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Will France Become the Next Country to Endure a Property Slump?

An article in The Telegraph suggested France could be on the brink of a significant property market slump earlier this month, with Pierre Sabatier from consultancy PrimeView stating prices could drop by as much as 40 per cent over the next decade...

Thursday 31 May 2012

Is a Real Estate Bubble Germinating in Germany?

Despite the austerity, recession and alarmingly rising unemployment engulfing other Member States, Germany's economy grew by 3% last year, wages rose, and unemployment dipped below 7% for the first time since unification over 20 years ago...

Thursday 31 May 2012

Political Factors Affecting the Forex Market

When investing in the Forex market, there are a lot of different factors that can affect the condition of the market overall. While many different factors combine to affect the prices of current affairs in the market...

Thursday 31 May 2012

Established Cities ''Outperforming New-World Counterparts''

Prime global cities in the 'old world' have outperformed their 'new world' counterparts in the latest Savills World Cities Review. Looking back at the final six months of 2011, the firm revealed property prices in destinations it classes as old world - London, New York, Paris, Sydney and Tokyo...

Tuesday 29 May 2012

Stick With it Warns Jiabao Signalling More Pain for Chinese Housing

As local Chinese authorities continue to back-off from the country's property market restrictions, premier Wen Jiabao reiterates that the controls on the market are necessary and are here to stay...

Tuesday 22 May 2012

A Round-Up of Q1 2012 in the UK Property Investment Market

As the global economic crisis rumbles on, it was a slow start to the year in property investment markets around the world - and the UK was no exception...

Monday 21 May 2012

Global Real Estate: Is It Getting Worse Again?

For the second time now it seems that we are going from a little bit better to a lot worse in terms of the global real estate recovery. The world joined America and the UK in the crash at the end of 2008 and 2009 was the real year of the global crash. Since then we have had a recovery...

Friday 18 May 2012

Costa del Sol Property Market Remains Robust Despite Spain’s Economic Crisis

Amid the gloomy news headlines of plummeting real estate prices, multiple bank repossessions and as the Spanish government presses ahead with its austerity plans in a bid to get its house back in order; it appears that the sun has begun to shine once more on the prime Costa del Sol real estate market...

Friday 18 May 2012

Can the Australian Real Estate Market Rebound?

The Reserve Bank of Australia recently cut interest rates by 0.5% and further cuts are undeniably on the horizon. Property owners and private investors are understandably concerned about what this means for the value of Australian homes...

Friday 18 May 2012

International Property: Battle of the Capitals - Asia

If the Asian property boom were a man, it would be one of those guys you see on the televised body building competitions, ripped, rippled and pumped but just a little bit grrr at the same time. If it were a novel...

Thursday 10 May 2012

The Knock-on Impact of the Property Bubble Bursting in China

With much debate over whether or not the property bubble has burst in China, IPIN Global investigates recent developments and discusses the impact it will have on the country as a whole, its economy and assesses what the future holds in terms of property investment.

Thursday 03 May 2012