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Dubai's Real-Estate Moguls Bet on Another Property Boom
Wall Street Journal
DUBAI—Real-estate mogul Safi Qurashi is often asked why he has stayed in Dubai after he was imprisoned here for nearly three years and came close to losing his entire business. “Why should I leave?” The 45-year-old Briton says. “Dubai is still full ...

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Real estate agents of Brisbane, why does all your outdoor advertising have a picture of your stupid face on it?

Mon, 03 Nov 2014 13:31:56 -0800

Seriously. Is it a law or something? I have never seen some picture of a real estate agent and said wow, that's the insincere smile that is going to sell my house.

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How to Use Realtors to Wholesale Houses? Real Estate Investing


The shady foreigners propping up New York's real estate market
On Sunday, The New York Times published an 8,000-word investigation into wealthy foreigners who buy New York real estate and take advantage of lax laws in the U.S. that allow them to set up shell companies so they don't need to reveal their identities.
Stream of Foreign Wealth Flows to Elite New York Real EstateNew York Times
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While house hunting, I found a dream home. However, the house had a high property tax rate. When I asked the real estate agent why the rate was high, she told me about religious "camps" in the county which built neighborhoods within them for their members. Their members live property tax free.

Mon, 10 Sep 2012 11:31:55 -0700

These camps are owned by a religious group. Entire neighborhoods have been built in these camps. MANY people are living there and according to this real estate agent, no one on this property pays property taxes. Because these people don't pay taxes, the surrounding neighbors have to pay more taxes to make up the difference.

The house I'm looking at has over $12k in property tax, and it's only valued at roughly $170k. Neighboring properties pay the same (one was at $10k, the other was at $11k).

Can religious groups really get away with this?

Links: (thanks to sandflea)

EDIT: I removed any indication of which religious group owns this land to prevent this thread from becoming a bash-fest against a particular religious group.

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