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Alasdair Forbes Property Report 29.09.2009
Rich aspirations

With a range of facilities and services aimed at the wealthy, Phuket is increasingly seeking to define itself in terms of luxury.

Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited - SWOT Analysis

Cheung Kong (Holdings) - SWOT Analysis company profile is the essential source for top-level company data and information.

Recent pick-up in uk property market unsustainable - prices will fall in 2010, analysts predict

The current recovery in the UK residential property market will not last long and prices are predicted to fall 7% in 2010, according to analysts.

Property prices soar in China and analysts predicts 20% increases by 2010

Property sales in China surged 60% by value in the first seven months of this year as record lending boosted the real estate market.

ANALYSIS - UK property in recovery? Don't believe the hype

Sinead Cruise and Daryl Loo Reuters 14.08.2009
ANALYSIS - UK property in recovery? Don't believe the hype

LONDON (Reuters) - Hold the celebrations and put the champagne away. A sustained recovery in the UK commercial property market is likely more distant than it might seem, as lingering economic hazards threaten a long-awaited rebound.

Experts Recommend Buy to Let for Properties in Bulgaria

The prices of the residential properties in Bulgaria are going down faster than the rents, so experts recommend buy to let.

REAL ESTATE: Analysts see prices at bottom

HUBBLE SMITH Review-Journal 23.07.2009
REAL ESTATE: Analysts see prices at bottom

Nobody wants to take heat for declaring an end to the Las Vegas housing market downturn, but local analysts don't see the market going much lower, especially in terms of prices.

Property analysts tip relatively unknown Chinese cities for real estate boom

A number of relatively unknown Chinese cities are set for a property boom as the country's real estate recovery gets underway, according to analysts.

What Really Caused The Real Estate Bubble?

Economist's View 09.07.2009
What Really Caused The Real Estate Bubble?

What exactly caused the collective irrational behavior that led to real estate prices rising to unsustainable levels? That is the question that Harvard economist Ed Glaeser and University of Oregon economist Mark Thoma attempt to answer. See the following post from Economist's View for their hypotheses.

Brookfield could use renewable power sale to fund real estate investments: analyst

TORONTO — Brookfield Renewable Power Inc. is giving no specific details about how it will use $945 million from the sale of its Canadian business, but one analyst says the company may use the money to fund real estate investments and other "opportunistic transactions."


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