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A mansion on one of London’s most expensive roads is at the center of a legal spat between a widow of the late King Fahd Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia and a foundation he set up to manage the family’s global assets.
U.K. homebuilding expanded at the fastest pace in a year in September as an improving economy and record-low interest rates boosted construction growth.
Real-estate broker Warren Teller watched as the housing market in Richmond, Virginia, slowed dramatically eight years ago. Today, he’s witnessing a reversal.
In a quarter that saw a rout in global stocks, commodities and major currencies, at least one investment stayed hot: Manhattan apartments.
Singapore home prices dropped for an eighth quarter, matching the longest losing streak in 13 years, as tighter mortgage curbs cooled demand in Asia’s second-most expensive housing market.
China’s central bank cut the minimum home down payment required of first-time buyers for the first time in five years, stepping up support for the property market after five interest-rate reductions since November failed to reverse an economic slowdown.
U.K. house-price growth accelerated in September, according to Nationwide Building Society, increasing the risk of an unsustainable pickup in the market.
Wanted: Tenants who can stomach paying 8,766 francs ($9,026) a month. On offer: A six-room apartment with a fireplace and veranda in the center of Zurich.
Home prices in 20 U.S. cities rose 5 percent in July from the same month in 2014, propelled by improving demand and limited supply.