Real Estate


Voltas puts Mumbai property in block

Money Control 31.10.2012

Foreign money seeks London property

Financial Times 18.10.2012
Voltas puts Mumbai property in block

Voltas has put one of its Mumbai property in block, which could fetch approximately Rs 75 crore, reports CNBC-TV18. At 09:35 hrs Voltas was quoting at Rs 111.25, up Rs 1.45, or 1.32%.

Foreign money seeks London property

The flow of foreign money seeking a home in London’s commercial property market means the capital now accounts for a third of total European investment transactions, new figures reveal.

Income still attractive

The Sydney Morning Herald 09.10.2012
Income still attractive

Domestic investors are still wary of Australian-listed property. Despite the sector gaining more than 20 per cent over the past year, making it the best-performing sector of the Australian sharemarket, domestic investors are not buying into the recovery. Many are still haunted by memories of the sector's spectacular blow-up during the depths of the global financial crisis.

Phoenix German property fund launches new share offer

The CISX listed German residential property fund Phoenix Spree Deutschland has launched a new share offer, looking to raise between £6m and £10m.

Phuket Property Probes Widen to Include Patong, Loch Palm Titles

PHUKET: Land probes on Phuket extended more widely today to the prime holiday resort coast near Patong and to a large estate near two of Phuket's premium golf courses.

Hong Kong Property Watch 2013: Home Prices Will Soar to All Time High by 2014

Sales of Hong Kong's new homes could reach record highs -- yes, another record high -- over the next couple of years as developers accelerate releases of residential projects, according to a report in the South China Morning Post.

Foreigners Buy More Real Estate in Spain

Property Magazine 20.09.2012
Foreigners Buy More Real Estate in Spain

Foreigners are purchasing real estate in Spain for the purpose of living there. There were 9,502 transactions made in the second quarter of 2012. That reflects a 12 percent growth over the same time period in 2011. It has been four years since such a high number of transactions took place. In 2007 there were 11,130 transactions made by foreigners.

Weak signs for industrial property in Melbourne

UNDERLYING demand for industrial property in Melbourne is set to weaken over the next 12 months in line with the Victorian economy, according to the forecaster BIS Shrapnel.

Hong Kong singles favour property to marriage: survey

A new survey of over a thousand people in Hong Kong has revealed that property ownership is the most wanted life goal, rather than marriage.

In Rush to Build, Property Stumbles

If you have not seen the famous Shanghai skyline recently, look again: You may be in for a surprise.

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