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Despite National Woes, Bay Area Housing Prices Hit New Highs
Vancouver 2010 Preview
Vancouver Scenics
View Of Melbourne At Sunrise From The Eureka Skydeck
General Views of United Arab Emirates
  • UPC Plans To Unveil Real Estate Approvals at Upcoming Cityscape
  • UPC will reportedly launch a new online street design application. The council revealed a draft of new developments that had gone through detailed planning approval. Senior executives had announced detailed reports of key developments that will push for urban landscape improvement in Abu Dhabi Emirate.
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Oslo Attempts To Return To Normal After The Extremeist Attack
Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games - Opening Ceremony
Vancouver Scenics
'Ghost City' City In Chongqing
  • Ghost Cities Reveal China’s Real Estate Glut
  • The real estate glut in China can be seen through its new ghost cities: Dongling, Nanguan, Kerqin, Saihan, Yijinhuoluoqi, Yuhong. They were discovered by a Peking University study which utilized Baidu data to discover cities with major housing developments that search engine's users were not visiting very often. The rationale was that if no one went to these places, then there was a possibility that they were vacant. These ghost towns were systematically built at the peak of China's urbanization boom.
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India's Emerging Middle Class
Miami Real Estate Continues Streak Of Monthly Sales And Price Increases
  • Miami’s Luxury Real-estate Boom Due to Money Laundering?
  • Miami's luxury real-estate company Isaias 21 Property splurged nearly $3 million in cash for an ocean front Bal Harbour condo at the end of 2011. But it was not clear who really bought the three-bedroom unit at the newly constructed St. Regis, a luxury high-rise that pampered residents with 24-hour room service and personal butlers.
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Spanish Banks Announce Two Year Freeze Of Mortgage Evictions In Cases Of Extreme Need
  • Sareb Tries to Improve Spain Real Estate Sales
  • Spain real estate sales entered its third consecutive year of losses last Thursday, coming further short of its prediction to make an initial profit in its second year. It had eaten deeper into its capital reserves which was set up to clean up the finance sector.
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August Existing Home Sales Drop To Lowest Level In 7 Months
  • Real Estate: Not Safe From Inflation Threat
  • Real estate inflation had already been on the minds of this year due to the increasing energy prices. Federal Reserve cost experimentation will most likely inflict a new major inflation on the U.S., although this was much more likely happen in the next business cycle. y.
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Sales Of Existing Homes In July Reached Prerecession Levels
  • $231B Funds from Private Real Estate Nowhere For Spending
  • Private real estate funds had acquired more money to spend than ever before. However that was not necessarily positive news for the current real estate market. According to research firm Preqin, as of March, global private real estate investment funds had $231 billion in capital commitments from fund investors ready for easy spending. This was the highest in history and 10 percent more than December.
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Cleveland's COOPs
  • Ohio Real Estate Remains Positive In Q1 2016
  • Ohio real estate was healthiest in Columbus, Dayton and Cleveland which were among the top 10 housing markets in the country. A Nationwide's latest Health of Housing Markets report found that Dayton had the nation's most stable housing market, followed by Yakima, Wash.; Cleveland; Saginaw, Mich.; and Syracuse, N.Y. Columbus ranked No. 10.
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