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Analysts expect a 20% increase in global property investment markets in the second half of 2012 led by the Americas and driven by increased confidence and a release of pent up investor and tenant demand.
A national write-down of three million negative equity mortgages in the United States, cutting borrowers’ loan balances to the point where they have positive equity in their properties, could cost the country’s taxpayers $100bn, says Edward DeMarco, the acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Didn't think you could lose your home over a mere 80 cents? Think again.
How well run are America’s 50 states? The answer depends a lot on where you live.
International tourism grew by almost five percent in the first half of the year, recording a record 440 million arrivals, the World Tourism Organisation said Thursday.
President Barack Obama has proposed a $450 billion package designed to boost jobs in the US. Speaking yesterday to Congress, the President urged for immediate action on the proposals.
Three years ago the US government took over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in hopes of protecting the mortgage market from collapsing. Who really benefited from the bailout and what are the possible solutions?
June saw a 9.4% increase in housing starts across America compared with May, figures have revealed.
Vacancy rates at U.S. malls are at their highest level in years. So why are investors pouring money into them?
The US president is determined to roll out high speed rail services across the country and ease travel links between major cities, despite objections from Republican senators.
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