With most job markets becoming competitive for both young job-seekers and older career professionals, many are not confident in establishing, much less sustaining, a certain level of active income. Given the situation, some investors see that opportunity resides most in global real estate. Whether it’s from modern in-city living or vacation-style accommodations, people can always profit from real estate. They just have to know what to look for.
Analyst Mike DelPrete said in the latest episode of the Daily Dispatch podcast that the data indicates 'there's going to be a very dramatic drop off in real estate volumes'
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Amidst fear and uncertainty, homeowners have begun hanging Christmas lights back up to signal their health and well-being while spreading hope to passersby
The administration didn't make clear how borrowers might catch up on payments later on
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Miami agent Nick Quay argued Thursday that real estate professionals can thrive by helping their clients understand how climate change will impact them
The alliance will make Concierge Auctions the 'preferred auction provider' of Sotheby’s, according to a statement
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The deputy mayor of Sambuca is 'freaking out' over the interest in €1 homes, according to a new CNN report
Tax benefits for the wealthy are drawing interest