According to people.com, DC is suddenly a magnet for Hollywood starlets, reality TV shows and high-profile idealists wanting to get in on a little high-minded action.
After splitting fromThe Officenice guy John Krasinski,Parks & Recreationstar Rashida Jones, 33, has been hanging with President Obama's 28-year-old speechwriter Jon Favreau. "It's not serious," a source reveals, but they are an item. Meanwhile, taking a break from her doctor duties at the Oceanside Wellness Center,Private PracticestarKate Walsh, 41, has been spotted cuddling with another young administration hotshot, Sean Smith. How's this for a title? Smith, 38, is Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
I guess pretty women always follow money and power!
Anyway, It is amazing how one man can change the branding of Washington DC so fast and so dramatically. No wonder central Washington DC's real estate market is quite steady.
Gen is the Founder/Principal of Oyster Real Estate Investments, Inc., a San Francisco-based real estate investment consulting company, serving clients in Japan and United States. He is currently focusing on clients’ real estate investments in Austin, Texas and Zihuatanejo, Mexico. Gen has managed 250+ property transactions/consultations in Austin, Manhattan and San Francisco and is skilled in finding below-fair-market-value, no-qualifying-seller-financing and bulk(package)-purchase discount properties.
He also writes a very popular blog in Japanese about real estate investing in USA and Mexico: http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/sfscottiedog. Prior to founding Oyster Real Estate Investments, Inc., Gen held senior management positions in various large corporations: McCann-Erickson (Tokyo and San Francisco)- Account Supervisor; Levi Strauss & Co (Asia-Pacific)- Consumer Marketing Manager; Yahoo! Inc.(Sunnyvale)- Senior Director of International Sales and Marketing.
Gen Shibayama and his wife own and manage approximately 50 properties (100 units) in Austin, Manhattan and San Francisco.