News - Archive for July 2014

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Spanish real estate valuation and assessment specialists TINSA have released data showing that Spain’s housing market is now recovering, amidst gradually improving....
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Across the Thames in the shadows of the controversial Battersea Power Station and its resurrection is another development that has also had its share...
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The National Association of Estate Agent’s (NAEA) claimed that just 3% of buyers in June were first-time buyers under the age of 30...
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The British government have announced a new affordable homes programme that is set to change the way properties are built in the country with many being largely constructed off-site....
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Spain suffered more than most countries following the financial crisis with rigorous austerity measures, escalating public debt, heavy financial reliance on the Eurozone...
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There is no doubt that the increases in UK property prices have been largely driven by the huge rise in private landlords coming to the market....
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The establishment of a multilateral development bank operated by the BRICS nations, Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, proposed at the....
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Research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) published today has revealed that only those over the age of 60 have not experienced any drop....
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Shanghai Securities News have revealed that when record-high payments become due for China's real estate investment trusts (REITs)...
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The British press has recently been full of reports concerning the increasing gap between rich and poor created by the economic downturn in the UK...
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Dubai has one of the most recognisable skylines in the world, earning the Emirate city a reputation for pushing boundaries with its architecture...
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World leading property consulting and research firm CBRE have revealed that investors from the Middle East are expected to spend €135bn in overseas...
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When London won its bid to host the 2012 Olympic Games, the fortunes of Stratford, a somewhat deprived area with many brownfield sites, improved beyond expectation.....
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The Bank of England (BoE) introduced new measures last week to cap household indebtedness caused by an overheated UK property market and soaring mortgage...
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The housing crisis in the UK is one of the biggest social and economic challenges facing the country. According to government figures 122,950 new homes...
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