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Mexico Betting on Infrastructure Development
22 March 2010
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It's not just Mexico, as there is a flurry of announcements in the early part of 2010 from various countries and sources. All are making plans or announcing investments in Mexico's infrastructure. Projects will impact highways, ports, waterworks, airports and resort development. • Australian investment fund, Macquarie Group, announced in January the launch of a new $408 million fund to make massive investment in Mexico infrastructure. Focusing on Mexican infrastructure opportuni...

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Canada - So Close But Real Estate Markets So Different.
11 January 2010
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Sharing a very long border with the U.S., as well as a number of governmental housing impetus goals, Canada's market is however definitely evolving differently that in the U.S. Perhaps it's more of a postponement of the inevitable, but there are arguments both ways about the health of the Canadian real estate markets and the economy as a whole. There is an abundance of good news: • According to reports about home prices from different provinces, Newfoundland registered the bigge...

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Gravity of Arizona Real Estate.
11 January 2010
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There is a great deal of very grave discussion about the real estate market in Arizona, but it's more about laws of physics and "what goes up." For a couple of decades, Arizona has been a shining star of growth. According to three U.S. government agencies that keep these types of records, in the period 2000-2008, Arizona was 2nd in population growth, 4th in employment growth, and 3rd in growth of personal income. The majority of that growth was decidedly concentrated in the period pre-2006, a...

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