Property in Sydney and Melbourne falls in price
Real estate prices in two key cities in Australia, Sydney and Melbourne, reached their record low level of 2012, Domain reports referring to a report by the Australian Office of Statistics.
80% of families in Latvia cannot afford to buy housing
This statement was made by Latvian Minister of Economy Arvils Aseradens. According to him, the rapidly growing demand for housing, as well as a weak purchasing power represent serious problems that limit the affordability of real estate in Latvian regions.
Sales of new housing in Israel are slowing down
According to a study published by the Central Bureau of Statistics, sales of new properties in the period from May 2017 to April 2018 have decreased by 19.2% compared to the period of May 2016-April 2017, Globes reports.
New residential projects in Monaco are in high demand
Monaco remains the most expensive real estate market in the world, however, prices throughout the country were stable in 2017 — at a level of €53,000 per square meter. At the same time, some apartments in demanded areas exceeded €100,000 per square meter.
Russian Railways may take part in ambitious Latin American project
Ministers from Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Peru met on June 15 in Lima to agree on the creation of a single regulatory framework for a project envisaging the construction of the bi-oceanic railway. The Russian Railways has also shown its interest in the project.
Polish diplomats “work hard” to complicate Nord Stream 2 construction
The Polish authorities insist that the European Union accelerates the elaboration of amendments to a gas regulation, the norms of which will complicate the construction of Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, the country's Deputy Minister of Energy Michal Kurtyka told Polish Radio.