A modest mansion in Hawaii, where Barack Obama lived with his mother and grandmother, is for sale for $ 2.2 million, writes Forbes.
In the house, which is located on a busy street in the state capital of Honolulu, the young Barack Obama lived with his family while his mother studied at the University of Hawaii nearby. The Obama family rented this house for the duration of their stay in Hawaii. In 2006, the house sold for $ 1.3 million.
The main house of 185 sq. m. with three bedrooms and two bathrooms is located on a plot of 10 acres. Behind it is another small one-bedroom house with access to a quiet street. Continue reading
The organizers of the International commercial real estate exhibition decided to postpone the event to June.
The international commercial real estate exhibition in Cannes, France, MIPIM has been postponed to June 2-5 due to growing concerns about the coronavirus. The event was scheduled to take place from March 10 to 13.
“The well-being of our customers and employees is our priority. Given the changing context, the best course of action is to postpone MIPIM until June, ” said Reed MIDEM Executive Director Paul Zilk. Continue reading
Us stock exchanges closed on March 16 with a record fall for the second time in a week, CNN reports. This is the largest drop in 33 years since “black Monday” in 1987.
On Monday, March 16, the main us indexes collapsed again. The S&P 500 index fell almost 12 %, and the Nasdaq fell 12.3 %.
The Dow Jones has fallen almost to 3 thousand points, or 12.9 %. This is the worst result since “black Monday” in 1987. Continue reading