The landlord of a home in Amsterdam Centrum forced their
tenant to rent out the home through Airbnb for the maximum 30 days Amsterdam
allows, according to !Woon, an organization that helps tenants and homeowners
in Amsterdam navigate the housing market. The woman turned to !Woon when her
landlord refused to let her cancel her lease.
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Real estate agency Tall Poppy Real Estate believes that
first-home buyers could be in for a “Christmas surprise” following the
unchanged official cash rate (OCR) and a 13.1% decrease in homes on the market.
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The definition of regional Australia has been redrawn after
a new visa scheme came into effect over the weekend, with Perth and the Gold
Coast no longer classified as major cities in a bid to steer population growth
to their faltering economies.
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FAB Properties has become the first real estate company in
Abu Dhabi to subscribe to Al Etihad Credit Bureau.
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Mirvac chief executive Susan Lloyd Hurwitz has called the
housing market bottom at the company’s annual general meeting in Brisbane on
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New Zealand’s dying rural towns can be pretty rough places
to live, with low-paying jobs – if you’re lucky enough to find one – and a lack
of amenities, prompting many to move elsewhere.
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Singaporean groups have been the most active offshore
investors in the Australian office market in 2019, as attractive yields and a
relatively low dollar draw record volumes of capital to Australia.
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Most of us only dream about having a second income each
month, and if we’re not doing that, we’re anxious about whether we will have
enough income in our retirement. But there are only so many working hours in
the week and unless we win the lottery, how can we change things?
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The number of new properties being brought to market has
dropped 14.9 per cent compared with last year suggesting sellers are being put
off by political uncertainty and slow price growth.
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The City of Cape Town has approved a new municipal planning
by-law that allows a variety of homeowners in the Mother City to rent out their
properties for short-term stays.
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