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China shares rebound on easy-credit policy hopes

China's shares rebounded Friday, led by real estate and steel, on hopes slowing economic growth will prompt Beijing to ease credit curbs. Full story

The REIT Rebound?

   Real estate may have some good news, with Jonathan Litt, Land and Buildings managing principal.

NJ man charged in $200M real estate scheme

A New Jersey man who federal prosecutors say operated a real estate investment scheme that defrauded investors of at least $200 million was arrested Thursday morning at his Lakewood home on charges of bank fraud and wire fraud. Full story

Drinking alone? Remote Scotland pub goes on sale

Drinkers uninterested in designated drivers should consider the new offering on Scotland's real estate market — the Old Forge. Full story

Unemployment drives more home sellers to cut price

Owners cut prices on one-quarter of U.S. homes listed for sale in July, a fourth straight monthly rise, as job market fallout trumped record low mortgage rates, real estate website said on Wednesday. Full story

Boomers drive shift toward urban living

Rockville's renaissance over the past four years shows how the shift toward urban-style living has reached the suburbs. And urban planners insist the trend has legs. Full story

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  Great homes in fun cities

Real estate expert Barbara Corcoran shows TODAY’s Al Roker what’s on the market in cities across the country.

  Real Estate in Distress

Discussing the state of real estate, with Thomas Flexner, Citigroup global head of real estate.

  Affordable house hunting

Real estate expert Barbara Corcoran shows TODAY’s Al Roker what is on the market across the country.

  Should Govt. Renew Homebuyer Tax Credit?

Should the government consider new incentives for homebuyers to prevent a double dip? Kenneth Rosen, of the Fisher Center for Real Estate at UC Berkeley, and Mark Zandi, of Moody's, discuss.

  Great, affordable homes for sale

Real estate expert Barbara Corcoran shows TODAY’s Al Roker what you can buy for $140,000 to $500,000.

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