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Water Shortages Reach Critical Levels Brazil’s wealthiest city faces its worst drought in nearly a century. The situation has also affected the southeastern states of Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, and Espirito Santo, but it is in São Paulo—home to 20 million people—where the crisis is even more…
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Back in December, Pam Uhl and I conducted an eLearning covering what’s new—and not so new—in the relocation legal arena. For those of you who couldn’t attend, we are happy to release our latest edition of Mobility Insights, which provides more detail on the topics covered in the eLearning. We’ve…
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The Swanepoel Power 200 list—naming the most powerful people in U.S. residential real estate—is out, and Realogy’s Richard Smith is #1, with Cartus’ Kevin Kelleher #36. A total of 33 Realogy executives and independent franchisees affiliated with Realogy’s brands were recognized on the list, which…
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With the World Cup behind it and the 2016 Olympics ahead, Brazil is undergoing yet one more major event: one of the most tightly contested presidential elections in decades. The election is partly a choice for the future path for the country, and partly a referendum on how the current government has…