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Mansion Global Daily: San Francisco Sales Price Falls for the First Time in 10 Years

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Melbourne Mansion Inspired by a Paris Museum Hits the Market for A$9.2 Million

A limestone mansion in Toorak, an affluent suburb of Melbourne, Australia, that was inspired by Paris’s Petit Palais museum has hit the market with a price guide between A$9.2 million and A$10 million (US$6.4 million and US$7 million). The three-bedroom house features French oak chevron floors, French gutter cornices and handmade European doors. Additionally, a geometrical staircase with a wrought-iron balustrade and a formal dining room were also modeled after those at the Petit Palais. The property has a four-car garage, solar-powered swimming pool and an outdoor kitchen with a built-in bar.

Dublin Rents Soared Amid Shortage of Supply

The average rent in Dublin rose 13.7% in 2022 to €2,300 (US$2,466) per month amid a shortage of rentals across the country, according to a report from, a property portal. As of Feb. 1, there were 1,096 homes available to rent, down 20% from a year ago and down 25% compared to the average level during 2015-19. While there are regional differences, all parts of the country are experiencing year-over-year increases in asking rents, the report said. Irish Mirror

Amsterdam Aims to Solve Housing Crisis by 2040

Amsterstam is aiming to solve its housing crisis by 2040 by building more homes and tackling vacancies, the mayor and city council said on Monday. The existing homes “must become affordable again, be of good quality, and not be used as a revenue model,” head of public housing Zita Pels said. Furthermore, the city committed to building 7,500 annually, prioritizing housing for seniors and families. They’ll also build between 2,500 and 3,000 temporary homes where people can live for a maximum of 15 years. NL Times

San Francisco’s Average Sales Price Fell Below Asking for the First Time Since 2012

The average sales price in the San Francisco Bay area fell below the average listing price last year for the first time since early 2012, the latest Redfin data show. The average sale-to-list percentage—which denotes widespread bidding wars if over 100%—was 99.2% in December, the first time it fell below 100% since February 2012. During the pandemic peak in April 2022, the ratio was 111.6%, meaning a typical home sold for 11.6% above its listing price. The Real Deal


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