Damoh, India Real Estate News

Damoh, India Real Estate News

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  • Hong Kong developer bucks falling trend as buyers sn...

    15 min ago | via South China Morning Post 

    Developer Sino Land sells 70 per cent of the 488 flats on offer at its Grand Central project in Kwun Tong A low-price strategy has proved effective in attracting anxious buyers as a prime residential project generated the strongest sales since October amid a property market correction in Hong Kong. In stark contrast to recent launches that has seen sales reaching at best 30 per cent of what was on offer, buyers shrugged the cold weather to snap up nearly 70 per cent or 330 of the 488 flats on offer at Sino Land's Grand Central 1,999-unit development in Kwun Tong by 3:00pm on Thursday.


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  • Families move in for Christmas

    37 min ago | via Ludlow Advertiser 

    FAMILIES have started moving in ahead of Christmas at a development to help address the shortage of housing in Tenbury and the Teme Valley. A new development in Clifton-on-Teme is offering options to encourage people with limited resources to afford a home.


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  • Canadian confidence in housing market running low: poll

    56 min ago | via Prince George Citizen 

    Even though owning a home is still widely seen as an important life milestone, most people - even homeowners - don't feel confident in today's real estate market Even though owning a home is still widely seen as an important life milestone, most Canadians are not confident in the current real estate market, according to a new poll released December 12 by real estate website Zoocasa. Overall, only 37 per cent of respondents said they are confident in today's housing market, the survey found.


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  • Regulators call out 'overly cautious' banks on lending

    1 hr ago | via Sydney Morning Herald 

    The nation's most powerful financial regulators worry some banks are being "overly cautious" in their lending decisions, after the royal commission ramped up pressure on banks to scrutinise new customers more closely. Amid growing financial market concerns about the potential economic harm caused by tighter credit conditions, regulators also reaffirmed the importance of banks continuing to lend money as they change their processes in response to the royal commission into misconduct in finance.


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  • Homes owned by black Americans undervalued by billio...

    Tuesday Nov 27 | via Curbed 

    Black Americans, long accustomed to facing more hurdles on the road to homeownership, may consistently find their investments in residential property undervalued, according to a new joint Brookings Institution and Gallup study released today. According to "The devaluation of assets in black neighborhoods: The case of residential property," owner-occupied homes are undervalued by the real estate market across all majority-black neighborhoods, and consistently sell or are appraised for lower prices, at an average of $48,000 per home.


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