Saturday, June 15, 2019 Latest Real Estate News
US Real estate
Despite National Woes, Bay Area Housing Prices Hit New Highs
View Of Melbourne At Sunrise From The Eureka Skydeck
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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Haute Residence Los Angeles Luxury Real Estate Summit 2016
Ian Schrager's 160 Leroy Launches Sales Of His New Herzog de Meuron Property
  • RICS: Investor Sentiments in US Real Estate is Still Positive Despite High Property Prices
  • According to RICS' fourth quarter 2015 U.S. Commercial Property Monitor, investors and occupiers' sentiments towards US real estate market, especially New York, is still positive despite high prices. The study stated that although it could be hard for cap charges to shrink a lot more, it's very probable that they'll stay close to latest levels, given the economy is constantly on the underpin occupier need.
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Las Vegas Housing Market Cools, But Construction Does Not
Increase In Housing Starts At End Of Year Signals Housing Market Recovery
Florida Leads Country In Foreclosures, Almost Three Times Higher Than Nat'l Rate
Mortgage Bankers Hold Nat'l Conference in S.F
Housing Report Suggests Rising Rents Could Lead To Home Market Turnaround
  • Apartment Vacancies Rise for the First Time since 2009
  • For the past six years, the U.S apartment market has been characterized by costly rents and falling vacancies, but this has changed suddenly. The availability of apartments for rent rose for the second straight quarter at the end of last year; according to real estate data firm Reis, this is the first time this has happened since 2009.
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New Home Sales Rise To Highest Levels In Six Years
August Existing Home Sales Drop To Lowest Level In 7 Months
Increase In Housing Starts At End Of Year Signals Housing Market Recovery
Luxury Homes In San Francisco Average $2.7 Million
Florida Poised To Become Third Most-Populous State In U.S.