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Why US Property Owners Should Assess Insurance Needs Regularly

Insurance is vital for owners of property, simply because housing is worth so much money. Recent statistics showed that six percent of homeowners make a claim in the space of just a year – 97 percent of which are related to property damage.

Property owners under pressure over changing demand trend

One of the highpoints of the challenges in the property market is the sobering experience which stakeholders have garnered, particularly landlords who are now becoming a lot more realistic in their charges and demand for advance payment.

He wants to sell, she wants to sit tight

The Globe and Mail 15.12.2010

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Judith Stevenson Stride 10.12.2010
He wants to sell, she wants to sit tight

The market researcher and television producer have been sitting on a gold mine – an income property with tenants which covers the monthly mortgage payment (and then some). But they need bigger digs, and he wants to sell while the market’s hot. She wants to keep the house and continue renting it out. Who’s on the money?

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Cuts to funding for flood defences could make it harder for property owners and small businesses to get buildings insurance quotes, according to an expert.

Snag at handover: property owners get less than promised

Parag Deulgaonkar Emirates 247 21.10.2010
County error sends condo owner's property tax bill soaring

Assessment soars 300 percent, to $834,770 from $209,444, due to 'transcription' glitch It doesn't take a rocket scientist, or a real estate agent, to know property values aren't exactly soaring in today's troubled housing market.

Snag at handover: property owners get less than promised

Snagging experts in the UAE say property owners in most cases are getting less sellable area than what was promised in their sales and purchase agreements (SPA). The variance could be as low as three per cent and as high as 15 per cent.

Heritage Overlay Worries Property Owners

Sunil Kumar Top News 13.10.2010

Residents unhappy with reassessments

Adva Saldinger The Sun News 09.10.2010
Heritage Overlay Worries Property Owners

Property owners of units in a Caulfield South building have raised complaints that they would have not bought the property, if they would have known about the heritage laws related to the building. The property owners are feeling the pinch of the heritage laws that protect the building.

Residents unhappy with reassessments

Horry County assessment notices arrived for property owners last week and some are concerned that their actual property value is well below what the county says it is.

Apartments go belly up, too

JIM WEIKER THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH 07.09.2010
Apartments go belly up, too

Homeowners aren't the only ones wrestling with foreclosure. A growing number of central Ohio apartment complexes are being repossessed, too.

Landowners Shout `Bingo' as West Australia's Mining Towns Boom

Paul Eaton moved to Karratha 10 years ago with a fledgling building business. Now he and his 40 employees can’t build homes quickly enough in the remote Western Australian mining town where demand for land is so hot that the government organizes lotteries to select buyers.


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