|Canada pension manager invests in U.S. real estate
VANCOUVER, British Columbia , Feb 27 (Reuters) - The
CPP Investment Board, one of Canada's biggest pension
|Domain Name Bonanza!
It has been several years since the last "land grab"
for great real estate domains.
|Europeans' new real estate mantra: Go west
Emboldened by the strength of the pound and euro, Europeans
are eyeing real estate across the Atlantic, while the
weak dollar is forcing Americans to think twice about
property in Europe.
Long-Term Real Estate Picks
Like most Millionaire Zone investors, you invest long
term. You like real estate because it has a solid long-term,
fundamentals-based track record over the long haul.
|Forecast positive for Wichita real estate
forecast Tuesday with an outlook of the 2007 real estate
market, both nationally and in Wichita. Dotzour outlined
statistics and trends on real estate absorption and property
values and how that would affect the industry.
|Future net worth depends on how home is financed
I am buying a house for $180,000, which I could pay for
by selling assets, but everybody tells me to leave my
assets alone and take out a mortgage.
estate investors find solid gains overseas
NEW YORK - As most folks know, real estate is all about
location. And for real estate investors, that location
increasingly does not bear a United States ZIP code.
|Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.quarterly profit rose 34 percent
NEW YORK, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Real estate services company
Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. (JLL.N: Quote, Profile, Research)
on Tuesday said quarterly profit rose 34 percent, beating
Wall Street's forecast, as real estate investment worldwide
|Manufactured home can be lousy investment
DEAR BOB: In 2003 we bought a modular home and had it
set up on a lot we owned. After all the expenses of having
a foundation built, plumbing and wiring installed, etc.,
when we sold it in late 2006 we barely got our investment
| New home-heating options
If you're remodeling or adding on to your home, one of
the considerations you'll be facing is how to heat that
| Ottawa real estate booming
A new report from Colliers International says investment
in Ottawa's commercial real estate market surpassed $1.1
billion last year, a level not seen since 2003.
|RBI bars NBFCs from real estate speculation
MUMBAI: After making it difficult for banks to lend to
real estate, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has placed
restrictions on finance companies investing in real estate.
|Real estate agents face fines, expulsion
VICTORIAN real estate agents who take advantage of the
state's tight rental market face fines and possible expulsion
from their industry group.
|Real Estate Man Charged in Ponzi Scheme
A real estate promoter was charged in a federal indictment
unsealed Thursday with stealing tens of millions of dollars
from investors in a Ponzi scheme and using the money to
pay for jewelry
savings beyond property exchanges
If you own your home (or want to) and/or investment real
estate but don't fully under its tax benefits, "Selling
Real Estate Without Paying Taxes, Second Edition"
by attorney Richard T. Williamson shows how to maximize
your tax advantages.
|TheStreet.com Ratings: Real Estate Funds
On March 6, the National Association of Realtors announced
that pending home sales for January fell 4.1% from December
and 8.0% from a year ago.
|This week's Real Estate stories
More incentives and price cuts from home builders may
be needed during the spring selling season to boost sales
|Troubles hit real estate at the high end
Until now, deep-pocketed Wall Street tycoons and foreign
investors benefiting from a weak dollar seemed to be holding
up the luxury real estate market even as the low-end fractured.
the Internet to Market Individual Listings
When an agent goes on a listing presentation, it is opportunity
time in many different ways! For one, it is a chance to
display one's innovative marketing skills that sets the
successful Internet savvy agent apart from the mediocre
|Wealthy Say Real Estate Is A Good Investment
survey by Citi Smith Barney says that over half of millionaires
and 40 percent of affluent investors, those with $100,000
in assets excluding real estate and employer retirement