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Neighbouring Visions - 2 Oct 2014
21 PICTURES
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/HOUSING
RTR48MUD
October 02, 2014
A view of semi-detached homes in the Willesden neighbourhood of northwest London, August 15, 2014. The...
London, United Kingdom
A view of semi-detached homes in the Willesden neighbourhood of northwest London
A view of semi-detached homes in the Willesden neighbourhood of northwest London, August 15, 2014. The Bank of England gave a clean bill of health to Britain's controversial flagship mortgage guarantee scheme on Thursday, sparing the government from potential embarrassment in the run-up to a national election. The central bank also formally asked to expand its arsenal of powers to curb mortgage lending for homes and buy-to-let properties, and said it was bringing forward the date when it would put a figure on the maximum leverage banks can have. Picture taken August 15, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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September 26, 2013
A home with solar panels on its roof is shown in a residential neighborhood in San Marcos, California...
San Marcos, UNITED STATES
A home with solar panels on its roof is shown in a residential neighborhood in San Marcos
A home with solar panels on its roof is shown in a residential neighborhood in San Marcos, California September 19,2013. Well over 60 percent of solar systems in states like California and Arizona today are owned by a third party and financed, allowing homeowners to go solar by paying a monthly fee for panels instead of shouldering the $20,000 to $30,000 up front cost of a system. Photo taken September 19, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXYNLE
April 16, 2013
Semi-detached houses are pictured in Dortmund March 10, 2013. A consortium led by German real estate...
Dortmund, Germany
Semi-detached houses are pictured in Dortmund
Semi-detached houses are pictured in Dortmund March 10, 2013. A consortium led by German real estate firm Patrizia won the bidding for GBW in Germany's largest residential property deal and the group's second major purchase from a bailed-out public sector bank within two years. Patrizia said April 8, 2013, the deal values GBW, sold by state-backed lender BayernLB, at 2.45 billion euros ($3.26 billion) including debt. GBW owns 32,000 flats. Picture taken March 10. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXYNLB
April 16, 2013
A car stands in front of semi-detached houses in Dortmund March 6, 2013. A consortium led by German real...
Dortmund, Germany
A car stands in front of semi-detached houses in Dortmund
A car stands in front of semi-detached houses in Dortmund March 6, 2013. A consortium led by German real estate firm Patrizia won the bidding for GBW in Germany's largest residential property deal and the group's second major purchase from a bailed-out public sector bank within two years. Patrizia said April 8, 2013, the deal values GBW, sold by state-backed lender BayernLB, at 2.45 billion euros ($3.26 billion) including debt. GBW owns 32,000 flats. Picture taken March 6. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXYNLA
April 16, 2013
Semi-detached houses are pictured in Dortmund March 10, 2013. A consortium led by German real estate...
Dortmund, Germany
Semi-detached houses are pictured in Dortmund
Semi-detached houses are pictured in Dortmund March 10, 2013. A consortium led by German real estate firm Patrizia won the bidding for GBW in Germany's largest residential property deal and the group's second major purchase from a bailed-out public sector bank within two years. Patrizia said April 8, 2013, the deal values GBW, sold by state-backed lender BayernLB, at 2.45 billion euros ($3.26 billion) including debt. GBW owns 32,000 flats. Picture taken March 10. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR31KVQ
May 04, 2012
A row of Victorian homes known locally as the "Painted Ladies" glow in the early evening sun following...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
A row of Victorian homes known locally as the "Painted Ladies" glow in the early evening sun following...
A row of Victorian homes known locally as the "Painted Ladies" glow in the early evening sun following a rain shower in San Francisco, California May 3, 2012. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CITYSPACE)
EGYPT-PROPERTY
RTXUGJL
November 10, 2010
A view of luxurious houses at the gated-community city of Palm Hills, 20 km (13 miles) west of Cairo,...
Cairo, Egypt
To match feature EGYPT-PROPERTY
A view of luxurious houses at the gated-community city of Palm Hills, 20 km (13 miles) west of Cairo, Egypt June 26, 2008. A 2004-2008 property boom that provided homes for the wealthy elite helped Egypt weather a global downturn. But a glut of luxury developments being delivered through 2011 means developers need to switch to middle class properties to keep revenues coming, analysts say. Property firms acknowledge they need to change tack, but complain about a tiny mortgage market that makes it difficult for anyone but the wealthy to borrow and a legal row over state land sales that has made firms wary of new projects. Picture taken June 26, 2008. To match feature EGYPT-PROPERTY REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih/Files (EGYPT - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA-HOUSING/MINORITIES
RTR1WQ9R
February 06, 2008
A foreclosed home is seen in Chicago January 28, 2008. No matter who wins the U.S. presidential election...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOUSING/MINORITIES
A foreclosed home is seen in Chicago January 28, 2008. No matter who wins the U.S. presidential election in November, their "to do" list will probably include urban renewal. For while the subprime crisis may force the U.S. economy into recession, it has already brought boarded-up homes and broken dreams to thousands of minority families inner cities. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-HOUSING/MINORITIES REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES)
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