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Real Estate News Making Headlines Around the World: 25-31 May 2010

by Marquette Turner

in Features, Money & Business, News & Views, Real Estate Radar, Variety

Interesting real estate and finance stories making headlines in print and online media from around the world for the week 25-31 May 2010:

AUSTRALIA: House prices up just 0.2% in April as demand continues to fall in Smart Company

BRAZIL: Consumer spending is vital to Brazilian property market growth in Property Showrooms

CANADA: Canada won’t fall victim to foreclosure wave: Report in CBC

CHINA: China Real Estate Bubble Bursts in Bond Market: Credit Markets in Bloomberg

HONG KONG: China, HK property retains allure despite wobbles in AFP

INDIA: The ugly side of land acquisition in India in Rediff Business

INDONESIA: Housing the Nation is No Simple Matter in The Jakarta Globe

IRELAND: Price slashed for Ireland’s most expensive property in Irish Central

ISRAEL: Israel 5th in home price rises worldwide in Y Net News

JAPAN: Lessons Learned: Comparing The Japanese And U.S. Bubbles in the San Francisco Chronicle

MALAYSIA: Outrage over abuse in low-cost flat purchase in The Sun Daily

NEW ZEALAND: $1m addresses on the increase in NZ Herald

PHILIPPINES: New real estate law to benefit practitioners in Manila Bulletin

RUSSIA: St. Pete Sells Building Rights for 3 Federal Landmarks in The Moscow Times

SINGAPORE: S’pore developers score big in The Straits Times

THAILAND: The likelihood of leasehold extension options in Thailand in The Bangkok Post

UAE: Foreign buyers seek Dubai dream in The National

UK: UK House Prices Rise 0.2% in May as Low Supply Boosts Values in Bloomberg

USA: Think housing is recovering? Think again. in CNN Money

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