The Hamburg-based Fintech Exporo has completed a financing
round of $48.7 million. The new lead investor Partech and previous investors
e.ventures, Heartcore and HV Holtzbrinck Ventures are participating in the
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Getting my first credit card was an exciting milestone, and
one I took very seriously. I knew from the start that I would absolutely need
to pay my bills on time and in full every month to avoid racking up interest
charges and damaging my credit. And thankfully, I’ve managed to uphold that
rule consistently throughout the years.
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For Joe Hayden, a real estate agent in Louisville, Kentucky,
staging is on his must-do list for sellers.
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Nelson investors are selling older rental properties as new
rules bite, and the region’s “five-minute lifestyle” is attracting
more out-of-town buyers, estate agents say.
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The directors of major food products developer and
manufacturer Flavour Makers are hoping for a $30 million pay day after listing
two Melbourne warehouses for sale amid a boom in demand for agri-logistics
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Abu Dhabi is the most resilient city in the Middle East for
investors, with real estate research firm Savills saying the UAE capital topped
its Resilient Cities Index, which ranks cities that can withstand or embrace
technological, demographic, and leadership disruption facing the real estate
sector around the world.
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Should you be able to raid your pension savings to fund the
purchase of your first home, as housing minister James Brokenshire (pictured)
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Property Finder’s Research & Data team finds a 51%
increase in off-plan property deals for 2019 compared to previous year
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‘‘Horrifying’’ house prices and a ‘‘ridiculously’’ small
number of properties for sale is making Dunedin ‘‘a seller’s market’’.
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After a long overdue pause in the most overheated parts of
the market, house prices are again tipped to soar by an average of 18.3 per
cent in the next four years.
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