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Real Estate

  1. Real estate investors are now being "careful and prudent" about deploying more capital in the face of growing economic uncertainty, said CapitaLand Investment. 
  2. Three kinds of businesses would suffer the most if China's real estate troubles persist, according to ratings agency Fitch.
  3. A new wave of development is rippling through downtown Detroit as the city moves on from its legendary bankruptcy.
  4. Mortgage rates made unusually wide swings last week, and that may have caused some borrowers to try to take advantage and save money on a refinance.
  5. Senate Democrats' legislation would continue an existing limit on how pass-through businesses can use losses to reduce their tax bills.
  6. Consumer confidence in the housing market dropped to the lowest level since 2011, as both prospective buyers and sellers have become more pessimistic.
  7. As climate change threatens the U.S. with more natural disasters, it's becoming increasingly costly for Americans to insure their homes, experts say.
  8. Companies are cutting real estate footprints, and the budgets that go with them, according to a Gartner CFO survey.
  9. Are we in a recession? A former chief economist at the U.S. Department of Labor and a former chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers weigh in.
  10. Surging interest rates and home prices that have yet to decline have put housing out of reach for many Americans and shut the refinance pipeline for lenders.

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