High prices, drying up of bank lending and government efforts to reduce black money could possibly result in a crash in realty prices in India’s metropolitan cities
Foreign investors are swooping in to snag cheap island villas in Greece as the country’s financial troubles mount.
Making it even more attractive to investors is the fact that it’s a city of middle-class renters where 48% of the population rents.
The state has mandated a reduction in water consumption by 25 percent due to a severe four-year drought, and some cities are pointing the finger at pools as big water wasters
Economists are quick to note that this isn’t 2006 and there’s no reason for concern of a repeat, at least for now.
Bass Pro opened its newest store in downtown Memphis last week. You might not think that another sport shop opening is newsworthy but this is no ordinary sports shop.
If nothing else, the Memphis commercial real estate market is dynamic and growing.