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Vancouver, B.C. Crackdown On Empty Homes Carries $7,450 Daily Fine For Cheating

A cargo ship sails by buildings near the Port of Vancouver terminal in Vancouver, B.C., Canada’s most-expensive property market

Hong Kong Raises Stamp Duties To Tame Hot Property Market

Residential blocks are reflected on the glass panes of a business tower in Hong Kong November 3, 2010.

Vancouver, B.C. Home Sales Fall 39% As New Rules Chill Market

Sales fell to 2,233 in the month, from 3,646 a year earlier, the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver reported.

Miami Real Estate Likely To Be Increasingly Attractive To Buyers From China

Like any plant, growth of the Chinese bamboo tree requires nurturing — water, fertile soil, sunshine. In its first year, we see no visible

Cambodia’s Villagers Lose Ground – Literally – To Singapore’s Expansion

A dredging boat dredges sand in the middle of Mekong River near Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in March 2012. SEARCH FOR SOLUTIONS Singapore is buying

Virginia Lofts Can Be Apartments, Offices Or Both

The e-lofts offer one- and two-bedroom units, typically ranging from about 650 square feet to 1,200 square feet that rent for about $1,800 to

What Is The World’s Greatest Skyline?

A centuries-old Yemeni city stands alongside the gleaming towers of Hong Kong as one of the world’s most beautiful architectural views, writes Jonathan Glancey.

What to do when everything’s a bubble

Yesterday we talked about one small market in the US… but in fact there are dozens of cities across the world where property prices

Buying Back Your Childhood Home Has Never Been Easier

Brian West holds an old magazine that featured the home built in 1965 for his grandfather. Brian and his wife presented some of the