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  • India relaxes foreign property investment rules
  • Trulia plays spooky Halloween trick on US housebuyers
  • Top real estate bodies join international ethical standards body
  • Emaar plans 600-metre twin towers for Dubai
  • Foreigners spend US$1.5b more on Florida real estate
  • UK house prices hit new record in October, says Nationwide
  • No security issue with booking viewings by text, says agency
  • Argentina’s economic woes ‘may affect Miami real estate sales’
  • Questions asked about Chinese-Bahamas takeover
  • Australian inquiry findings could hit overseas home sales, says agent
  • NDD unveils luxury 570-apartment project at Bakken oilfields
  • Dubai real estate market slowdown welcomed
  • Sun, sea and celebrities at Cape Verde resort launch
  • Chinese foreign property investment grows 200-fold in six years
  • London home prices fall 0.7% in September, but are still up 18.4% a year
  • More mortgage clients, better prepared, says expert
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