Saudi Arabia has been signaling for weeks that it is and
will be doing whatever it takes to rebalance the oil market by slashing exports
and pumping well below its quota under the OPEC+ deal—despite US shale’s
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In April, in Australia’s Northern Territory, the “world’s
first” crypto-currency-based house auction will be held. Is the sale – to be
held in tropical Casuarina, one of the northern suburbs of Darwin – a sign that
the property sector is about to start embracing blockchain?
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Since Spain opened the first 3-D–printed pedestrian bridge
in 2016, the push for printed architecture seems to be accelerating. Shanghai
inaugurated the world’s longest printed concrete bridge in January, and the
first-ever printed steel span is set to cross a canal in Amsterdam this year.
Beyond bridges, the first 3-D–printed homes available to rent—five bulbous
buildings in the Dutch city of Eindhoven—should hit the market by this summer.
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The cost of renting in Australia is steadily rising despite
the property market’s downward spiral.
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In Sofia, even in the most distant neighborhoods, prices of
600 euros per square meter of living area are a mirage. This was told to Darik
radio by Shtelian Kalchev, co-founder of a real estate agency with more than 10
years of experience in commenting on the scandal with the prices of the
apartments of ruling party figures.
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The Brexit-inspired decline in London’s property values has
yet to cause any serious ripples in other areas of the UK.
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SQM Research last week released incredibly superficial and
misleading analysis of Labor’s negative gearing policy (debunked here), which
received widespread mainstream media attention and was greeted with headlines
warning that dwelling values would plummet and rents would skyrocket under
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A property market boom could lead to employees being more
distracted at work as they spend extra time shopping online, and show up late
or leave early, a study showed.
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Managing properties is a task that requires a great deal of
attention to detail. As a property manager, not only do you need to ensure your
tenants are happy and taken care of, but you will also need to ensure that all
stakeholders and the landlord are happy, with their interests taken care of.
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New Delhi, March 24 (IANS) The luxury real estate segment
with a customer base of its own did not witness a slowdown as significant as in
the mid-level properties in the last few years and with the latest cut in GST
rate, developers say, demand will pick up from here on.
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