Saturday, July 20, 2019 Latest Real Estate News
Jose Marc Castro
London's Economic Boom Continues
  • On the Super Rich and the Super Basement
  • Hunt though is not alone in maximizing their property, as another one of the UK's super rich had also obtained the permits to build a super basement on his estate. According to a report from the Guardian, Damien Hirst, the artist, who owns a GBP39.5 million property in London, is planning to build a super basement under his Grade I listed John Nash creation.
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US New Home Sales Rise To Highest Level In Seven Years
  • New Home Sales in the U.S. Rebound
  • This market indicator is pretty volatile when tracked on a month to month basis. On a regional level, home purchases rose by a whopping 135.5 percent in the Northeast, with the Midwest and Southern regions posting average numbers.
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Vancouver Scenics
Mortgage Applications Rise As Consumers Capitalize On Low Interest Rate
  • Overreaction to New Mortgage Rules Like 'Y2K' Fears
  • The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau had instituted the Truth in Lending Act/Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act. This law requires full disclosure by lenders three days before closing. This required financial institution to upgrade their software as well as retrain staff to comply with the law's requirements.
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Enviro-Friendly Housing Estate Opens In Sydney
Google Updates Its Logo
Government Files Suit Against Deutsche Bank For Mortgage Fraud
  • Deutsche Bank Sells 'Triangle' Properties
  • The property is located in central Frankfurt's banking district. No disclosure of the purchase price has been made. The property, measuring 16,000 square meters and is compliant for zoning regulations for office, commercial and even residential use.
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Miami Skyline
  • Midtown Miami Property Sells for $55 Million
  • The property measures a wide 6.6 acres, which AMLI Residential would develop into two rental buildings. The first tower, called the North Tower with 12 stories having 485 units while the second tower, named the South Tower with 8 stories and houses 215 units.
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Housing Report Suggests Rising Rents Could Lead To Home Market Turnaround
Sun Blankets New York City, Ahead Of Cold Front Returning Despite Start Of Spring
Prince Charles And Duchess Of Cornwall Visit Japan - Day 3 Credit: Chris Jackson / Staff
2012 Olympic Games - Opening Ceremony
  • Holiday Homes Leasing Set To Take Off
  • With this, a property boom in the holiday home sector is expected. There are some drawbacks though, one of which is the difficulty of finding a mortgage that would carry a holiday home. According to Savills Property Group Director Jonathan Cunliffe, "It is very difficult, if not impossible, to get a mortgage on a property you want to use as a holiday let."
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Vancouver Scenics
General Views Of Melbourne
Central London Viewed From The Shard
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