Developers are finding it difficult to hold on the story that the real estate sector is recovering, especially in the National Capital Region (NCR). While on an average, sales have increased marginally in eight metro cities, they have dropped significantly in NCR.
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Crypto markets had a meltdown overnight,as Bitcoin slumped more than 10% to fall below $5,000 for the first time since October 2017.
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SINGAPORE: The Government has put in place new anti-money laundering and terrorism financing requirements for property developers that will require them to perform due diligence checks on their buyers and flag suspicious activity.
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Domain chief executive Jason Pellegrino has defended the resilience of the real estate listings platform as prices continue to fall in the key markets of Sydney and Melbourne, saying its revenue stream is not tied to property prices.
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Dubai’s real estate market will gather momentum after the volume and value of sales transactions rose in the third quarter, but an influx of new supply could mute prices in 2019 while rentals continue to decline, analysts said.
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While OPEC is considering cutting oil production again, the executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Fatih Birol, called on Monday for ‘common sense’ because fresh cuts could have negative effects on the oil market.
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In a bid to attract more foreign investment into Egypt’s already surging property market, the government in Cairo is to offer residency permits to foreigners who acquire property worth a minimum of $100,000.
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The way we do things, the technology, software and apps we embrace, artificial intelligence advancements, legislation compliance and the way we communicate and operate a real estate/property management business have rapidly changed and will continue to do so.
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Landlords in Dubai will now be able to register and renew lease contracts online, thanks to new services launched by the Dubai Land Department (DLD).
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Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall has been named the seventh most expensive shopping precinct in the world, as rent prices in Australia’s hottest retail locations begin to “soften” thanks to the rise of online shopping.
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