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In the second quarter of 2014, Spanish house prices recorded an increase for the first time in six years, confirming the nation's return.....
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After feeling the ravages of recession more than most other countries in Europe, Spain now appear to be emerging from the wreckage with significant strength, contrary to speculation from economists...
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The US, UK and Europe may officially be out of recession but they still seem to be making a mess of their respective...
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Set up as a condition of Spain's receiving European rescue funds, SAREB has scooped up £37 billion worth of land, foreclosed homes, half-built developments, and developer loans from four nationalised banks...
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The eurozone is undoubtedly in crisis but its predicted collapse has yet to materialise. In fact, there have been small signs of recovery - a shock to those such as Nobel-Prize winner Paul Krugman who expected the implosion of the monetary union to occur before 2013...
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The construction and real estate sectors in Europe are "likely to remain under pressure" for the rest of 2012 and into 2013. In an article for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors...
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Investor concerns over the sovereign debt in some eurozone nations is weighing on real estate markets across the continent, Knight Frank has asserted...
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