Monday, July 22, 2019 Latest Real Estate News
United Kingdom
Canary Wharf Skyline seen at Night
  • Numbers of Vacant Residential Homes in Britain on the Decline
  • Alongside the decline of vacant homes is the recovery in the number of owner occupied properties in the country. At its peak in 2002, about 69.5 percent of homes were owner occupied but fell to 62.8 percent in 2014 and now stands at 62.5 percent. Between 2002 and 2014, the net decline was about 6.7 percent overall.
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European Central Bank And Frankfurt Financial District
Toronto Bids Hard for the 2008 SUmmer Olympics
  • Foreign Funds for Real Estate Contracting Worldwide
  • This comes amidst major criticism received by the agency for its lack of data about money entering the local real estate market from foreign countries. This is important to determine if such funding was the cause for the soaring home prices seen in major metropolitan markets such as Vancouver and Toronto.
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Housing Market in the UK
  • Commercial Property Market Demand Continues to Surge
  • Based on the latest survey released by Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), as reported by PropertyWire, "Commercial property prices in the UK continue to rise as demand remains strong in all sectors and UK's commercial property is still seen as a safe haven for investors with rents and capital values set to continue rising despite macro concerns."
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House Prices Are Stagnant In London
Average House Price In The UK Rises 8% In The Year
Planning Laws Set To Be Relaxed To Encourage An Increase House Building
House Prices Are Stagnant In London
Changes In Stamp Duty Expected To Help Millions Of Home Buyers
Hong Kong Skyline
Report Warns Average Deposit For First Time Buyers In London To Rise To Over 100,000 GBP By 2020
Average House Price In The UK Rises 8% In The Year
London Creating 80% Of The Private Sector Jobs In The UK
New Garden City To Be Built At Ebbsfleet
UK's Biggest Housebuilder Postpones Start On New Homes As Sales Slump