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The Success Story of Midtown Real Estate: Why it’s Seen London’s Highest Level of Rental Growth

There’s some good news for those looking for new investments in London’s commercial property market. Midtown experienced the highest level of rental growth of any office market in London, with rental increases of 5.9% in the six months to June 2014. Given that the West End posted 5.6% and The City posted 4.7%, this is […]

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UK House Price Adjustments Alleviate Bubble Fears

The news from Nationwide Building Society that annual property price growth in London slowed from 25.8% in Q2 2014 to 21% in Q3 2014, with the average price of a home in the capital hitting £401,072, was released at the same time the mortgage lender revealed the average price of a UK residential property fell […]

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6 Tips to Buying Luxury Property

Prime London is one of the most sought-after spots in the world when it comes to international property investors. This is largely due to the favourable tax regime in the UK and of course the fact that it’s a global hub of business, entertainment and culture. However, property transactions are never straight-forward; it’s always important […]

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Self-Managed Super Funds Property: 5 Steps for End of Financial Year

This article has been prepared for the specific readership of Australian readers, but may be of interest to others. There is also information on SMSF costs here Self-managed super funds (SMSF) are increasingly becoming popular options when it comes to Australians preparing for their retirement. This is partly due to the flexibility the fund allows the […]

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The Top 5 Luxury Real Estate Markets in Asia

The Asian property market has come up in a big way especially within the luxury real estate segment. The following post takes a quick look at the top luxury real estate destinations within the Asian property market. If you are looking towards investing in the luxury real estate of Asia, the region’s property market will […]

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Talking About Buying Luxury Properties

Although many people believe that luxury properties are not affected by the dynamics of global and local finance, this important real estate segment is not as separate from the rest of the real estate market as you think. It’s Time to Buy Studies have shown that the prices of luxury properties have decreased sharply in […]

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Irish Manors for Sale Proving Popular with American Property Investors

No matter the real estate climate, there will always be investors looking to buy and there will always be owners wanting to sell.  That’s certainly one of the truths of the property market. Having recently visited Belfast, Northern Ireland we were blown away to see that the cheapest property on the market in the UK […]

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Buying a house in the Philippines (Infographic)

A Filipino’s Home Buying Guide to Fees & Charges When buying a house, the house price itself is a huge amount. On top of that, there are several fees and charges you need to be aware of and you can’t lower them. However, you should definitely consider those for your financials. iMoney Philippines is South […]

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From One Billionaire to Another: Formula 1 Heiress Buys Candy Spelling’s Mansion

Candy Spelling’s massive 57000 square foot property on 5 acres in Holmby Hills, CA has sold to Formula One heiress Petra, daughter of Bernie Ecclestone for a price in the vicinity of $150 million USD.

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Where in Mainland China do the Millionaires Live?

China has 960,000 “millionaires” with personal wealth of 10 million Yuan or more. These wealthy consumers are young with an average age of 39 years. Over half of them derived their wealth from their private business, while 20% from property investment and 15% from the stock market. About 30% of them are women.

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