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Old 05-10-2017, 02:24 PM
 
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It gives the ranking based on real estate price growth

3 chinese cities among the top 5. I suspect these are the only 3 chinese cities included in the study. Otherwise, probably all top 10 are chinese

https://kfcontent.blob.core.windows....-2017-4641.pdf
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Old 05-11-2017, 10:34 AM
 
Location: Brazil
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Well at least this one admits that doesn't know anything about Latin America and doesn't try to put San Salvador and Caracas as being leading cities of the region...
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Old 05-11-2017, 10:39 AM
 
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sounds like anyone really care about that part of the world

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Well at least this one admits that doesn't know anything about Latin America and doesn't try to put San Salvador and Caracas as being leading cities of the region...
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Old 05-11-2017, 11:17 AM
 
Location: Brazil
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Lol
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Old 05-16-2017, 10:26 PM
 
Location: Kansas/China
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Having the fastest growth isn't always a good thing, sometimes it's a sign of an impending bubble. Having seen numerous vacant Chinese real estate developments on a huge scale in person, I can't help but wonder how it won't come crashing down at some point.
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Old 05-17-2017, 11:49 AM
 
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China is a big country. Why the real estate price is 100 times higher in New York city than in Alaska,
but it is not a bubble in NYC?
The vacant developments are in some underdeveloped areas in China. But prices in prime cities have way more potential to grow. The price is suppressed at the current level because government intervention



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Having the fastest growth isn't always a good thing, sometimes it's a sign of an impending bubble. Having seen numerous vacant Chinese real estate developments on a huge scale in person, I can't help but wonder how it won't come crashing down at some point.
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Old 05-23-2017, 11:15 AM
 
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Now I finally understand the exact concept going on. Obscure at first to delve into. Thought the introduction was towards another topic identical to economic growth of Finance or Technology. Vague research title is one main reason why there is beginning confusion before clarification. Entirely towards the rising costs of residential living. Disturbing patterns of Gentrification. Although, depends on specific areas of this World, usually with average annual income stagnating occasionally or often. Continental angles, absolutely shocking Stockholm Sweden is going against the egalitarian society stereotypes. Sweden is not “who advocates or supports equal principles” when the rent is jumping up 10%-20% literally within one year! I wonder if those Independent Business stores are getting negatively affected with the monthly rent over there. On the contrary, a solid half divide of those mainland European cities are getting more affordable to luxury residential accommodation: Milan Italy, Zurich Switzerland, Vienna Austria, Rome Italy, London UK!, Moscow Russia, Geneva Switzerland. When reaching mainland Asia, Taipei Taiwan, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, New Delhi India are not having any troubles right now. Thus, becoming more affordable. Seoul, Shanghai are more expensive all of a sudden compared to Tokyo’s own rate. Incredible Guangzhou is the worst in all of our Globe to higher real estate prices. Nowhere on Planet Earth is having a -10 to -20% reduction with the daily money spending on average. https://kfcontent.blob.core.windows....-2017-4641.pdf
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