Inflation came in hotter than expected in January, and it may take a few more months to know if that was a fluke or if price increases are getting stickier. But one key part of the inflation picture may already look far worse than things really are.
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Real estate agents across the emirate have welcomed new rules implemented by Dubai’s Land Department (DLD) and are hoping it will remove fake listings and fraudulent advertisements.
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PwC Cyprus presented its annual report for the Cypriot real estate market, which includes important information about the sector’s performance in 2023.
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The housing stock in Spain is very old. The average age of the used housing stock is 43.5 years, according to data from the National Federation of Real Estate Associations (FAI), which means that millions of homes have a significant lack of accessibility, comfort and energy efficiency. In fact, 90% of the houses are over 18 years old and this number is increasing every year due to the slowdown in the construction of new houses.
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For just under $18,000, guests can stay at an Airbnb in Humble listed as having the third most expensive nightly rental fee in the state. In a recent report by BestBrokers, a trading company, analysts looked at the most expensive Airbnbs in every state.
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In this sought after Inner West suburb, a unit has surpassed expectations by selling $305,000 above it’s reserve, prompting the agent to call it the “Goldilocks suburb” – a perfect fit for homebuyers seeking the balance of value and lifestyle.
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It was good news for former coal billionaire Nathan Tinkler this week, when his palatial beachfront home north of Coffs Harbour was pulled from the market.
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The City of Edmonton is considering developing a urban farming program to build healthier communities and gain better access to underutilized urban land.
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It’s been two years since the Bank of Canada started the most aggressive interest rate hike campaign in its history in a bid to tame rampant inflation, and the Canadian economy looks vastly different.
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Tina Doucette has become pretty frugal in recent years. The self-employed housekeeper has cut back on television and gardening, ditched her cell phone, cranked back the thermostat, put on sweaters and extra socks, and switched to a spray-bottle and a fan instead of an air conditioner just so she pay her bills.
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