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Florida Real Estate Trends: Moving Beyond The Housing Market Bust
Sunday, 13 April 2008
Recent housing industry market studies have yielded a more positive view of the appreciation rate decline, which is revealing evidence that real estate in Florida will be affordable once again, and is setting up for a correction after the mortgage bust.
Florida Couple Suspect on Multi-Million Realty Scheme
Tuesday, 20 March 2007
In North Miami Beach, a couple is gone as investigators try to unravel a giant real estate scheme. Near the hand-painted statues and gilded gold lions, a small bronze sign remains posted above the doorbell. Wolf Residence, it says, in bold block letters. But Natalia and Victor Wolf no longer live in this five-bedroom South Florida mansion.
Mortgage Firm Receives Restraints from other States
Tuesday, 20 March 2007
On Monday, Reports said that New Century Financial Corp., the beleaguered home lender to people with weak credit said that it has received the so called cease and desist that stops the said company from accepting new applications for mortgage loans from more states now.
New Jersey estate sells for $58 million
Thursday, 11 January 2007
A 63-acre estate with a 10,000 square-foot mansion in Alpine, N.J. sold for $58 million, according to a news release.
This is the most expensive home sale for the year 2006 in the U.S.. The English-style residence includes cottages, pool and tennis courts. This was bought by Richard Kurtz, CEO for Advanced Photonix and sold by Henry Clay Frick II.
US Real Estate entices Koreans
Wednesday, 08 November 2006
Koreans more than anywhere else, bought 51 houses in the U.S. in October alone, the Ministry of Finance and Economy said on Tuesday.

This upshot shows that Koreans despite the escalation of the U.S. real estate worth are still eager to acquire houses in the U.S.
New York: Real-estate listing opens to public
Wednesday, 08 November 2006
NEW YORK - The New York Real Estate Board, consisting of the biggest broker members like Prudential Douglas Elliman and Corcoran Group, opens real asset listings to buyers in 2007 concluding distinctiveness in the most luxurious urban market in the U.S.
Five Reasons Real Estate Pros Must Focus on Them
Thursday, 12 October 2006
Real estate professionals today find themselves on a whole new playing field. The 2006 industry bears little resemblance to, say, its 1996 incarnation. Of course, we all know things have changed. But despite that knowledge, many are clinging stubbornly to the old rules of the game. Significant mistake, says real estate advisor Michael Staver. If you let yourself get bogged down in urgent activity that is not that important instead of performing what he calls high-gain activities—you're living on borrowed time.
US Commercial real estate offers investment opportunities
Thursday, 12 October 2006

While many fund managers are promoting the advantages of investing in developing real estate markets in regions such as Asia, chief executives at Macquarie feel the US is still an attractive market for investors due to factors like cultural similarities to Australia as well as recent market trends.

 In particular, trends affecting both the US discount commercial convenience real estate and the US distribution warehouse sectors have made them particularly attractive for investors looking to earn a steady income stream from rents.

Real estate development projects were signed
Wednesday, 11 October 2006

Three memoranda of understanding on real estate projects were signed between project owners and foreign investors at Viet Nam Investment Conference 2006 in Ha Noi yesterday.

Entitled "Riding on the High Growth of Viet Nam", the conference, organised by the International Investment and Urban Development Joint Stock Company (IDJ), introduced 68 investment projects including office buildings, high-end apartments, resorts, industrial zones and urban zones.

Recession is out of picture but Economic slug is in the go for the United States
Wednesday, 11 October 2006

Varied economic indicators produced by The Conference Board are now pointing to slow growth ahead in the U.S., but not a recession, according to an analysis released yesterday by The Conference Board, the global research and business membership organization.

Over the past three months, The Conference Board index of leading economic indicators has turned down relative to its level six months ago for the first time in this expansion.

Real estate education pushes for diversity
Wednesday, 11 October 2006

Leaders from public schools, Catholic schools and local colleges told a group of real estate agents Tuesday morning to promote the diversity of quality educational opportunities when selling homes to families.

A nine-person education panel met with about 150 real estate agents at Coldwell Banker’s Coventry office to give them information about area public and private schools and colleges, and clear up any misconceptions they have about the area’s education.

Real estate market shakes up as dollar rates get low
Wednesday, 11 October 2006
The recent plunge in the dollar, which has brought the shekel to a five-year high against the US currency, has increased pressure for a drastic change which would move the local real estate market from one that has been historically dollar-denominated to one delineated by the shekel.
Real estate loans rise as foreign investors increase interest also in banking
Wednesday, 11 October 2006
Loan portfolios to foreign non-residents increased by 32% for the first eight months of 2006, compared to the parallel period in 2005, the Bank of Jerusalem said. During the same period the bank's clientele advanced by 12% and to stand at 3,000 customers. Cash and fixed-asset portfolios under management by the bank were 18% higher in the first eight months of 2006 than during the same period in the previous year.
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