A limited supply of properties for sale and heightened demand fuelled robust price rises in Miami in the first quarter of 2012, the latest figures show.Read full article: [Demand and lack of supply fuels robust property prices increases in Miami]
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.
Cash rich Latin Americans, spearheaded by Venezuelans and Brazilians, have led a charge into Miami real estate, helping to spur a recovery in the state’s housing market.Read full article: [ Cash paying Latin American property investors invade Florida real estate market]
There were fewer property foreclosures in the United States in 2011 than in the previous year, according to the latest figures from CoreLogic, a leading provider of information and analytics.
Pending home sales in the United States rose strongly in October and remain above year ago levels, according to the latest figures from the National Association of Realtors.Read full article: [US pending property sales surged in October, latest data show]
Commercial real estate markets in the United States have been relatively flat this year, but improving fundamentals mean a more positive trend is expected in 2012, according to the National Association of Realtors.Read full article: [US commercial real estate market expected to improve in 2012]
A slight rise in US property prices is unlikely to help the real estate sector recovery as experts predict price falls during the rest of 2011 and into 2012.Read full article: [Experts predict US property prices will fall in rest of 2011 and beyond]
Existing residential property sales in the United States increased in August, even with ongoing tight credit and appraisal problems, along with regional disruptions created by Hurricane Irene, according to the latest figures from the National Association of Realtors.Read full article: [Positive signs in US property market despite tight credit and low economic confidence]
Real estate investors are expecting a widespread rebound in US commercial real estate markets, according to a new analysis of the market.Read full article: [US commercial real estate market rebound predicted]
Sales of residential property in the United States declined in July with experts blaming a lack of lending that is holding back the real estate recovery.Read full article: [US real estate sales down in July as lack of lending hampers recovery]
Sales of homes and apartments in Miami, Florida, are continuing their upward trend and are now 47% and 33% higher than a year ago, the latest figures show. Miami appears to be leading a sales revival in the sunshine state.Read full article: [Miami leading real estate boom in Florida, latest data shows]
Five years after the peak of the residential real estate market in the United States the bumpy road towards stabilisation is underway, according to the latest analysis from Zillow.Read full article: [Latest market report shows signs of US property market stabilising]
Residential property prices in the United States increased 0.7% in June compared with the previous month but the real estate sales market has slowed considerably in the last year.Read full article: [US property prices up for third month in a row]
Existing residential property sales in the United States eased back in June as contract cancellations spiked unexpectedly, although prices were up slightly, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors.
Stability in the US residential property market will lead to a quicker and greater economic recovery, according to the National Association of Realtors.Read full article: [US estate agents calls for govt not to jeopardize fragile property market recovery]
New office leases are being signed at a record pace in Manhattan suggesting a rapidly strengthening commercial real estate market, according to the latest quarterly report from consultants Cushman & Wakefield.Read full article: [Manhattan office property market strengthening, data shows]
Current residential real estate sellers in the United States who bought their home in 2007 or later are over pricing their properties by an average of 14.1%, according to analysis of for sale listings on Zillow.Read full article: [US property owners over pricing when it comes to selling, research suggests]
Most Americans still believe that owning a home is a solid financial decision, and a majority of renters aspire to home ownership as a long term goal, according to a new survey from the National Association of Realtors.Read full article: [Americans signal opposition to proposed deposit rules for home buyers]
The residential property in the United States is all over the place with the latest figures from the National Association of Realtors showing that existing home sales were down in May.Read full article: [Sales and prices all over the place in US, latest data shows]
A trophy estate in Florida owned by John Kluge, once ranked by Forbes as the world’s wealthiest individual, has been put up for sale with a price tag of US$59 million.
Attracted by bargain prices, Canadian buyers are driving a property sales surge in the US, particularly in the Orlando area of Florida, according to data from leading realtors, Coldwell Banker Feltrim.Read full article: [Canadians become top Florida property bargain hunters]
Pending residential property sales in the US fell in April following increases in February and March, with unusual weather and economic softness adding to ongoing problems that are preventing a recovery, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors.Read full article: [US residential property market sales slower than expected, latest data shows]
United States commercial property prices fell to a post recession low in March as sales of financially distressed assets weighed on the market, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
The United States continues to remain a top destination for foreign buyers as international purchases surged by $16 billion this year, one of the highest increases in recent years.
