International Residential Property Market Update

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18 Sep 2018

With the recent cooling measures from the government, Singaporeans are forced to look elsewhere for real estate opportunities.While some have gone to Japan, Malaysia, and Thailand, others prefer the UK specifically London.

18 Sep 2018

21 Aug 2018

Singaporeans and real estate properties go well together like kaya toast and soft-boiled eggs.

Just ask any Uncle or Aunty how will they spend a million dollars today.

11 Jul 2018

Canary Wharf has a new adjacent neighborhood called One Park Drive. Here’s what you need to know about this brilliant 23-acre development.

24 May 2018

The half-yearly publication provides a detailed market analyses of the residential property market in Berlin. All relevant parameters for the market analysis are presented in detail and are broken down into the individual districts. Supported by...

18 May 2018

As prestigious global addresses go, no city can compete with London. It's not just London's up-and-coming regeneration areas that offer attractive prospects for investors either, but also traditional favorites like Westminster.

07 May 2018

For investors looking to find new homes in other countries or grow their money in the long term, investing in international properties is an excellent bet. As local real estate markets display sluggish performance and modest opportunities at best...

06 Dec 2017

Understanding the differences between property markets in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific is vital. So is understanding different countries’ sales processes and tax systems. That’s where we can help.

30 Nov 2017

The UK housing market is adjusting to varying levels of political and legislative change, but the 'New Housing Paradigm' is about a bigger, structural shift.

29 Sep 2017

The Central London development market has proved remarkably robust during the course of 2017 and has even staged a mini recovery. Oddly though, it doesn’t really feel like it. Prices have held firm during 2017, the number of sales has increased...

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