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Why, Where, and How to Invest in Singapore

Singapore is undoubtedly one of the best places to set up business in the world, thanks to its well established financial sector, friendly tax regime, supportive government policies, and strong intellectual property laws. In addition, foreigners can set up business in Singapore without many issues, as the process is online. With the guidance of a […]

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Buying Your HDB Flat: Tips and Things to Remember

Moving into your own home can be one of the best things in life. Start living on your own. Gain independence. Are you ready? Here are some handy things to remember when you start looking around for your very own housing development board unit: You need to be 35 If you’re a Singapore citizen, you’re […]

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Top 20 Most Expensive Cities in the World for Expats 2014

The most expensive cities in the world for expats are both in Africa in 2014. Luanda in Angola is the most expensive for the second year in a row, Hong Kong is the most expensive in Asia, Zurich the most expensive in Europe and New York in North America, with Sydney the most expensive in […]

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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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Architectural Eco-Home in Tropical Sentosa Cove, Singapore

This home designed by ONG & ONG Architects in Sentosa Cove, Singapore is environmentally friendly & provides, space, peace, privacy and tranquility.

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Chinese Property Buyers Show Increasing Interest for Singaporean Real Estate

As recently reported by PropertyWire, buyers from mainland China are fuelling a property boom in Singapore where the price of mass market private apartments have increased to new highs in the first quarter of 2011

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Swimming on Top of the World in Singapore

The swimming pool at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Casino forms part of the “SkyPark” platform that rests across the three towers of the complex and is longer than the Eiffel Tower (obviously, on it’s side). At three times the length of an Olympic pool and 55 story’s/650 feet high, it is easily the largest outdoor pool in the world at that height.

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Luxury Real Estate News: 5 May 2010 Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine

In the 5 May 2010 eMag from Marquette Turner Luxury Homes there’s our opinion on what’s happening with the Chinese real estate market, a look at the new super-Casino in Singapore, the outstanding Tuscan and Umbrian hills in Italy, plus there’s news on toughened rules for foreign investors in Australian real estate, a video of the 330 sqft apartment in Hong Kong with 24 rooms, global headlines from the last week, as well as great homes in Costa Rica, South Australia and many more.

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TRAVEL: Marina Bay Sands in Singapore is World’s Second Biggest

Gaming behemoth Las Vegas Sands of the US has just opened the world’s second biggest casino in Singapore. At a cost of $5.5 billion USD, the “Marina Bay Sands” is expected to generate annual profit close to $1 billion USD. So far 963 hotel rooms of the 2560 total at the casino-resort are open, as are parts of the shopping malls, some of the retaurants, exhibition centre and events plaza.

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Foreign Buyers Push Up London Prestige Property Prices

If you’ve been hearing nothing but negative news about the London property market, all is not quite as it seems. February was a good month for the city, and prices for prime London residential property are up 19 percent since the spring of 2009, and house prices in the main London neighbourhoods are only 10 percent below the market March 2008’s peak.

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