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British home prices will plummet if the United Kingdom votes to leave the European Union this week, Wilbur Ross says.
Wilbur Ross, W.L. Ross & Company chairman, shares his thoughts on the likely impact Brexit would have on the housing market in the U.K.
The strain on housing supply has put strong upward pressure on home prices in most markets, but apparently not all markets, says Trulia.
Some Chinese property developers have been expanding heavily into the new property cycle which worsens their debt profile, says S&P Global Ratings' Christopher Yip.
Most Chinese investors look to buy U.K. real-estate for education purposes and because it's a long-term trend, a British exit from the EU is unlikely to dent demand.
This city is so short of housing that the government will now pay cash to help people relocate another town.
DBS Vickers' Carol Wu says China Vanke's deal with Shenzhen Metro would lead to a near-term EPS dilution and might not have long-term benefits.
BNP Paribas' Lee Wee Liat says Beijing's moderate tightening measures have helped to stabilize property prices at high levels.
Mizuho Securities Asia's Alan Jin discusses China Vanke's attempt to make Shenzhen Metro its biggest shareholder to avoid a takeover by Baoneng Group.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports that the Justice Department has dropped its investigation into Angelo Mozilo.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on housing. And CNBC's Diana Olick sifts through the data to get a read on the real estate market.
Starts slipped as multifamily housing construction dropped, but gains in building permits suggested a rebound that would continue to support growth.
Even for a sector accustomed to sensationalist headlines, U.K. property has sparked its fair share of scrutiny in the run-up to the Brexit vot
Ko Barclay, director of KOIAN, criticizes the U.K. government's stamp duty and explains how it has affected housing demand.
David Adams, managing director at John Taylor, talks about the current state of the U.K.’s housing market, with specific comment on London.
Northacre CEO, Niccolo Barattieri di San Pietro, says the U.K. government needs to work with developers to deliver more housing supply.
Northacre CEO, Niccolo Barattieri di San Pietro, shares his outlook for the high-end property market in the U.K.
There’ve been many conflicting views about where U.K. housing is headed, but given political uncertainty and mixed economic data, what’s the real forecast? CNBC’s Gemma Acton discusses.
The surge in rental prices has eased a bit in recent months, but the forces driving rents higher remain in place.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the positive home builder sentiment index reading for June.
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