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China's stimulus-fueled stock boom alarms Beijing

Joe McDonald The Associated Press 03.08.2009
Property lenders in UK have kept many customers happy despite economic crisis, report shows

Property owners with mortgages in the UK are twice as happy with the service they get from small lenders than big lenders, according to a new report.

China's stimulus-fueled stock boom alarms Beijing

The middle-aged crowd in the packed Guosen Securities office jostle around buzzing printers that spit out receipts for their share buys, hoping to cash in on China's stimulus-fueled stock market boom.

Eye on business law: Trends in the face of economic instability

THEODORA KIO-LAWSON business day online 18.06.2009
Canadians still want rec homes despite economic gloom, report says

CALGARY - Despite the economic downturn, many Canadians are still dreaming of owning a recreational property, both as a long-term investment and to enjoy with family and friends, says a national real estate report released today.

Eye on business law: Trends in the face of economic instability

In 2008, we were told that that the global aftershocks of the credit crunch will have a major impact on the world’s poorest countries, which are ill-prepared for the likely fallout in 2009. Now, as the financial crisis defiantly endures and in some quarters deepens, the strokes are different for different folks.

Speakers:Commercial real estate far from recovering

Al Harris richmond bizsense 18.06.2009
Speakers:Commercial real estate far from recovering

At a seminar about commercial real estate lending yesterday, the outlook was grim. “Commercial real estate has not begun to feel the pain,” said Panelist Bob O’Rourke, managing director of real estate for the Guardian Life Insurance Company.

Real Estate, Take Notice! Manhattan's Share of Private-Sector Jobs Declines, Brooklyn's Increases

Manhattan’s share of New York City’s private-sector job market has continued its 50-year decline, according to a new report (PDF) from the Center for an Urban Future, a nonpartisan think tank based in the city.

Closing deals while prices remain lower

Shankar P. njbiz 16.06.2009

Financial slowdown ‘not surprising' in Vail Valley

Vail Daily Staff Report vail daily 16.06.2009
Closing deals while prices remain lower

Commercial real estate developers across the state are using the economic downturn to prepare for a rebound by renovating and repositioning existing properties in their portfolios, while some are boosting their inventory of land and buildings.

Financial slowdown ‘not surprising' in Vail Valley

VAIL VALLEY, Colorado — The economic numbers for Colorado's Vail Valley found in a new report by the Economic Council of Eagle County aren't pretty, but they're not surprising either, said Don Cohen, executive director of the council.

Economic meltdown is impacting on real estate agency– Ovesuor

Against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic meltdown which is impacting on all facets of the economy, a renowned estate surveyor and valuer, and managing partner of U. K. Ovesuor & Partner, Mr. Elias Ovesuor has noted that the impact is not too pronounced in real estate practicegenerally but on an aspect of the practice which is agency.

Real Estate Experts Positive on Bulgaria Economic Prospects

Real Estate experts Cushman and Wakefield have stated that Bulgaria is one of the countries in Europe with the possibility of having a more robust short term economic performance.


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