10 Incredible Real Estate Phenomenons You Probably Haven’t Seen Before!

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There are a lot of crazy things going on in the world of real estate and most of these things go completely unnoticed by folks like you and me.

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Maybe it’s because they aren’t “newsworthy”, or maybe they just don’t have any direct impact on our daily lives – but if you take a look at some of the CRAZY real estate phenomenons listed below, I think you’ll agree that there are a lot of remarkable things going on around us.

Check it out and let me know if you agree!

Kowloon Walled City, China / Most Densely Populated Place on Earth

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London Skyscraper / Solar Death Ray

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Horizontally Spiralled Bricks / Architectural Masterpiece

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Path Laying Machine / Engineering Marvel

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Manhattan 1600 / Manhattan 2014

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Ivanpah Solar Power Facility / World’s Largest Solar Power Facility

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A Lonely House / Ellioaey Island, Iceland

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Castellfollit de la Roca, Spain / Town on a Cliff

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Antilla Mumbai / World’s Most Expensive House

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Ponte City Tower, Johannesburg / Cylindrical Skyscraper

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Seth Williams (@retipsterseth , G+) is an experienced land investor, commercial real estate banker and residential income property owner. He is also the Founder of REtipster.com - a real estate investing blog providing real world guidance for part time real estate investors.

14 Comments

  1. Cool stuff. That path-laying machine is awesome! And solar-ray death… too funny (and sorry to those folks whose problems I am laughing at).

  2. I don’t see a picture of Manhattan in 1600. Love that brick laying machine. And I sure hope that walled city has proper sewage treatment or that could be awful!! Love your unique posts!

  3. Gordon Barbay on

    Great pictures, but I have to point out that the Kowloon Walled City no longer exists. It was torn down in the 1990’s. The site is now a park.

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