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Office deals dominate Shanghai real estate

Office building transactions continue to dominate Shanghai's real estate market, which saw continued increases in rental levels and trading volumes, and growing interest from local investors, according to the latest commercial property report on China by the international property services firm DTZ.

Commercial Property: Too little, too late

Property underinsurance creates a real headache for insurers and their clients, often not discovered until a claim is made. So, where does the buck stop for accurate valuations?

Land bank helps to rehabilitate properties and catalyze growth

The nonprofit's highest-profile project is the former Old Home headquarters on the route of St. Paul's light-rail line.

Tampa Commercial Real Estate Sells the Morrison’s Restaurant Property on Brandon Bv for a Family Dollar Development

The new Family Dollar store has opened on Brandon Blvd. Steven Silverman, the Broker at Tampa Commercial Real Estate represented the owners of the 1.2 acre restaurant property located at 509 E Brandon Blvd in Brandon. The developer group that constructed the property for Family Dollar is Hunt Real Estate Acquisitions.

Central Harlem Retail Property Leased by Citibank Sells for $3.4M

The 50-foot wide, single-story commercial building at 2481 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard occupied by Citibank on a triple net lease basis with a rent of $15,000 per month has traded between private investors for $3.4 million.

Is Canada’s commercial property market too hot?

Canada’s commercial property market is less appealing than “recovering” areas such as the U.S. and Asia as investors compete for assets, said Sonny Kalsi, founder and partner of GreenOak Real Estate LP.

Affordable homes, but it won't last

Simon Collins 18.05.2012
Affordable homes, but it won't last

Experts are backing a Government claim that New Zealand houses are affordable again - but warn that the sweet spot won't last when interest rates eventually go up.

Hong Kong’s retail property market thrives at expense of competitiveness

According to recent reports by Colliers International, while the residential, office and industrial sectors in Hong Kong are expected to see downward adjustment pressure amidst global economic uncertainties, the local retail property sector is the exception with an uptrend tagged to its outlook in 2012.

China’s Cash-Poor Developers Fuel Commercial Property Deals

Shanghai and Beijing, the two cities with Asia’s fastest-growing office rents, are set to lead a surge in commercial property transactions in China as more developers sell assets to raise cash for housing projects.

Singapore's Frasers Commercial to sell property for $360m

SINGAPORE - Frasers Commercial Trust , which owns office assets in Asia, said on Tuesday it will sell a Singapore commercial property to Bayfront Ventures Pte Ltd for S$360 million (US$288 million).

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