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US foreclosures fall but fears of double dip rise

Alexandra Frean Times Online 12.02.2010
US foreclosures fall but fears of double dip rise

Home repossessions are expected to surge in the next few months after a double-digit decline in January, in signs that the housing market in the United States faces a double dip, a new report suggests.

Is a commercial real-estate crisis looming in the United States?

The recession might have a boomrang effect and the ability of small banks to provide loans might be in peril.

Finding the Right Real Estate Agent

Tanya Marchiol EV Living 26.01.2010
Housing Values Growing In Most Regions Of The United States

With the exception of the Northeast, housing values across the nation are on an upswing. The charge is being led by previously hard hit cities like Detroit, Michigan, who experienced a gain of 14.6% last quarter. But that good news is tempered by a more sobering statistic, as price recovery has been steepest in markets with the greatest concentration of REO property.

Finding the Right Real Estate Agent

Wise investors know they need some help when it comes to investing in real estate. Almost anyone looking at the housing market today can recognize the value available in buying property now, but understanding the best way to take advantage of that value requires specialized knowledge.

Southern California housing market strengthens in December

Alejandro Lazo The Los Angeles Times 20.01.2010
Southern California housing market strengthens in December

In a typically sluggish month, the median sale price rises 4% over the same period a year ago. It's the first time in two years that the measurement registered a year-over-year increase.

The Most Expensive Real Estate In The United States

While many US homes have declined in value due to the real estate crash, luxury estates like Tranquility, Albemarie House and Le Belvedere continue to command prices in the range of $72 million or more. With numerous amenities and custom touches, homes in the $100 million range offer one of a kind experiences that can't be acquired at a discount. See the following article from The Street for more on this.

Top 5 hotels in the U.S.

Tom Loftus Conde Nast Traveler 20.01.2010

Bad Times for Brokers

David M. Katz CFO 20.01.2010
Top 5 hotels in the U.S.

Condé Nast Traveler readers selected the best places to stay in the world for the 2010 Gold List. Of the 516 properties, 151 hail from the U.S. From that select list, here’s the top 5.

Bad Times for Brokers

In a topsy-turvy financial world, commercial insurance premiums have kept on a steady downward course. The trend continued in the fourth quarter of 2009, with prices for liability coverage declining and property insurance holding steady, according to a new survey of 1,100 risk managers.

New York's changing real estate face

ANDREA V. BRAMBILA Inman News 15.01.2010
More cash buyers entering local real estate market

2009 was a record year for foreclosures. We now have the figures. The RealtyTrac Year-End market report unveiled Thursday counted a record 2.8 million properties in foreclosure nationwide last year. Nevada led all states, followed by Arizona and Florida.

New York's changing real estate face

NEW YORK -- Pumping through this city is the knowledge and energy of millions. As the home of Wall Street and the site of the fallen World Trade Center towers, the city has shown resilience in the face of crisis and offers lessons that can be applied to the housing market as a whole, said real estate pros who spoke during a "Boom, Bust and Innovation" presentation at the Real Estate Connect conference Thursday.


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