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D.C. Population Has Grown by 13.2% Since April 2010
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D.C. Population Has Grown by 13.2% Since April 2010

With over 681,000 residents by current estimates, the District has reached its... More

Chinese Home Buyers Are Looking Into Smaller U.S. Markets
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Chinese Home Buyers Are Looking Into Smaller U.S. Markets

Lake Whitingham, Vt., Monterey, Fla., and Walla Walla, Wash. are among the smaller... More

Environmentally-Friendly Coolant Raises Flammability Concerns
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Environmentally-Friendly Coolant Raises Flammability Concerns

HFO-1234yf is a potential replacement for HFCs – but detractors worry about its... More

A Former Banker Warns of Dangers of Over-Investment in Real Estate
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A Former Banker Warns of Dangers of Over-Investment in Real Estate

Satyajit Das shares his look at the investment conditions behind the economic crisis. More

Dubai’s “The Tower” is On Track to be The World’s Tallest Building by 2020
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Dubai’s “The Tower” is On Track to be The World’s Tallest Building by 2020

828+ meter tower will be “a notch taller” than the current world’s tallest... More

New Foreign-Buyer Tax on Real Estate Hits High-End Properties in Vancouver
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New Foreign-Buyer Tax on Real Estate Hits High-End Properties in Vancouver

Luxury sales have fallen 57.5% since the imposition of the 15% tax in early August. More

A Look at the Advantages of Home Auctions
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A Look at the Advantages of Home Auctions

Forbes contributor Steve Udelson cites Australia’s growing home auction market as... More

China's Richest Man Warns of 'Biggest Bubble in History'
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China's Richest Man Warns of 'Biggest Bubble in History'

Chinese tycoon Wang Jianlin made his fortune in the country's real estate market -... More

Vancouver’s Housing Market Is The Biggest Bubble Risk in the World, says UBS
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Vancouver’s Housing Market Is The Biggest Bubble Risk in the World, says UBS

Many major European cities are not far behind, owing to low interest rates. More

As South American Capital Flow Slows, Miami Condos Draw Mexican Investors
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As South American Capital Flow Slows, Miami Condos Draw Mexican Investors

Developers are paying more attention to the No. 6 country in South Florida’s... More

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