Ireland and the U.S. leads the world in the number of "problem" assets in real estate

08.06.2010 10:48
<div style="text-align: justify;">The number of "problem" assets offered for sale in the world in the first quarter of 2010, reached the highest level in Ireland and the United States, according to data of the Royal Institute of certified appraisers (RICS).<br /><br />In this case, the report indicates, these two countries is only slightly behind the United Arab Emirates (UAE).<br /><br />In total, according to the organization, in 17 of the 25 states of the world in the study in January - March, reported an increase in the number exposed on the implementation of "problem" assets.<br /><br />"However, 16 of them, according to analysts, the increase in the number of such objects is beginning to slow," - stated in the materials of RICS.<br /><br />In this case, attention is drawn to the report, in countries such as India, Hong Kong and Australia, in the first three months of the year, on the contrary, "problematic" assets in real estate has dropped.<br /><br />"A significant decrease also showed Brazil and China. It is noteworthy that a slight reduction in the number of such objects were registered in Russia and France," - noted in the study.<br /><br />In the second quarter of 2010, experts expect, Ireland and the United States will continue to lead in the number of selling "problem" sites.<br /><br />In addition, the increase in the number of such projects and experts predict the Scandinavian countries and New Zealand.<br /><em><strong></strong></em></div>
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