The Court of Appeal judgement which found that a 2013 amendment to housing legislation was “unconstitutional” last night sparked a furious political row, drawing stinging criticism from the Opposition over the Government’s handling of the matter and a stern rebuke from No.6 Convent Place.
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Chinese property stocks in Hong Kong and China dropped on Friday under the weakest yuan in a year, continuing the trend of a sector which has been falling in recent months.
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Although market conditions in Riyadh remain relatively unchanged this quarter, the governments’ continued focus on providing more affordable housing to drive home ownership amongst Saudi nationals will in turn boost the capital’s overall real estate sector, says JLL’s latest report.
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A taxpayer in Jagakarta, South Jakarta, has complained about a 100 percent increase in his property tax this year and called on the Jakarta administration to revise its policy.
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JSE property investors who have suffered financial pain in 2018 following a slump of more than 20% in the South African listed property index in the year to date are no doubt hoping for a recovery in share prices sooner rather than later.
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If renting a two-bedroom apartment is a barometer, soaring rent levels will have an impact on Dublin’s ability to attract and retain young tech talent.
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These are the findings of France’s National Association for Consumer and User Protection (CLCV), who warn that the number of rent prices in compliance with their rates has also dropped by 13 percent in the last six months.
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We are a team of nine members and each is contributing R2 500 per month, we just started this year. So basically in a month, we are able to collect R22 500. For now, we have +/- R100 000 in the bank. Our main aim is to start a property business after 18 to 24 months, but that will not be easy because our money is just sitting in a bank account. How can we invest our money for the short term and also get good interest so that we can be able to start our property business?
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The JLL Irish Property Index has shown increased returns of 1.9 per cent from the commercial property investment market in the three months up to the end of June, and a growth of 10.2 per cent over the past 12 months.
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Hong Kong’s runaway home prices may finally see some cooling in the second half, according to analysts.
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