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3 Real Estate Market Challenges to Tackle Throughout the Year

RISMEDIA, March 11, 2010—It’s not likely anything could surprise us as much as the sheer magnitude of the slowdown we’re experiencing. Just be prepared for anything going forward.

Canada’s Real Estate Market Expects Better Housing Starts

The real estate market of Canada failed to show any signs of recovery, though a research expected 10% of Canadians to start indulging in buying homes in a period of next two years and the percentage of Canadians who seek buying a house as a long term investment increased to 91%.

Dubai Developer Confident That Real Estate Market Has Hit Bottom

The CEO of one of the largest developers in Dubai recently stated that the Dubai real estate market has hit bottom. While Deyaar CEO Markus Giebel remained unclear on whether the market would go up or down in 2010, he believes that Dubai's strong fundamentals will lead toward a recovery in the Dubai market starting in 2011. See the following article from Property Wire for more on this.

Rapid Recovery Expected For Malaysia's Real Estate Market

Malaysia's real estate market has fallen in each of the past two years, but the consensus is that Malaysia's housing market will recover in 2010. Economic growth is expected to return as well, thanks to recent tax reductions, favorable residential lending conditions and favorable capital gains treatment, among other factors.

Dubai real estate market to see 'selective stability'

Parag Deulgaonkar Business24-7 25.01.2010
Dubai real estate market to see 'selective stability'

"Selective stability" will be witnessed across the office and residential sectors of Dubai's real estate market in 2010 with the market moving to become more tenant-friendly, according to Jones Lang LaSalle Mena.

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.

Rise in property loans seen as a good sign for UK real estate market in 2010

Property loan approvals in the UK are at their highest since March 2008 and will help the real estate recovery in 2010, it is claimed.

Potential Buyers Growing While Supply Shrinking In UK Real Estate Market

Growth in the number of prospective home buyers, coupled with declining property supply, has helped UK property prices rebound in 2009. Prime country real estate has performed exceptionally well of late, and has made up most of the ground lost since the economic collapse. Restored consumer confidence, returning foreign investors and affordable and accessible credit all point to price stability in 2010. For more on this, see the following article from Property Wire.

Cautious Optimism For Commercial Real Estate Markets In 2010

The commercial property forecast for 2010 calls for cautious optimism among investors, with bargains still to be found as prices recover. Across the globe progress has been uneven, however, from stagnation in Central Eastern Europe to promising prospects in the Asian market. In the US market recovery is lagging, while in the UK prices have been ahead of the curve. See the following article from Property Wire for more on this.

Australia property firms see pick-up, shares rise

SYDNEY, (Reuters) - Three Australian property firms gave cautiously optimistic outlooks for the local real estate market on Thursday, sending shares in the sector higher.

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