estate Economic Institute said.

The previous record low in the tally for Tokyo and its three neighboring prefectures of Kanagawa, Saitama and Chiba was 10,357 units marked in the first half of fiscal 1992 after the burst of Japan’s economic bubble.

In September, however, the number rose 5.0 percent from a year earlier to 2,477 units after a year-on-year fall in August.

The rate of units sold during the month

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UPDATE 1-China’s Sept property investment growth quickens, sales ease

* Sept property investment +12% y/y, fastest in over a year

* Sept property sales +7.3% y/y vs +13.7% y/y in August

* Sept new construction starts -1.9% vs 2.4% in August

BEIJING, Oct 19(Reuters) – China’s September real estate investment rose at the fastest pace in nearly 1-1/2 years, supported by robust construction activity as the economic recovery picks up steam after the coronavirus crisis.

Real estate investment in September rose 12% from a year earlier, the biggest jump since April last year when it also increased by the same amount, and quickening from 11.8% seen in August, according to Reuters calculations based on data from the National Bureau of Statistics on Monday.

For the January-September period, property investment grew 5.6% on an annual basis, picking up the pace from a 4.6% gain in January-August.

China’s property market was among the first to recover from the pandemic thanks to

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Sales of single-family homes recorded in Sonoma County for the week of Sept. 6

Eighty-seven single-family homes sold in Sonoma County during the week of Sept. 6 ranging in price from $285,000 to $7.6 million.

Topping our list of real estate transactions for the week was 720 Shiloh Terrace in Santa Rosa which sold for $7,630,000 on Sept. 8. This seven bedroom, eight bathroom, 8,138-square-foot Mediterranean villa featured a tennis/sport court, a 4,100 indoor pool and a fitness pavilion.

See what homes are selling for near you.

Bodega Bay

20700 Wren Court, $1,500,000

Calistoga

5860 Sharp Road, $1,550,000

Forestville

8656 Mirabel Road, $330,000

8344 Trenton Road, $675,000

Guerneville

16431 Watson Road, $535,000

Healdsburg

220 Fir Circle, $575,000

863 Limerick Lane, $935,000

849 Dry Creek Road, $1,220,000

620 Dry Creek Road, $1,520,000

Monte Rio

22926 Conifer Drive, $599,000

19475 Redwood Drive, $760,000

Petaluma

1713 Clairmont Court, $295,455

143 W. Payran St., $595,000

222 White Oak Circle, $600,000

2036 Clydesdale Way, $685,000

833 Western Ave., $715,000

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West Jefferson property transfers for Sept. 24-29, 2020, See a list of home and other sales | Home/Garden

Below is a compilation of properties sold in West Jefferson Parish from Sept. 24-29. Data is compiled from public records.

WEST JEFFERSON

Transfers for Sept. 24-29

AVONDALE

Devereaux Court 3617: Paulina P. Nguyen to The Tran, donation.

Kathi Lane 98: Harold F. Carriles III and Sarah E.F. Carriles to George Leslie IV, $148,000.

Rosalie Drive 153: Real Estate Remedies LLC to Amarc Properties LLC, $50,000.

BARATARIA

Marvis Grove, no further data: Soledad L.M. Tranchant to Richard J. Kornman, $165,000.

BRIDGE CITY

11th St. 148: Chantal T. Benoit to Sara Vecino, $143,000.

7th St. 302: Natalie B. Pritchett and Brent E. Pritchett to Douglas Pritchett, donation.

Stillwell Lane 940: Lisa McDonald to Tyrone Shenall, donation.

GRAND ISLE

Amaris Blvd. 1002: Amaris Isle Plantation LLC to Pelican Builders Group LLC, $45,000.

Cheniere Caminada subdivision, lot 9, square 3: Quick Real Estate Holdings LLC to William L. Sigmon and Jessica Sigmon, $142,000.

Chighizola

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Coronavirus surges in UM residence halls, former Gov. Rick Snyder’s condo for sale: Top Ann Arbor headlines Sept 26-Oct. 1

ANN ARBOR, MI – From reported coronavirus cases in University of Michigan residence halls surging, to former Gov. rick Snyder’s downtown Ann Arbor condo going up for sale, a lot has been happening in the Ann Arbor area.

Here are some headlines you might have missed this week.

Coronavirus cases surge in University of Michigan residence halls

The number of COVID-19 cases among students in University of Michigan residence halls has nearly doubled in the past week, according to notifications sent out by the university.

UM currently reports 64 cumulative cases of COVID-19 on its dashboard since students moved in at residence halls on Aug. 21. That number was last updated on Sept. 19.

Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s downtown Ann Arbor condo hits market for $2.35M

Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and wife Sue have put their downtown digs up for sale.

The couple loves downtown and their condo,

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