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Fall in German home building permits picks up pace

UPDATE 2-Fall in German home building permits picks up pace Adds context in paragraphs 4-5 and 8-9 and reaction in paragraphs 6-7 By Tom Sims and Klaus Lauer FRANKFURT, July 18 (Reuters) - Building permits for apartments in Germany fell 24% in May from a year earlier, Statistics Office data showed on Thursday, highlighting a continued downturn in demand in the construction and real estate industry.
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German property sector cracks show as new building starts tumble

German property sector cracks show as new building starts tumble Construction starts down 26% in first half, Bulwiengesa reports Higher interest rates have ended years-long property boom By Tom Sims FRANKFURT, July 17 (Reuters) - Germany's new construction starts fell further during the first half of the year, data showed on Wednesday, indicating stress in the property market of Europe's largest economy.
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European real estate, utilities firms rise after U.S. CPI

BUZZ-European real estate, utilities firms rise after U.S. CPI ** Shares in European rate-sensitive real estate and utilities firms rise after U.S. consumer prices unexpectedly fell in June ** The pan-European STOXX 600 real estate index .SX86P rises as much as 2.2% to early June highs and is up 1.2% by 1309 GMT ** Germany's LEG Immobilien LEGn.DE
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Germany's top landlord predicts more casualties as property crash bites

UPDATE 1-Germany's top landlord predicts more casualties as property crash bites German property crisis worst in a generation Vonovia CEO sees surge in real estate bankruptcies CEO Buch: 'It is going to be bitter' Despite ECB rate cut, executives cautious on recovery Updates with LBBW report in paragraph 17, adds second graphic at end By John O'Donnell and Tom Sims FRANKFURT, July 10 (Reuters) - Germany's real estate industry, already in its third year of turmoil, faces more pain ahead as furthe
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Germany's top landlord predicts more casualties as property crash bites

Germany's top landlord predicts more casualties as property crash bites German property crisis worst in a generation Vonovia CEO sees surge in real estate bankruptcies CEO Buch: 'It is going to be bitter' Despite ECB rate cut, executives cautious on recovery By John O'Donnell and Tom Sims FRANKFURT, July 10 (Reuters) - Germany's real estate industry, already in its third year of turmoil, faces more pain ahead as further companies go bust, the CEO of Germany's largest landlord warned.
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