Here is what you need to know about the real property bubble.
The real estate market in the US has been a boon to the US economy.
The country’s unemployment rate has dropped from 7.9 per cent in October to 4.7 per cent today.
And the unemployment rate is down from 7 per cent to 4 per cent.
The US housing market has been the most durable of all the major economies in the world, according to the World Bank.US housing has been very strong, with more than 80 per cent of all new housing construction taking place since 2011, according the US Census Bureau.
The median price of homes sold in the United States increased by over 30 per cent from a year ago, according TOFED.
The housing market in China has been particularly strong.
The Shanghai Composite Index has surged over 8 per cent since April.
In the US, the housing bubble has been largely fueled by the mortgage-backed securities market.
The price of residential mortgage-bond products have doubled in value in the past year, and there are now more than 500 million residential mortgages outstanding, according data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
The US housing bubble is also fueled by China’s booming property market.
While the US market has had a relatively stable housing market since 2010, China’s housing market is currently experiencing a massive expansion.
The biggest beneficiaries of the US housing boom have been the richest households.
In the past 10 years, the average net worth of the top 5 per cent (the top 1 per cent) in the top 1,000 households has increased from $1.5 million to $3.3 million, according a report by the US Federal Reserve.
The top 10 per cent have seen their wealth increase from $11.2 billion to $21.6 billion.
According to data from The Boston Consulting Group, the median net worth for the top 10 households in the country is $2.5 billion.
The bottom 10 per to the bottom 50 per cent are earning less than $250,000.
These poor households are expected to experience an increase in wealth over the next decade.
The bubble is not just the result of rising home prices.
The financial sector, too, is a huge beneficiary of the real-estate bubble.
US home-rental companies now account for more than half of the total US property market, with rental prices rising by 25 per cent annually since 2012.
The growth in the housing market, along with the increased number of millionaires in America, has made millionaires and billionaires of the country’s richest Americans.
The Forbes list of America’s wealthiest people now includes a $20 billion (£13 billion) fortune, making it the most valuable American family in history.
The wealth of the Trump family has increased by a factor of 15 since the beginning of the year.
The number of billionaires in America has risen from around 400 in 2009 to more than 700 today, according figures from Forbes.
In addition to the Trump Family, the billionaires of Forbes’ Top 100 list include Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, Carl Zeiss, Rupert Murdoch, George Soros, Jeff Bezos, David Geffen, and Mark Zuckerberg.