Cheap gas and a surging economy are taxing the nation’s roads and contributing to congestion that cost U.S. motorists almost $300 billion last year in wasted time and fuel, according to a new report.
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Much-needed renovations will take place this year to the old Carmangay Fire Hall.
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You probably don’t need a report to tell you that rent prices are soaring across South Africa, particularly in the Western Cape.
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China’s investment in the property sector will likely expand at a slower pace in 2017 as Beijing looks to curb speculation, while infrastructure spending is expected to maintain a double-digit growth, state media cited a government adviser as saying.
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SINGAPORE: Two recent charges against local real estate firms promoting overseas residential investments have put the spotlight back on such risky purchases.
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While you’ve been busily sealing your spot as one of the most expensive cities in the world, a couple of hours up the road, Newcastle has become the next big thing.
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As the world’s oil traders descend on London this week, the hot subject will be how to keep North Sea Brent, the benchmark for the global oil price, fit for purpose.
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There has been no stopping the red-hot Sydney weekend home auction market so far this year and it recorded another boom-time result at the weekend.
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With a property tycoon in the oval office, a lot of investors want to know what that means for the 1031 exchange, one of the best tax breaks in the real estate business. The nearly hundred year-old section of the U.S. Tax Code lets you exchange specific kinds of investment property without having to pay capital gains taxes when you make that sale.
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Britain has the most uncompetitive property tax regime in the world and the looming hike in business rates will leave many companies struggling to survive, experts say
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