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Germany’s Nico Rosberg has a chance to cap off a near-perfect couple of weeks as he starts on pole position for the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim.
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San Francisco: Home of the $1 Million Homes
The median home price in San Francisco in June hit the seven-figure mark for the first time.
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Housing Starts Dropped Unexpectedly in June
Housing starts and building permits unexpectedly fell in June, suggesting the housing market recovery was struggling to get back on track.
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Last Call? Why Britain's Pubs Are Disappearing
Britain's pubs are closing their doors at an alarming rate, with some being converted into homes in London's hot real estate market.
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Rich Chinese Snapping Up High-End U.S. Homes
Overseas buyers scooped up $92.2 billion of U.S. real estate last year, driven mainly by wealthy Chinese.
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