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Is the Prime London Market set for a Boost amid the Economic Slowdown in China?

While the previous discrepancies between the north and south in the UK property market have largely been eradicated, the capital of London continues to blaze a trail for other regions to follow. This is particularly true with regards to value, as while there is price growth nationwide London’s projected increase of 20.4% over the next […]

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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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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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The Hong Kong Real Estate Market is Showing Signs of Cooling

New data show that the volume of deals in Hong Kong – one of the world’s most expensive real estate markets – is easing. The number of Hong Kong property transactions in April was down 23% from the previous month, and down 27% from a year earlier

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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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Tittot Glass Vases at Work in China Exhibition, Hong Kong

An upcoming exhibition called Works in China – Part 1 Design Art, in collaboration with Cat Street Gallery, will open at the The Space in Hong Kong June 29th, 2011 to showcase the latest and most iconic works of Michael Young’s 20-year industrial design career, plus the launch of his new book ‘Works in China’.

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Expats Renting in Tokyo are Paying the Most in the World

Tokyo’s rents are the highest in the world for expatriates followed by Moscow and Hong Kong, where prices surged 22%, the biggest yearly increase, according to a survey by ECA International

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The Beijing Luxury Overseas Property & Investment Show

The 4th Beijing Overseas Property & Investment Show will take place from the 7th to 10th April, 2011 along side the 18th Beijing Spring Property Show. As a special feature of the Beijing Overseas Property and Investment Show will showcase companies offering overseas real estate, holiday resorts, leisure products and services.

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“View from the Bridge” – Is China’s Property Market about to Crash?

Michael Marquette’s “View from the Bridge”: There is an increasing fear that China is headed toward problems in the very near future. There are even people who expect the Chinese economy to crash sometime in the next 9 to 12 months. The Chinese property market is booming and China’s Central Bank is attempting to dampen speculation by lifting its reserve requirement ratio by another percentage point, so that most Chinese banks will now have to hold 17% of their deposits on reserve.

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The World This Week: Real Estate News from 27 March – 2 April 2010

Real estate news making headlines around the world for the week 26 March to 2 April 2010, including articles on Australia, New Zealand, Israel, South Africa, Norway, USA, UK, Singapore, China and Canada.

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