Sales of existing properties in the United States increased in March, continuing an uneven recovery that began after sales bottomed last July, according to the National Association of Realtors.Read full article: [US property market seeing an uneven recovery, latest data suggests]
Some US commercial real estate prices have gotten so high they may not be able to generate enough cash to justify the price tag, it is claimed.Read full article: [Some US commercial real estate overpriced, according to expert]
Optimism has increased slowly but steadily in Florida real estate markets through the fourth quarter of 2010, according to the latest survey from the University of Florida.Read full article: [Real estate optimism slowly increasing in Florida, new report shows]
Read full article: [US property sales increase and prices stable, RE/MAX report shows]
After five consecutive months of declines, residential property sales in the United States rose 13.2% in December from the prior month, according to the RE/MAX National Housing Report.
For the first year since the financial crisis began, annual foreclosure auction filings in the United States’ repossession hotspots of California, Arizona and Nevada have declined.
Residential property prices in the United States fell 5.07% in November compared with the previous year, the fourth month in a row of declines, according to the latest report from CoreLogic.Read full article: [US property market faces long road to recovery]
Property foreclosures in the US fell to 21% in November from the previous month as lenders continued to review procedures for more signs of documentation problems, according to a new report.Read full article: [US property foreclosures down, latest figures show]
Tax incentives are credited with helping residential property sales and prices in California soar, but sellers lowering unrealistic values is also helping, experts claim.Read full article: [Recovery in California real estate market fuelled by tax incentives, experts suggest]
Residential property prices in the US increased 6.8% in May compared with a year ago, the largest annul increase since July 2006, the latest figures to be published show.Read full article: [US real estate recovery boosted by annual property price increase of 6.8%, report shows]
Two of the world’s wealthiest real estate investors have revealed that they don’t expect property markets in the US to recover until next year.Read full article: [Wealthy property investors predict US real estate recovery won’t appear until next year]
Read full article: [US commercial property prices rising but concern remains over rising defaults and foreclosures]
More property markets in the US are expected to recover in 2010 at the nation’s real estate markets move closer to stabilization, according to the latest forecasts.Read full article: [US property market outlook positive in many states, analysts predict]
Property foreclosure filings are decreasing in the US but the number of owners getting into difficulty is still up 18% on the same time last year, according to the latest published figures.Read full article: [US foreclosure rates down but still almost 20% higher than a year ago, report shows]
Almost $500 billion has been wiped off the value of residential properties in 2009 but that is less than the previous year and research shows that nearly one in three markets have seen prices rise this year.Read full article: [US properties see $500 billion wiped off values in 2009, down significantly from 2008, report shows]
Almost one in ten property owners in the US are prepared to walk away from their homes if the felt that negative equity would put them in a vulnerable position, according to a new survey.Read full article: [Up to one in ten property owners in the US ready to walk away from negative equity, says survey]
House price confusion is clouding confidence in the real estate market in the US, according to a new survey.Read full article: [House price confusion is clouding confidence in the real estate market in the US]
Almost a third of existing properties sold in the US in the last three months were either short sales or foreclosures, the latest figures show. But new property sales are up much higher than expected.Read full article: [New property sales up in US but existing real estate sales dogged by foreclosures]
A task force launched in Florida in the US aimed at bringing the state's escalating foreclosure crisis under control has revealed the details of its plan.Read full article: [Florida foreclosure task force unveils plan to tackle escalating re-possessions]
The number of existing properties being sold in the US is rising, with a rise of 3.8% in the second quarter of this year one of the most encouraging signs that a real estate recovery is on its way.Read full article: [Rising property sales in US will help revive economy]
A legal row has broken out over the renovations of two historic properties in New York owned by international celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz.Read full article: [Celebrity photographer facing law suit over $24 million renovation of chic Manhattan properties]
The number of foreclosures in the US is continuing to rise with one in every 355 households facing default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions, the latest figures show.Read full article: [Steep rise in US foreclosures stems talk of real estate market recovery]
Loan providers in the US may be forced by the government to speed up modifications to hundreds of thousands of mortgages aimed at alleviating the real estate crisis in the country.Read full article: [US govt ready to get heavy handed with mortgage providers to help boost real estate market]
Falling residential property prices in the US will plunge millions of more home owners into negative equity by 2011, according to a new report from Deutsche Bank.Read full article: [Almost half of US property owners could face negative equity by 2011]
As the property market recovery gets under way in China developers are looking for cheap residential land in Australia and the US, it is claimed.Read full article: [Chinese developers looking for land in Oz and US]
The crisis in the property loan sector in the US is such that experienced mortgage brokers are actually more likely to make offers that end in default and foreclosure, according to new research.Read full article: [Experienced US loan arrangers made less rigorous offers at the height of property boom]
Residential property prices are soaring beyond expectations in many markets in the US with analysts and market observers starting to talk about a recovery and growing confidence in the real estate sector.Read full article: [Real estate market observers in US talking of recovery]