News about Property issue #22

11/27/2010
Economic Insights: US gives thanks while Europe panicsProactive Investors UKVat will increase from 21% to 22% in 2013 and 23% in 2014; income tax thresholds will be lowered; there will be a new proper more…
11/27/2010
Neighbors, church at odds over towerThe Desert Sun“This market has been tough enough on all of us so anything that could adversely affect my property value is of great concern to me,” Demopoulos s more…
11/27/2010
Buy would give Simon an edge in BritainIndianapolis StarBlocked in its bid to buy its main US rival this year, Simon Property Group has turned its sights on Europe, where it reportedly will spearhead more…
11/27/2010
US Stocks Drop on European Debt, China Rates, Korean TensionsBloombergChina's government in the past month has stepped up a campaign to limit credit expansion after inflation quickened and propert more…
11/27/2010
The day Ireland was the envy of EuropeIrish IndependentCowen did warn later that year of "a soft landing'' in the property market, but that sounded no more threatening than a short slide more…
11/27/2010
ReutersThe luck of the Irish runs outABC OnlineAll these foreign investors also needed office space which helped fuel what began as a commercial property boom. The economy reached near full employment more…
11/27/2010
Globe and MailFour-year 'national recovery' planIrish TimesMadam, – Government ministers justified the planned 12 per cent minimum wage cut by stating that the Irish rate would be the “sec more…
11/26/2010
House-sitting service promises to set absentee homeowners’ minds at easeDaily Star – Lebanon… like it,” said Raya Mamarbachi, an estate agent with Simplyzigzag.com, one of the biggest onlin more…
11/26/2010
Telegraph.co.ukSimon Property May Bid for Capital Shopping to Expand in EuropeBusinessWeek26 (Bloomberg) — Simon Property Group Inc., the largest US shopping mall owner, may try to expand in Europe b more…
11/26/2010
B2B MortgageEurope has biggest debt funding gap, research shows.B2B MortgageProperty investment firms in the UK are particularly suffering, as British commercial property companies have an accumulated more…
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