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Two stocks could be the best play to ride housing boom, says Oppenheimer's Ari Wald

Ari Wald, Oppenheimer head of technical analysis, discusses how to trade the housing sector and several of its ETFs, with CNBC's "Fast Money" traders.

Source: Real Estate | 10 Jul 2020 | 10:09 am(NZT)

CEO of Century 21 parent says suburban home search is up across the country, following New York's lead

"In every urban geography, the web traffic ... has changed, versus 6 to 12 months ago, to be much more suburban," Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider said.

Source: Real Estate | 10 Jul 2020 | 7:48 am(NZT)

'Shark Tank' investor Herjavec: We're about to see biggest exodus from cities in 50 years

"I recently moved out of Los Angeles into a suburban area, and I can tell you on a very personal level, my area is on fire," "Shark Tank" investor Robert Herjavec told CNBC.

Source: Real Estate | 10 Jul 2020 | 6:40 am(NZT)

Wells Fargo tells new clients they need $1 million in balances for certain mortgage refinancings

The move shows how Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. mortgage lender and biggest player in jumbo mortgages, is operating under the dual pressures of the coronavirus pandemic and a Federal Reserve cap on its balance sheet.

Source: Real Estate | 10 Jul 2020 | 6:16 am(NZT)

Evictions could hit crisis level—Here's how it's impacting real estate trends

CNBC's Kelly Evans breaks down the threat of evictions amid coronavirus and trends in the housing sector with CNBC's Diana Olick and Ryan Schneider, CEO of Realogy.

Source: Real Estate | 10 Jul 2020 | 5:33 am(NZT)

Are Surfer Cafes and Green Markets What a Working-Class Beach Neighborhood Needs?

Sleepy Arverne is attracting entrepreneurs from its neighbor to the west, Rockaway Beach. As gentrification there continues, the community adjusts to the spotlight.

Source: NYT > Real Estate | 20 May 2019 | 9:46 pm(NZT)

Shopping Guide: Shopping for Outdoor Accent Tables

Because when it gets hot, you’ll need somewhere to put your cold drink.

Source: NYT > Real Estate | 20 May 2019 | 9:00 pm(NZT)

What's Selling Now: Homes That Sold for Around $1,500,000

Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.

Source: NYT > Real Estate | 19 May 2019 | 9:00 pm(NZT)

The Next Chapter for the Wineries on Long Island’s North Fork

The East End’s first vineyards were planted in the 1970s, and some family-owned businesses are now attracting investors from elsewhere.

Source: NYT > Real Estate | 19 May 2019 | 4:27 am(NZT)

Bobbie Raymond, 80, Visionary on Racially Integrated Housing, Dies

In Oak Park, bordering Chicago’s West Side, she fought for a fair housing law and helped curb white flight using a strategy that became a model.

Source: NYT > Real Estate | 18 May 2019 | 11:19 am(NZT)

Want to be a Lord or a Lady? Buy this £2m country manor and the title is yours 



Source: Property | 24 Jan 2018 | 5:08 am(NZT)

Inside Donaldson's: the building that 'should have been Scotland's parliament' is now luxury homes



Source: Property | 22 Jan 2018 | 7:00 pm(NZT)

How Dubai is rebranding itself into a family friendly property paradise 



Source: Property | 21 Jan 2018 | 7:00 pm(NZT)

Londoners locked out of Chancellor's stamp duty deal for first-time buyers



Source: Property | 21 Jan 2018 | 8:00 am(NZT)

The most spectacular church conversions on the market



Source: Property | 18 Jan 2018 | 7:00 pm(NZT)

Marks & Spencer in talks with Al-Futtaim to sell its Hong Kong, Macau businesses

British multinational retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) said on Wednesday that it had begun talks with one of its long-time partners Al-Futtaim, to sell the franchise of its retail business in Hong Kong and Macau, a move it expects to create a more “profitable and customer-centric International business”. The talks followed the British retailer’s strategic review of its international business in November last year that led to the closure of numerous stores in 10...

Source: South China Morning Post - Property feed | 30 Aug 2017 | 10:40 pm(NZT)

Evergrande shares rise to record as Hong Kong’s Chinese Estates keeps up its buying

Shares of China Evergrande Group rose to a fresh all-time high on Wednesday as Chinese Estates Holdings, controlled by Hong Kong tycoon Joseph Lau Luen-hung’s wife Kimbie Chan Hoi-wan, continued to build a stake in the property giant. An announcement by Chinese Estates on Monday night showed it had bought another 111 million shares in Evergrande between July 19 and August 29, making its total interest 5.83 per cent. It also said Chan personally held 35 million shares or 0.27 per cent of...

Source: South China Morning Post - Property feed | 30 Aug 2017 | 6:37 pm(NZT)

China turns rural land into rental housing for the first time to stabilise property prices

In a pilot scheme introduced to 13 Chinese big cities, farmers will for the first time be allowed to develop their collectively owned land into residential properties for leasing, in another government move to stabilise housing prices and bolster the rental market. The pilot scheme, announced on Monday evening by the Ministry of Land and Resources and Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, will cover cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Guangzhou where the sizable population...

Source: South China Morning Post - Property feed | 30 Aug 2017 | 12:00 pm(NZT)

More tiny flat developments release sale prices as Hong Kong’s love affair with small space continues

Hong Kong’s love affair with tiny flats shows no sign of cooling, with two more projects releasing pricing details this week before going on the market starting from the weekend. The two projects, CSI Properties’ COO Residence in Tuen Mun and The Amused in Cheung Sha Wan, which is built by Emperor International and the Urban Renewal Authority, are the latest to cater to growing demand for small units, known locally as “nano flats”, as sky-high prices prevent many...

Source: South China Morning Post - Property feed | 29 Aug 2017 | 10:31 pm(NZT)

Can RRJ Capital repeat its Midas touch with Lai Sun Development?

Richard Ong, chairman of Asian-based private equity fund RRJ Capital, sees himself as the man with the Midas touch. Now he wants to repeat his success with Hong Kong property developer Lai Sun Development. The former Goldman Sachs banker has made huge gains from two Hong Kong-listed mainland property stocks – CIFI Holdings and Logan Property Holding. In October 2013, RRJ invested in CIFI, which primarily invests in Shanghai, with an entry price of HK$1.52. The stock closed down 0.7 per...

Source: South China Morning Post - Property feed | 29 Aug 2017 | 9:36 pm(NZT)















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