International Investors Fuel Miami Condo Boom

Whereas in the past many of the Miami condos were bought by US consumers, using 90% for 100% mortgages, most of today's buyers are foreign and are purchasing with cash
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South Africa Investors Concerned by Proposed Rate Increases

The recent announcement of a Municipal Property Rates Bill is causing concern amongst investors who are being urged to object
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IMF Warning about Swedish Housing Market

The IMF is very upbeat about the Swedish economy, but is not quite as happy about the property market in the country, and has advised that prices may decline
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San Francisco Bay Sales Reach One-Year High

Property sales in San Francisco's Bay area reached a one-year high in June, increasing by 14.5% compared to sales in May
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Residential Land Sales Continued to Decline in Perth

Although Perth is still the most expensive land market in Australia, there has been a massive fall in the number of land sales during the first quarter of this year
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Hong Kong Property Investors Turn Towards Thailand

Property prices in Hong Kong have risen dramatically over the last couple of years, and this is forcing many speculators to look elsewhere for opportunities, and Thailand is proving to be a particularly popular alternative
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US Becoming a Nation of Renters

According to a new report from Morgan Stanley, home ownership rates within the US have dropped below 60% when delinquent borrowers are taken out of the equation, and it feels this is a clear sign that the country is moving towards becoming a nation of renters
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Vietnamese Property Market Slows

The property market in Vietnam has slowed down as interest rate rises take effect. The interest rate increases were part of anti-inflationary steps initiated by the government, and they have certainly been effective as residential property prices have fallen b...
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Foreign Direct Investment in China up by Almost 20%

Foreign direct investment into China has increased by 18.4% during the first six months of this year compared to the same period last year, and is worth over $60 billion
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Mortgage Defaults in California Decline 19%

The number of mortgage defaults in California has fallen by 19% during the second quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2010
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