A record-high number of Manhattan apartments are vacant, bringing the still-astronomical median rent down to $3,036 — the lowest it's been since 2013.
With much speculation about what is happening with the fourth season of Selling Sunset, one of the agents has just confirmed their future is no longer with The Oppenheim Group.Davina Potratz has announced she is leaving the property firm featured on the hit Netflix reality show to join a rival brokerage. She revealed she’ll be moving to Douglas Elliman in Beverly Hills after they made her an offer she couldn’t refuse. She told People magazine: “I’m really excited to be a part of Douglas Elliman and their very sophisticated and global new development division. “My background is in new development sales and marketing, so this is just a wonderful opportunity for me. It’s just very in tune with my skills.“It’s not that I wanted to leave, but I had a great opportunity. It was a purely business decision.”Selling Sunset fans will also be keen to know that it looks like Davina did not manage to sell that infamous $75 million house prior to her exit from The Oppenheim Group, as the property is still listed on the company’s website with the same asking price. Davina’s struggle to sell the nine bed, 12 bathroom Beverly Hills home was a central storyline in the show’s third season, where she was seen clashing with boss Jason Oppenheim over the listing. But while she won’t be selling homes at the Oppenheim Group any more, Davina said she is still hoping to feature in the next season of Selling Sunset. “I certainly hope that I’m still part of the cast,” Davina said. “Brett is not at the Oppenheim Group anymore either, so I don’t think that that’s going to be an issue at all.”There has been much speculation as to whether Brett has left the brokerage he ran with his brother to launch his own. While Davina and co-stars Christine Quinn and Chrishell Stause have now all suggested this is the case in various interviews, Jason has previously denied it.  He also recently defended Selling Sunset from accusations it is “fake” after a Mail On Sunday report claimed the women at the Oppenheim Group are not actually estate agents at all, but paid actors, as well as suggesting that a lot of what we see on screen is actually scripted.Supporting the cast, he said: “All of the women who work out of the Oppenheim Group are licensed and successful real estate agents.”This was backed up by Chrishell, who confirmed she was working as a realtor three years prior to the first season of Selling Sunset with a picture on her Instagram Story. Selling Sunset series 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix now. READ MORE: The Selling Sunset Drama Never Stops, Even When Filming Does – Here's What's Happened Since Series 3 Wrapped Who Was A Playboy Playmate And 15 Other Things You Didn't Know About The Stars Of Selling Sunset Selling Sunset's Jason Appearing On Gemma Collins' Diva Forever Is The Reality TV Crossover We Had No Idea Existed
The massive Spanish villa, known as "Unica," features 8 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, two 75-foot pools, a movie theater, and an indoor basketball court.
According to a Douglas Elliman report from Miller Samuel, the borough had around 15,000 open apartments for rent in July.
Paul Fireman first put his eight-bedroom home, which sits in the affluent suburb of Brookline, on the market for $90 million in 2016.
The singer put down a security deposit of $1 million for the summer rental that is currently also listed for sale for just under $11 million.
News Corp has unveiled its latest digital offering News IQ, a ‘brand safe’ advertising platform boasting an audience of over 140 million in the US alone, that features all its first-party data insights for the first time.News Corp chief executive Robert Thomson has been among the most vocal critics of the pitfalls of the digital media landscape, especially of environments that run ads against user generated content.Earlier in the year, the media giant’s Times of London editorial team was responsible for the high profile brand safety exposé series, which prompted a widespread advertiser walkout from video-sharing site YouTube.News IQ marks the first time that News Corp has integrated all of its collective first-party data, premium media properties and data science tools into one unified advertising solution, with the publisher claiming it will also offer “precise and measurable results.”Media buyers participating in the launch include: Dentsu Aegis Network; Douglas Elliman; Seabourn Cruise Line; among others, along with News Corp broadcaster Fox Broadcasting Company.According to News Corp, News IQ will leverage the first-party data of some of the launch partners, as well as collaborate with MasterCard Ad Intelligence to create bespoke advertising solutions.
Elegran has expanded rapidly by developing a foundation built upon a proprietary data management system, which communicates via API application programming interface to a customized CRM customer relationship manager , powering an incredibly successful, data-driven marketing automation platform.Personalities dominate, but their influence extends only so far geographically or within a network.Revenue increases at a fixed rate rather than exponentially — and this applies to any expansion strategy; whether you go on hiring spree like Keller Williams, splash a ton of cash in traditional marketing like Douglas Elliman or are backed by venture capital such as Compass.Even at tech-savvy brokerages, every salesperson interacts with data differently, and each has his or her own workflow, tools and methodology to manage clients.Databases, processing power and software can be scaled, but business relationships are much more difficult.Many CRM tools help to manage the churn of new leads, but most can t really manage and follow up with a large database after the business opportunity has faltered or fizzled.