President plans real estate recovery
In his effort to stabilize the USA real estate markets President Obama qwants the country's big five banks to step up to the fore and be accountable to the millions of struggling American home mortgage customers.
Canada avoid property plunge
Canada and its economy appear to have weathered the economic crisis remarkably well. The real estate markets are in full swing with record low interest rates attracting many home grown buyers.
Portugese property prices plummet
The real estate market in Portugal continues to plunge ever lower as the country struggles to reign in the spiraling debt ridden economy.
Housing industry calling for more government help
Although last weeks' announcement during the budget offering financial help to first time buyers was welcomed by the UK property industry many experts believe the government could have done much more to kick start the ailing industry.
Realtors caught in auction con
Over a period of thirteen months from September 2008 through October the following year a group of fraudsters, including two licensed real estate brokers are charged with rigging public foreclosure auctions in San Joaquin, California.
German property prices tipped to build
The German economy continues to flourish while many of its European neighbours are struggling to stay afloat financially and as a result investors are being urged to look to the property market in this north European country.
UK government moves to change planning guidelines
According to industry bosses planning regulations throughout the UK are outdated and far too costly and time consuming to keep up with demand with this in mind plans are afoot to address the situation.
Want a bargain - move to Burnley
The cheapest place to buy a home in the UK property arena is to be found in the North West town of Burnley. Four of the top five affordable locations are roads in this small Lancashire town with a population of just 80,000.
Real estate buyers move back to Miami
International property investors are being credited with helping the real estate market in Miami to recover from the property crash as a result of the recession.
The Emerald Isle calls across the pond
A recent survey of Irish-Americans residing in the USA resulted in one third of those questioned expressing an interest in the property market in Ireland for a future purchase.
UK budget assistance for FTB's
Good news at last for the UK property market - Chancellor George Osborne announced interest free loans for first time buyers in Wednesday's budget speech.
US house builders plan for the future
The face of the USA real estate market has probably changed forever thanks to the banking crisis but change is a good thing and new trends are starting to creep into the housing markets across the country.
Investors flock to London property show
Considered one of the most dependable investment ventures today the London property scene continues to attract interest from a whole variety of speculators as witnessed at an event last weekend.
Moves to improve communication with UK agents
Everyone is feeling the stress of this financially challenged period and none more so than estate agents trying to earn their living at a time when house sales are few and far between.
Crowe adds another nest
Having spent the last four years trawling the net for the ideal family home for his growing family, celebrated Australian actor Russell Crowe has finally closed a deal on a luscious property in Sydney.
New home construction levels fall in Feb
The Fragile state of the USA real estate market is not confined across existing properties but is also affecting the new home industry according to data supplied by the US Commerce Department.