Mansion Global Daily: German buyers are flocking to Miami

Australian property comes complete with wildlife sanctuary

A tropical sanctuary in the coastal town of Noosa Heads in Queensland, Australia, with a close connection to the flora and fauna around it, is on the market, asking for offers in excess of A$1.2 million (US$795,486). The house, on the aptly named Safari Street, has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and its “billabong-style pond is home to eight species of frogs, mallards and water dragons, but can easily be converted back to a usable pool,” according to the list with McGrath Noosa’s Matt Powe. The property is also a “haven for many species of birds.” Domain

Marilyn Manson drops $2.2 million on New California Home

Controversial shock rocker Marilyn Manson just bought a remote property in Glendale, California for about $2.2 million. Built in the 1960s, the home spans over 2,000 square feet and is outfitted with a soundproof recording studio, four bedrooms, three baths, a double foyer, and a lava rock fireplace. There are also oversized windows, several wooden decks and patios, and an area of ​​lawn. In recent years, several women have accused Mr. Manson of sexual assault. He has denied the allegations. Soil

German buyers are flocking to Miami

According to the Miami Association of Realtors, Germans are the most active international prospective buyers in Miami, knocking Colombia out of first place. Germany accounted for 22.19% of all international searches on MiamiRealtors.com in October, up from 1.66% at the same time last year, with most searches coming from Berlin. “Germany’s rising interest in Miami real estate could be a result of Hurricane Ian’s impact on Southwest Florida and how German buyers, longtime buyers in Southwest Florida, could shift their investments to [the area]”, said the president of the association, Fernando Arencibia Jr. Yahoo!

London Rental Market can’t keep up with demand

With London once again flooded with residents, the rental market is struggling to keep up with feverish demand. Potential tenants return for work and study and are faced with inventory levels that between July and September were nearly a quarter lower than at the same time last year. At the same time, the average monthly rent, including bills, for a room in a shared house or apartment was £933 (US$1,106) in October 17% more than before the pandemic, according to data from the roommate search site SpareRoom. CNN

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