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Pattaya Property Rentals Promise Good Returns

Cees Cuijpers, Managing Partner, Town & Country Property, Pattaya 31.01.2011
Pattaya Property Rentals Promise Good Returns

Many people dream of a life abroad and some have even “made-it” to Thailand, a beautiful place to live and work, to enjoy one's own pace of life and with many other benefits. Reporting from Pattaya, a thriving beach resort just two hours south of Bangkok, Cees Cuijpers, Managing Partner at Town & Country Property, sees good opportunities for investors to finance their stay by building a steady income from buy-to-rent property.

Hong Kong housing survey finds only 20% of would-be buyers are confident of finding a home within 5 years

Results of a survey commissioned by Citibank in Hong Kong and released today found that although more than 40% of respondents felt that acquiring a property was must, 80% believed they would not manage to own their own home within the next 5 years.

Quality Property and Facility Management Award 2010 Nomination Now Open!

SOURCE QPFMA 2010 Secretariat Office 15.09.2010
Quality Property and Facility Management Award 2010 Nomination Now Open!

QPFMA 2010 marks the inauguration of the Award jointly organised by The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) and The Hong Kong Association of Property Management Companies (HKAPMC). It aims to stimulate greater public recognition for the industry and also champion those that gratify integrity and are willing to contribute as reliable role models that triumphs success and continuous advancement.

Nova Group plans B6.5bn expansion in Thailand

Rony Fineman, president of Pattaya-based Nova Group announced plans to develop nine projects in Pattaya and Bangkok worth a combined B6.5bn in the next two years. The Nova Group currently owns three hotels, and a serviced apartment in Pattaya and has undertaken a number of condominium developments in Thailand's busy seaside resort.

The Emporium Lifestyle Home & Residences Exhibition

From August 26th to September 5th the Emporium shopping centre on Sukhumvit Road will showcase special offers on new residential developments in Bangkok and the provinces.

Residential Tung Chung land sold cheaper than expected

A 26,200-square-meter residential site in Hong Kong has been sold at a government land auction for 3. 42 billion HK dollars (440.7 million US dollars) on Tuesday, just 18.9 percent higher than the initial bidding price.

Hong Kong's property bull market 'peaked': RBS

Chris Oliver MarketWatch 05.05.2010
HK warns of high property prices, may consider subsidies

Hong Kong's leader said on Thursday he was concerned about the rapid growth in property prices in the city, with the authorities to review and possibly announce fresh policies in October to subsidise home buyers.

Hong Kong's property bull market 'peaked': RBS

Hong Kong's property market appears to have reached its high tide mark, according to research by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

China Developers Turn to Hong Kong as Beijing Reins in Lending

China’s biggest developers are borrowing record amounts in Hong Kong, taking advantage of lower interest rates to circumvent a lending crackdown at home.

London (West End) World's Most Expensive Office Market; Hong Kong (CBD) Now Ranks Second

London's West End remains the world's most expensive office market, according to CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc. (CBRE) Global Research and Consulting's semi-annual Global Office Rents survey. Hong Kong's Central Business District (CBD) has risen to second place pushing Tokyo's Inner Central to third place. Mumbai is now in fourth position on the list while Moscow remains in fifth in the CBRE rankings, which tracks occupancy costs for prime office space in 176 cities around the globe.

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