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Property Funds and Finance | Nth/Sth America


Toronto’s hot housing market has entered a new phase: jittery.


Housing markets across the U.S. are increasingly becoming international, and changing demographics brought forth by immigration and growing interest from foreigners are positioned to bolster home sales activity and prices.


Landlords are cutting rents and prices, spooked lenders are holding back, and the industry loses hope for Trump tax cuts.


According to the National Association of Realtors president William E. Brown, major reforms are needed to lower tax rates and simplify the tax code, but that shouldn't come at the expense of current and prospective U.S. homeowners.


Toronto home price gains slowed in April and new listings soared the most in seven years, signaling the red-hot market may be cooling after the Ontario government imposed new measures to curb runaway gains in Canada’s biggest city.


The country has not been this bullish on stateside real estate since the ’80s


The Toronto housing market will get a new tax to fend off speculators and expanded rent-hike protection as Ontario attempts to slow record home-price growth.


According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's latest Builder Application Survey for March 2017, mortgage applications for new home purchases increased 6.7 percent compared to March 2016.


According to the latest research from CBRE Group, Inc., demand for U.S. commercial real estate assets from High Net Worth Individuals (HNWI) rose in 2016 to $10.3 billion. This marks the highest level since 2013.


82-unit project at 615 10th Avenue has Target as retail anchor tenant.


According to Freddie Mac's latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS), the average mortgage rate in the U.S. dropped in late March after two consecutive weeks of increases.



The possibility of a tax-code overhaul is casting a shadow over the $10 billion affordable-housing industry, which receives tax credits so valuable they often determine whether or not projects get off the ground


According to Knight Frank's recently released Wealth Report 2017, there is a change in ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWI) property investment patterns, driven by political uncertainty, cooling measures and barriers affect traditional markets.


Chinese insurer will take out $4B loan for condo conversion.


According to CBRE newly released Americas Investor Intentions Survey 2017, the prospect of increased U.S. economic growth combined with less regulation, means that investor sentiment for commercial real estate investment is marginally more positive than last year, despite the potential for rising interest rates.


According to the Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending March 3, 2017, mortgage applications increased 3.3 percent from one week earlier.


According to CommercialCafe, investment in the New York City office market dipped in 2016, as the total office sales volume in amounted to $21.1 billion. 


•Global ultra-wealthy population grows in 2016, despite political and economic uncertainty

•Sydney and Melbourne see highest net inflows of HNWIs globally; Perth is 8th on the global list

•Across the globe, Australasia sees strongest regional growth in UHNWIs 2015-2016 at 11%

•Sydney and Melbourne both projected to see 70% more UHNWIs over the next 10 years


According to the latest research from CBRE Group, Inc., capitalization rates on U.S. commercial real estate remained largely stable in the second half of 2016, as prices softened slightly


The development has faced significant community opposition.