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  • 'Unrelenting demand' for Asia property: Jones Lang LaSalle

    Stuart Crow, Head of Asia Pacific Capital Markets at Jones Lang LaSalle says Australia, Japan and China are the leading players in Asian commercial property,

  • Housing shortage in Australia is structural

    Kingsley Jones, Founder and CIO, Jevons Global tells CNBC's Cash Flow that the government needs to change its property taxation policy if it wants to prevent bubbling in the Australian property sector.

  • China market will grind higher till November

    Wendy Liu, China Equity Research at Nomura expects Chinese equities will continue to climb higher between now and November.

  • Laura Holcomb, who has been a homeowner for 17 years, and Patrick McCarty at Holcomb's house in Memphis.

    Across the country, a growing number of single-family rentals provide an option for many who lost their homes. But the decline in homeownership is also changing neighborhoods.

  • Views Of Downtown Condominium Construction As Mortgage Reduces Home-Starts Forecast on Slow Economy.

    Canada's overheated housing market continues to defy a U.S. style real estate crash, but even the most optimistic of investors are now bracing for pain.

  • A view of the under-construction Shanghai Tower

    The near-completion of the Shanghai Tower and the beginning of work on the world's tallest building in Changsha could be clear signs that the Chinese economy is heading for a fall.

  • What to Watch Out for in China

    Shaun Rein, managing director at the China Market Research Group, explains why his biggest Chinese concerns are the commercial real estate sector and the financial health of Chinese banks.

  • Dearth of Affordable Homes in Malaysia

    Kumar Tharmalingam, Executive Director, Chairman's Office at Sunway Berhad talks property with CNBC's Cash Flow and explains which regions he likes in Malaysia.

  • Rates on U.S. home mortgages surged to the highest level in close to two years last week as the recent sell-off in the bond market drove borrowing rates higher.

  • Commercial Property Remains Popular

    Alastair Hughes, CEO, Asia Pacific at Jones Lang LaSalle tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he likes the commercial property markets in Jakarta and Manila right now.

  • The Link Between Government and The US Housing Recovery

    Kathy Fettke, CEO and Founder of Real Wealth Network and William Poole, Senior Fellow at Cato Institute discuss whether the US housing recovery is on solid footing.

  • Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is looking at the world's largest cities, as possible locations to build a mile-high skyscraper that would be the world's tallest building by far.

  • Beijing is hoping that building more cities will create wealth for its people but as CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports, it's also fueling a debilitating rise in property prices.

  • Residential buildings stand in Beijing

    The Chinese government has gone on a building spree across the nation, but many fear that all they've done is simply build ghost towns. CNBC's China Correspondent Eunice Yoon filed this report.

  • Enthusiastically Overweight On Japan Equities: Pro

    Michael Kurtz, Global Head of Equity Strategy at Nomura sees the Nikkei 225 hitting 16,000 by the end of 2013 and highlights possible sectors that have yet to reap the benefits of 'Abenomics'.

  • CNBC Exclusive: Langham IPO & HK REITs

    Lo Ka-Shui, Chairman and Non-Executive Director of Langham Hospitality Investments discusses the decline in the company's share price following its recent IPO.

  • A sale pending sign is posted in front of a home for sale in San Francisco, California.

    Sales of bank-owned homes plunged to a five-year low, the latest evidence that foreclosure woes are easing as the U.S. housing market recovery gains momentum.

  • It would take a perfect storm, but there are worries the current economic boom for farmers could turn into a bust. The issue is how much debt farmers take on.

  • More home sales and higher home prices are adding up to bigger incomes for members of the nearly two million realtor industry.

  • Mortgage giant Fannie Mae has now been turning a profit for more than a year, and the chief beneficiary of that profit is the federal government.