Unreal Estate

Autor: Michael Gross
Publisher: Broadway
ISBN: 076793265X
File Size: 44,72 MB
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A history of lucrative real estate in Los Angeles shares the lesser-known contributions of a range of figures from Douglas Fairbanks and Marilyn Monroe to Howard Hughes and Ronald Reagan. By the best-selling author of Rogues' Gallery.

Inside Unreal Estate

Autor: Sushil Kumar Sayal
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9385890719
File Size: 33,91 MB
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A candid tell-all tale of India’s most debated sector Starting off as a trainee engineer, Sushil Kumar Sayal was determined to be a success in real estate, at a time when it was viewed as an unscrupulous profession. He has since worked with companies like Mahindra Gesco, DLF and Alpha G, and has played a significant role in establishing the Real Estate Asset Management (REAM) model in the country. In his fast-paced memoir are many anecdotes of dodgy builders, maverick investors and corrupt bureaucrats..

An Unreal Estate

Autor: Lucinda Carspecken
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253223490
File Size: 63,26 MB
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In An Unreal Estate, Lucinda Carspecken takes an in-depth look at Lothlorien, a Southern Indiana nature sanctuary, sustainable camping ground, festival site, collective residence, and experiment in ecological building, stewardship, and organization. Carspecken notes the way fiction and reality intertwine on this piece of land and argues that examples such as Lothlorien have the power to be a force for social change. Lothlorien's organization and social norms are in sharp contrast with its surrounding communities. As a unique enclave within a larger society, it offers to the latter both an implicit critique and a cluster of alternative values and lifestyles. In addition, it has created a niche where some participants change, grow, and find empowerment in an environment that is accepting of difference—particularly in areas of religion and sexual orientation.

Unreal Estate Canada

Autor: Ron Battiston
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1894241088
File Size: 48,82 MB
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The is the first book to ever describe the reality of real estate in Canada. It shows you how to purchase and sell real estate and also shows you alternatives that work very well. This is complex subject and the Author's sense of humor helps describe it in ways that are easy to understand and fun to read.

Unreal Estate

Autor: Stefani Shock
ISBN: 9781504364812
File Size: 46,89 MB
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Beyond the day-to-day technique of representing buyers and sellers, is the mindset of the realtor. I countlessly hear realtors tell me they lack confidence and self-esteem. How can they be a success when their confidence is hanging in the balance? This book tells the story of a self-made broker who tackled those same issues. I rose up through the real estate trenches in NYC, lost it all in the 2008 market crash only to rebound, triple my income and eventually sell luxury homes in the Bahamas. The shift that occured was one that involved personal development, following the guidance of others, changing my sales techniques and much more. All of the lessons that propelled me to the next level are included in this book. Enjoy reading it as much as I did living it.

The Unreal Estate Guide To Detroit

Autor: Andrew Herscher
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472035215
File Size: 75,52 MB
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The Detroit Unreal Estate Agency was founded in 2008 as an open-access platform for research on urban crisis, using Detroit as a focal point. Against the apprehension of Detroit as a problem that needs to be solved, the Agency has regarded Detroit as a site where new ways of imagining, inhabiting and constructing the contemporary city are being invented, tested and advanced.--P. 2.

Unreal Estate

Autor: Robert De Gast
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801845918
File Size: 45,54 MB
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In Unreal Estate, the photographs of Robert de Gast reveal what "isn't so simple" about the abandoned buildings of the Chesapeake's Eastern Shore. His striking color photographs of ghostly houses and weathered details illustrate the powerful hold architecture has on us, even when a building no longer serves its purpose.

House Of Outrageous Fortune

Autor: Michael Gross
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451666217
File Size: 15,64 MB
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“Michael Gross’s new book…packs [in] almost as many stories as there are apartments in the building. The Jackie Collins of real estate likes to map expressions of power, money and ego… Even more crammed with billionaires and their exploits than 740 Park” (Penelope Green, The New York Times). With two concierge-staffed lobbies, a walnut-lined library, a lavish screening room, a private sixty-seat restaurant offering residents room service, a health club complete with a seventy-foot swimming pool, penthouses that cost almost $100 million, and a tenant roster that’s a roll call of business page heroes and villains, Fifteen Central Park West is the most outrageously successful, insanely expensive, titanically tycoon-stuffed real estate development of the twenty-first century. In this “stunning” (CNN) and “deliciously detailed” (Booklist, starred review) New York Times bestseller, journalist Michael Gross turns his gimlet eye on the new-money wonderland that’s sprung up on the southwest rim of Central Park. Mixing an absorbing business epic with hilarious social comedy, Gross “takes another gossip-laden bite out of the upper crust” (Sam Roberts, The New York Times), which includes Denzel Washington, Sting, Norman Lear, top executives, and Russian and Chinese oligarchs, to name a few. And he recounts the legendary building’s inspired genesis, costly construction, and the flashy international lifestyle it has brought to a once benighted and socially déclassé Manhattan neighborhood. More than just an apartment building, 15CPW represents a massive paradigm shift in the lifestyle of New York’s rich and famous—and is a bellwether of the city’s changing social and financial landscape.