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Developments - WSJ 2015-07-03 20:59:57
Greece appears to be slipping ever closer to an exit from the euro zone. While a potential catastrophe for the country, it might actually be a good thing for Europe's booming commercial real-estate markets.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-07-03 20:59:57
Greece appears to be slipping ever closer to an exit from the euro zone. While a potential catastrophe for the country, it might actually be a good thing for Europe's booming commercial real-estate markets.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 21:19:44
Contrary to popular perception, younger people aren?t more keen on trendy upgrades such as green materials and smart technology when it comes to renovating their homes, a new survey finds.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 21:19:44
Contrary to popular perception, younger people aren?t more keen on trendy upgrades such as green materials and smart technology when it comes to renovating their homes, a new survey finds.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 21:19:44
Contrary to popular perception, younger people aren?t more keen on trendy upgrades such as green materials and smart technology when it comes to renovating their homes, a new survey finds.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 21:19:44
Contrary to popular perception, younger people aren?t more keen on trendy upgrades such as green materials and smart technology when it comes to renovating their homes, a new survey finds.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 21:19:44
Contrary to popular perception, younger people aren?t more keen on trendy upgrades such as green materials and smart technology when it comes to renovating their homes, a new survey finds.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 16:43:07
The national supply of homes for sale is getting squeezed by the small amount of equity millions of would-be sellers have in their properties and relatively weak output from home builders, according to economists speaking Friday at a real-estate conference in Miami.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 16:43:07
The national supply of homes for sale is getting squeezed by the small amount of equity millions of would-be sellers have in their properties and relatively weak output from home builders, according to economists speaking Friday at a real-estate conference in Miami.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 16:43:07
The national supply of homes for sale is getting squeezed by the small amount of equity millions of would-be sellers have in their properties and relatively weak output from home builders, according to economists speaking Friday at a real-estate conference in Miami.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 16:43:07
The national supply of homes for sale is getting squeezed by the small amount of equity millions of would-be sellers have in their properties and relatively weak output from home builders, according to economists speaking Friday at a real-estate conference in Miami.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-26 16:43:07
The national supply of homes for sale is getting squeezed by the small amount of equity millions of would-be sellers have in their properties and relatively weak output from home builders, according to economists speaking Friday at a real-estate conference in Miami.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-25 20:14:09
Even in places where negative equity has mostly vanished, areas with lower median incomes are doing worse.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-25 20:14:09
Even in places where negative equity has mostly vanished, areas with lower median incomes are doing worse.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-25 20:14:09
Even in places where negative equity has mostly vanished, areas with lower median incomes are doing worse.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-25 20:14:09
Even in places where negative equity has mostly vanished, areas with lower median incomes are doing worse.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-25 20:14:09
Even in places where negative equity has mostly vanished, areas with lower median incomes are doing worse.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-25 17:56:46
Nela Richardson, chief economist for brokerage Redfin Corp., and Selma Hepp, chief economist for Zillow Group?s Trulia real-estate website, both said builders aren?t constructing enough entry-level housing to meet demand. They?re focusing more of their resources instead, the economists said, on building pricey homes for buyers with ample credit.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-25 17:56:46
Nela Richardson, chief economist for brokerage Redfin Corp., and Selma Hepp, chief economist for Zillow Group?s Trulia real-estate website, both said builders aren?t constructing enough entry-level housing to meet demand. They?re focusing more of their resources instead, the economists said, on building pricey homes for buyers with ample credit.


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Developments - WSJ 2015-06-25 17:56:46
Nela Richardson, chief economist for brokerage Redfin Corp., and Selma Hepp, chief economist for Zillow Group?s Trulia real-estate website, both said builders aren?t constructing enough entry-level housing to meet demand. They?re focusing more of their resources instead, the economists said, on building pricey homes for buyers with ample credit.


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