Uneven Economic Recovery Has Real Estate Implications

Low GDP growth and stagnant wealth among the middle class will cause real estate markets to remain relatively unchanged between 2016 and 2017.

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Transit Hubs: Are They the New Mall?

Developers are wanting to give commuters more reasons to stick around by offering dining, retail, and even residential options.

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Parents May Need a New Mortgage Perspective

Many parents recently surveyed say their mortgage payments are having a major impact on their ability to save. But they may be looking at that…

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Owners Are Spending More on Remodeling

Rising home prices are encouraging homeowners to reinvest in their homes.

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MLS Says It's First to Offer Chinese Translation

As buyers from China increasingly purchase property in the U.S., an MLS platform sets out to remove any potential language barriers from the real…

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Luxury Sellers Aren’t Going to Like This

More high-end home sellers across the country are being forced to offer discounts as the luxury real estate market shows signs of softening.

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Gettco Construction bags 33-story tower project

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The 33-storey Al Seeliya Tower project has been awarded to Gettco Construction, a subsidiary of Al Sawari Holding, with completion date set for year-end Continue Reading →

Qatar: Ashghal opens Hamad Port-Truck Route link

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Forming part of the New Orbital Highway project, a road linking Hamad Port with the Truck Route has been opened, with the intent of easing congestion and better managing heavy-vehicle movement Continue Reading →

Parsons makes security and intelligence hire

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Parsons has appointed Robert J Miller III to the position of director of business development for its Security & Intelligence Division Continue Reading →

McDermott secures $34.1m net profit in 2016

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Revenues earned in 2016 totalled $2.63bn, a decrease of $434.3m, compared to $3.07bn in the previous year Continue Reading →