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Property clinic: How can we avoid chancel repair liability?

Our property experts answer readers' queries about chancel repair liability; buying unregistered land; and tenant disputes.

Youngsters expect to be 40 before buying home as many are forced to rent or live with parents

First-time buyers expect to save up to the age of 40 before they can purchase a home, a study has found.

Ex-council homes: how to buy a bargain

A new proposal to sell off council housing in some of Britain's best postcode areas could be a once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunity. It is no time for snobbery, says Graham Norwood.

Malaysians top foreign private-property buyers here

Malaysians have replaced the Chinese as the largest group of foreign private-property buyers in Singapore, the latest data showed as foreign home purchases saw a strong 73 per cent rebound of 611 units in the second quarter of this year from the previous quarter.

Ask an expert: What's the risk of buying a condo that's converting?

Buying into a conversion can be a fantastic investment opportunity, but there aremany things to look out for.

Dubai real estate recovers on safe haven status, Indians main buyers

DUBAI/LONDON: For a key to the recovery of Dubai's real estate market, one need look no further than the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, which rises out of the desert floor of the city's gleaming downtown area.

Tips for Building Your Brand New Real Estate Business

Buying investment property isn’t rocket science, but when you are just getting started it can seem overwhelming. It’s hard to know just where to start. There are definitely some tried and true things you can do that will help ensure your success. Here are a few tips to get you started.

Wall Street's Hottest Investment Idea: Your House

Your house might be a better investment than you think. At least Wall Street seems to think so.

Black property buyers on the rise

Business Report 15.07.2012
Black property buyers on the rise

Transformation in the SA real estate market has come a long way, with almost half of all home loan applications now being made by black buyers, compared with only about 12 percent a decade ago.

Fewer foreign, corporate property buyers but prices remain high

SINGAPORE: The proportion of foreign and company private home buyers has fallen from 20 per cent in 2011 to 7 per cent in the first half of 2012.


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