Property market to be boost by the selling of public debt
"While a survey of the property market reveals global investors' growing appetite for repossessed homes, it also shows that Europe's poorest countries are worst off as they face rising repossessions while investment falls away.
The countries in the eye of the EU's economic storm – Ireland, Spain and Portugal and Italy – have "the highest net balance reading for likely forced selling," the survey conducted by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) reads.
In a worsening investment climate this is not good news for the EU's periphery".
“This is all about balancing youthful instincts with the trappings of success,” says architect Lee F. Mindel describing the transformation he oversaw for his clients, a Manhattan real-estate developer and his entrepreneur wife, who would be hosting dinners for their high-powered colleagues and friends. “The greatest form of grandeur for me is spaces that don’t constrict, that give you options.”
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