Amass wealth misusing official position and invest in real estate to escape attention. All that one needs is the unflinching support of trusted aides, family members or even a close relative.
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Embattled real estate firm McGrath has appointed billionaire Kerry Stokes’s former top executive Peter Lewis as the new independent chairman to help property millionaire John McGrath overhaul the company he founded.
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The world’s wealthiest people have found a new place to hunt for second homes: Kenya.
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As new figures revealed the scale of the decline in young middle-earners joining the property ladder, Labour announced proposals for tenants in Britain to be allowed to keep pets.
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A bizarre battle is emerging in the world of cryptocurrencies after Poland’s central bank was accused of hiring YouTubers to “start a smear campaign” against cryptocurrencies in the country.
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Property prices in Dubai will take longer to rebound, as oversupply in the luxury market continues, according to Phidar Advisory managing director Jesse Downs.
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The number of enquiries in China about Thai property listings in January was close to the record set a year ago, according to Juwai.com, a Chinese international property portal, and the country jumped to No 3 on Juwai’s ranking of popularity for Chinese investors in 2017, behind the US and Australia, from sixth place in 2016.
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LONDON — What goes up when everything else comes down?
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If I cast my mind back only 20 years, I recall a real estate industry that was dominated by paper contracts, lengthy procedures, real estate agents, and billboard or print advertising. That memory now strikes me as quaintly archaic, because it stands in such stark contrast to the digital transformation taking place in today’s real estate sector.
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Dubai: With most apartments in Dubai costing more than Dh1 million to own, the huge majority of the city’s residents are forced to rent throughout their life in the emirate. But how do tenants know they’re getting a good deal?
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