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4 Tips Why Location is So Important When Buying Property

We hear it so much it’s almost boring. Location, location, location – that old chestnut! The phrase, after all, has been in use since at least 1926 and still remains vital today. In a nutshell: make sure you buy in a desirable area. Some real estate agents recommend that clients purchase the worst home in […]

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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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Clarence House, The New Home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Following the Royal Wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton, their now Royal Highnesses are set to move into Clarence House in London, the London property worth more than $76 million USD and also home to the Prince of Wales, his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, and Prince Harry.

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Bulgari to Open Hotel in London’s Knightsbridge

Bulgari Hotels & Resorts has signed an agreement to open a Bulgari Hotel in London’s Knightsbridge in Spring 2012, which will have design elements harking back to its silversmith origins.

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How to Make the Perfect Dry Martini

Dry Martini: “Preferably made with Tanqueray No. 10 gin, this is an all-time favorite of mine that showcases the complex flavors of the botanicals in the gin for a unique martini. It is best finished with a citrus twist to enhance the aroma.”

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Luxury Real Estate News: 20 August 2010 Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine

The 20 August 2010 edition of the Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine comes to you from London, where we are busy with a whole host of exciting ventures. In this issue we feature the World’s most expensive apartment, recently purchased in London, as well as the plans for the World’s tallest hotel which will be located in Hong Kong. There’s also the stunning Plus House in Japan, and a curious feature on floating staircases. And as always there’s many wonderful properties for sale throughout the world.

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The World’s Most Expensive Apartment Sold

Featuring six bedrooms and a panic room and set across two floors with bullet-proof windows and panoramic views of the Serpentine, SAS-trained security guards, iris scanners and secret escape tunnels and 24-hour room service from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, of all the 86 apartments this penthouse is clearly the cream of the World’s crop.

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The World’s First Skyscraper with Wind Turbines

Costing $172 million USD, Strata at London will be completed by 2020 and standing at 147 metres tall, there will be 43 levels and 408 apartments. Additionally, and this is the true uniqueness, the building will be powered by wind turbines which will supply approximately 8 per cent of the tower’s electricity requirements

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Michael Marquettes View from the Bridge: Sydney Property is More Expensive than New York

Michael Marquette of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes: In raising interest rates yesterday by 0.25% the Reserve Bank of Australia has signaled that it is hugely concerned by the level of property prices in Australia. Without question prices for residential dwellings decreased since the beginning of the financial crisis. What is also without question is that properties under $600,000 AUD have been uncomfortably increasing in price throughout 2009.

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The Most Expensive Cities in the World

Oslo, now the most expensive city in the world, has come out of the global financial crisis relatively unscathed, as have Zurich in Switzerland and Copenhagen in Denmark – the second and third place cities respectively. Real estate costs are barely dropping.

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