A French property scheme is a "slow-burning catastrophe" for British investors who are trapped in costly contracts, an MEP has said.
The leaseback schemes were aimed at encouraging people to buy properties in tourist areas, then rent them out.
U.S.home prices climbed steadily in July even as sales have slowed, evidence that a limited supply of available houses is distorting the real estate market.
The national vacancy rate rose slightly to 4.5 % in the third quarter from 4.4 %, according to Reis
For those working in the Irish property industry, remembering the financial crisis can be painful.
The Emerald Isle suffered more than most other European countries in the dark days of 2009, with the global recession wiping 50pc off house prices in some areas and commercial development virtually grinding to a halt.
One of the prestige projects of Angela Merkel’s outgoing coalition government has been thrown into doubt after a Berlin court ruled that a recently introduced rent-control law violates Germany’s constitution.
The so-called Mietpreisbremse or “rental price brake” was introduced two years ago with the aim of barring landlords in property hotspots from increasing rents by more than 10% above a local benchmark. In June 2015 Berlin became the first German state to implement the new regulation.
We love our pets, and we have a lot of them: According to a recent survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association, there are about 90 million dogs and 94 million cats kept as pets in the United States. If you take into account canaries, rabbits, fish and other animals, the total number of pets in the country is a staggering 393 million — in 68 percent of American households. Pets are everywhere, but the quality and cost of living with them varies considerably depending on where you live.
The Finnish economy, and its real-estate market by extension, have struggled since the global financial crisis, but both have improved in the last couple of years, agents said.
Even so, builders' overall view of the new-home market remains positive
The number of properties sold across the country fell 20 % last month versus a year ago, the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) said on Friday
The industry group said actual sales, not seasonally adjusted, were down 9.9 % from August 2016
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