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  1. In the 2000s we had the real estate bubble. In a book I published at the end of 2005, I predicted that real estate bubble would burst. Since 2008 they've ...

  2. Financing was easy to get; people with high credit ratings could use no-income, no-asset loans to buy real estate. The housing bubble was inflating so fast, investors could ...

  3. “Everybody’s taking 2017 out of the numbers, they should take 2016 out of the picture as well,” said Nursall of Sage Real Estate, who says the market west of the City of Toronto ...

  4. Rashid the following year as part of a glitzy armada led by a mega-yacht owned by Dubai's ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, at the height of the former British protectorate's real ...

  5. A hot housing market is leaving sellers in charge in Dayton as average and median home sales prices continue to rise and set new records. An Air National Guard veteran, Morrison, 73, is with ...

  6. At almost 25 percent, that weight is second only to the 29 percent peak level tech held during the internet bubble in 1999 and 2000. However, I would argue that there are significant ...

  7. Be mindful when buying in Colorado: The state might be in a new real estate bubble. Median home price: $350,000 Down payment needed: $70,000 How long it takes to save: Six ...

  8. A decade after the financial crisis, it’s time to look at European banks again, according to Allianz Global Investors. “We’ve been warming up to banks, but coming from the ice age to normal ...

  9. German home prices are rising at the fastest pace in decades, reviving talk of a property bubble. Michael Zahn’s company owns more than 160,000 apartments and he’s having none of it.

  10. Turns out that the couple owned a small agency in NY that specialized in real estate advertising.

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