Monthly Archives: March 2014

Wall Street falls low in housing sales in US

The stock exchange in New York closed lower, after the Dow Jones industrial average fell 38.86 points (0.24 percent) to close at 15,000 521.97 points after falling home sales in June. Fewer Americans signed contracts to buy homes in June … Continue reading

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Mortgage applications fall in EU

Applications for home loans in the U.S. fell for a second week and higher interest rates reduced refinancing activity , according to figures released Wednesday by a group of industry figures .The activity index of mortgage applications Mortgage Bankers Association … Continue reading

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The price of second-hand housing in the U.S. in the third quarter recorded their biggest gain in 8 years

The average price of second-hand housing in the U.S. occurred in the third quarter rose by 12.5 % over the same period last year to $ 207,300 ( 153,555 euros) , representing the biggest increase since the fourth quarter of … Continue reading

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U.S. pending home sales reach 10-month low

Contracts to buy homes in the United States reached a new low of 10 months in October, but a strong rebound in activity in the services sector earlier this month suggests some resilience in the economy by the end of … Continue reading

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Venezuela is the first country purchaser of property in Florida: 60% of sales are cash in Miami

Like you , a few years ago we spoke with concern about the fate of the housing market in South Florida. The collapse of the mortgage finance system in the United States was a determining factor for the overnight towering … Continue reading

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Early establishment of houses falling in the U.S.

Home construction of U.S. homes fell in February for the third consecutive month, but a rebound in permits for new buildings provided some hope for the housing market, which struggles to emerge from a period of weakness. The Commerce Department … Continue reading

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Venezuelan Crisis increases buying condos in Miami

The political crisis and violence that exists in Venezuela has had a rather unexpected effect . Thus from the situation prevailing in the South American country has increased condo sales in Miami and real estate due to the instability , … Continue reading

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