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HK warns of high property prices, may consider subsidies

Hong Kong's leader said on Thursday he was concerned about the rapid growth in property prices in the city, with the authorities to review and possibly announce fresh policies in October to subsidise home buyers.

New Steps by China to Contain Real Estate Prices

China is expected to impose a moratorium on share issues by real estate companies in mainland markets as part of a broader campaign to rein in rising property prices, state media said Wednesday, potentially blocking $16.1 billion in capital-raising.

California's median home sale price jumps 11.2% in February

Alejandro Lazo Los Angeles Times 19.03.2010
California's median home sale price jumps 11.2% in February

California's median home price rose a robust 11.2% in February from the same period a year ago as fewer foreclosure properties sold, while the number of homes sold fell 3.8%.

Property prices reach all-time high

The national median house price has attained its highest ever level, passing the $352,000 reached in November 2007.

Property prices 'to keep rising'

Houseladder Ltd 04.11.2009
Chinese cash inflates Hong Kong property prices

Hong Kong, China (CNN) -- The most coveted property on Hong Kong island is called "The Peak," overlooking the city's stunning Victoria Harbor.

Property prices 'to keep rising'

House prices will rise by a minimum of a five per cent next year, according to estate agent haart.

Property prices up 0.4%, says Nationwide

Average property prices in the UK grew 0.4 per cent in October, according to Nationwide Building Society.

Survey signifies tendency of rising property price on New Phetchaburi Rd

Fragrant Property disclosed the survey of properties and land price on New Phetchaburi Road; it was found that the price has tended to rise steadily, thanks to development of public utilities and transport.

Ireland just half way through its property slump with prices expected to tumble 45%

Property prices in Ireland could fall as much as 45% from the peak of the market in late 2006 due the economic downturn and increased costs of funding the banks, it is claimed.

Gloomy economists predict further UK property price falls in 2010 and beyond

Economists are pessimistic about the outlook for the UK residential property market in 2010 with predictions pointing to a further slump in prices.

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