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Author: cashinasnap
Sunday, July 21, 2013 10:39     Reply
Irvine
California

European market has got its saturation, the developed European nations are now saturated making them more opaque to real estate business there is very less demand of huge construction projects whatever it has it is far beyond rest of the world. Same is the case with United states also being on peak it has got very less scope of further real estate development, but what dilutes the worry of these construction companies are the developing nations. Alone the BRIC nations constitute more than 50% of real estate money inflow and outflow as these are developing nation thus the market is not saturated the demand is more and rate of supply is less making the price of property very high.

Author: Steven Lyon
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 04:05     Reply

Alaska
Yes, BRIC nations are coming up the hard way by encouraging domestic consumption and reducing reliance on exports. But barring China and India, the growth rate fo the other three countries are still dependent upon extraneous factors.
Author: David Wilson
Tuesday, January 20, 2015 02:23     Reply
Brea
California

Well, I do agree with you that European market has come to the saturation point but there is potential growth in the BRIC nations. This is basically because of the facts that they have the fastest-growing urban areas in the world and, based on current trends, we estimate a massive million people will move to cities by 2050. This will have significant implications for demand for urban infrastructure, real estate, and services.

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