Which is the best economic strategy: delayed gratification, or live for today?
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A drop in London property prices is “inevitable,” according to a London estate agent.
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The Auckland property market appears to be “turning” after seven years of constant price rises, says the city’s biggest real estate agency.
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The vast majority of overseas companies that own property in London, including many used by individuals to help disguise their ownership, are registered in tax havens, according to a report by Transparency International UK and Thomson Reuters.
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Across Alberta, apartment vacancy rates are rising while monthly rents are falling.
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Construction of the long-stalled Century Park development could resume next year under a new plan that would see the site become one of Edmonton’s largest transit-oriented housing projects.
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Following a week of budget workshops council will spend Tuesday’s meeting discussing administration’s proposals for tax and fee writeoffs and cancellations.
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Oil demand growth in the world’s fastest-growing crude market may weaken as the government’s cash crackdown slows the economy.
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Another group of St. Paul property owners, including Cherokee State Bank and the Green Mill, has appealed the right of way fees the city charges for snowplowing and street maintenance to the courts, essentially suing the city over fees they say are unfair and unconstitutional.
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Gold traders expect the price of gold to climb between 25 per cent to 50 per cent next year as a coming swarm of political uncertainties will lead investors to bet on the precious metal.
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