Detroit tipped for real estate growth
Real estate experts are recommending the city of Detroit in Michigan as an up and coming 'hotspot' for property investors in light of improved economic conditions.
UK rents continue to rise
Public demand for rental properties have never been so strong, scores of people are trapped in rented accommodation unable to cross over to the private sector and establish themselves on the UK property ladder.
Huge Melbourne real estate auction due on Saturday
Australian real estate auctions were very popular with buyers last year and clearance rates were hugh unfortunately this success did not continue through 2010 and past months have seen clearance levels dive.
Minister promises support for housebuilders
At a recent conference in London Grant Shapp, government housing Minister, recommended a phase of price stability across residential housing in the UK property market to allow current and future generations the flexibility of joining the property ladder.
India houses world's most expensive home
It has taken several years to construct but the most expensive private property in the world has been completed and is about to house the family of six in Mumbai, India.
US foreclosures peak in September
The foreclosure scandal continues to rage across the USA real estate arena as various lenders are accused of rushing through distressed sales of American homes.
Canadian real estate vendors DIY
A new scheme that will enable homeowners across the country to register their property on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for a fraction of the current cost is being discussed with the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) and the federal Competition Bureau.
Celebrity speakers at FTB's show
Joining the UK property ladder presents quite a challenge for the youth of today with many young people unsure of how to take that first step to independent living.
Australian homeowners tighten belts
Australian real estate owners are beginning to feel the bite of recent hikes in the interest rates affecting the country's mortgage market.
Real estate prices climb in the big apple
In the depth of the great post recession property crash one city is leading the way to recovery in the USA real estate market - New York property prices are continuing to climb and recently released data show that prices have now increased for the third consecutive month.
Sydney residents top global mortgage payments
The high cost of housing in New South Wales means that Sydney real estate owners have to spend more of their annual income on mortgage payments than any other major city in the world.
Real estate activity remains healthy in Canada
Towards the end of 2009 sales of real estate in Canada went through the roof with prices climbing at astonishing rates prompting some commentators to speculate on the possibility of a housing bubble.
UK mortgage lending set to tighten further
The stage is set for UK mortgages from the country's lenders to tighten considerably; already results from last month show a drop in the average LTV loan to value being made available.
US bank suspends foreclosures
The American home mortgage market is under the spotlight as the foreclosure crisis gains momentum and last week the Bank of America threatened to suspend sales of foreclosed homes in a countrywide sweep of all 50 states due to charges of mishandled paperwork.