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Dean Jones, CEO of Seattle’s Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty, Co-Authors Book Written in Mandarin: “Chinese Institutions Definitive Guide to USA Real Estate”

Chinese Book Taps Global Real Estate Advisors in Key US Gateway Cities, Book Tour Begins April 19th in NYC

Executives at Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) announced today that Dean Jones, owner and CEO of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty, has co-authored the book, Chinese Institutions’ Definitive Guide to USA Real Estate, which will strategically guide Chinese buyers through investing in the US real estate market with a focus on the Seattle metro area among a dozen targeted gateway cities in the US. The hardcover book will debut on April 19th, 2017 in New York City. Co-authors will then commence a multi-city book tour; travelling to Boston; Washington, DC; Miami; and other US cities. Jones will also present the book during the Asian Real Estate Association of America’s 2017 Global + Luxury Summit in Miami on April 22nd, 2017 at a seminar entitled “Making Your Market Matter”.  The presentation showcases how the Seattle/Bellevue metro area has become among the most desired markets for both individual and institutional investment in the US.

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Asian Real Estate Association of America Welcomes Dean Jones as Featured Panelist for “Making your Market Matter” Seminar at Global Luxury Summit in Miami, April 21-23, 2017

For the fifth year in a row, the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) has invited Dean Jones, President and CEO of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty, to lead a panel discussion about Seattle’s growth in profile for Asian homebuyers.  His session, “Making Your Market Matter”, will occur on Saturday, April 22nd during the much-anticipated Global Luxury Summit taking place in Miami, FL. The convention, which is expected to draw nearly 1,000 attendees, is proudly sponsored by Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates, LLC.

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Brokers Rally in Support of JayMarc Homes’ Latest Architectural Accomplishment in Bellevue

On January 26th, scores of real estate brokers, led by a strong turnout of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR), were provided a first tour of JayMarc Homesnorthwest contemporary located at 10447 SE 20th Street, Bellevue.

“We are delighted to welcome JayMarc Homes to Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty and we are very proud to be representing these fine properties,” said Dean Jones, President and CEO or RSIR. “Clearly, by the tremendous broker’s open turnout and praises this property received, this is a home that will soon find its new owner.”

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Acclaimed Craftsman Luxury Home in Sammamish: New Video Update!

A captivating Conner Homes former model craftsman with an award winning 5210 square foot layout featuring 5 bedrooms, 3.25 baths, Office, Family room, Wine Cellar, Recreational room, and Bonus/Hobby/Crafts room. Vaulted ceilings and over-sized windows with mountains and peek-a-book lake views, give this home gorgeous natural lighting. The fireplaces located in the living room, Rec Room and Den create warm, welcoming and cozy spaces during the Pacific Northwest’s winters. An Open Eat-In kitchen with walk in pantry, cherry cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances allows for adventurous culinary exploration. The wine enthusiast will love the wine cellar and the rec room with wet bar. Guest suite on the lower level, spacious master suite with 5 piece bath, an en-suite bedroom, and 2 bedrooms with built-in desk area and window bench wrap up the upper level.
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Art & Home | Sound Design

The latest edition of Art & Home has arrived! In this month’s Volume, Iyna Bort Caruso invites us to explore acoustically focused spaces and homes that were designed with music as the centerpiece.

Libraries beckon with books, home theatres lure with films, and music rooms summon with sound. For centuries in aristocratic households, music rooms were de rigueur, and a musical education was a cultural imperative. People met to play in rooms that took their decorative cues from the world’s great concert halls.

Today, dedicated music rooms are rare, according to Frank de Biasi, a New York-based interior designer whose residential portfolio includes projects in Europe, the US and the Middle East. De Biasi says instruments are often integrated into studies or media rooms, or treated as objets d’art.

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