China will seek solid progress in the battles against major risks of poverty and pollution in the next year, Xinhua said
Home sales in Poland are booming, said Aleksandra Galabuda, a consultant with REAS Residential Advisors in Warsaw.
In the country’s six main residential markets, including the tri-city area, the number of sales has been increasing by about 20 percent year over year since 2013, she said. That increase, agents said, can be attributed in part to low interest rates, declining unemployment and rising wages.
In Gdansk, an average of 2,000 homes were sold each quarter in the last 18 months, compared to 1,400 a quarter in 2015 and 1,200 in 2014, Ms. Galabuda said.
The global recession of 2008 hit the Croatian property market hard, with prices falling between 25 and 50 percent, brokers said, but in the past few years it has begun to recover.
While Dubrovnik continues to be the pearl of the Adriatic, the coastal areas of Split and Istria have seen moderate price growth, said Marko Ljutic, research and marketing manager of the real estate brokerage Dream Estates Croatia.
The Commerce Department said Monday that new-home sales last month rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 685,000
As it expands its global footprint, China seems out to literally change the geography of countries that are opening their doors to mega Chinese investments. Known for making everything from microchips to fireworks, it is now creating entire cities out of thin air.
Sales rose 2 % in October to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.48 million, the National Association of Realtors said Tuesday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said C$40 billion ($31.5 billion) would be spent over 10 years under the plan, with some 300,000 low-income households given an average of C$2,500 ($1,967) a year to help them find affordable housing
The Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) head of financial stability, Jonathan Kearns, said foreign buyers accounted for around 10 to 15 % of new construction
Bordeaux, which has a population of about 250,000, has “exploded with optimism and enthusiasm” in the last five years, said Michael Baynes, an executive partner of Maxwell-Baynes, the affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate in southwestern France. He credited Bordeaux’s restaurants and its proximity to the beach and wine country, as well as the high-speed train.
The remarks from regulators at the People's Bank of China (PBOC), the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MHURD) and the Ministry of Land and Resources
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