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Sam Zell Observing Brazilian Market Opportunities BILLIONAIRE AND WORLD CLASS developer Sam Zell will form a real estate funding company in Brazil that aims to capitalize on that country’s property market as it believes that Bra…
Global Investors Wait Until Japanese Property Prices Fall Further JAPAN, AUSTRALIA, AND CHINA are the best countries for property investors, according to an annual survey that was conducted to determine the spread of investment destinations of wo…
Banks Urge Indian Developers to Control Property Prices THE INDIAN REAL ESTATE market has become active again. Accordingly, developers are now enthusiastic and stop giving price discounts and raise property prices in response to rising …
World Retail Market Not Affected by Crisis THE CURRENT GLOBAL crisis has caused jitters in the global economy. But, the property market condition in one country is not always the same in other countries, especially concerni…
Stronger Positive Sentiment in Indonesian Property Market INVESTORS ARE NOW MORE OPTIMISTIC about the Indonesian property market. In Q2-2009, macro-economic indicators showed signs of improvement amidst the global crisis. Improvement in t…
Efforts of Regaining Success in Caribbean’s Property Industry OVER THE PAST DECADE, the property market of Caribbean Islands was quite attractive and real estate assets in the area were highly saleable. Developers not necessarily went all out…
Laws and Selling of Islands in Indonesia IN DECEMBER 2007 an advertisement that put on sale Pulau Panjang (33 hectares) and Pulau Meriam Besar (5 hectares) in West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, appeared on a website, karangas…
Senin, 31/08/2009

Waiting for the Next Wave

Waiting for the Next Wave THE CURRENT GLOBAL economic crisis started in 2008. So far a number of countries have shown signs of recovery. They have managed to survive recession. However, property analysts st…
Commercial Property Faces Slow Global Market GLOBAL PROPERTY SURVEY from Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors says the global market of commercial property is still slow. Price discounts and incentives have not been enoug…
Malaysia’s Property Still Attractive Despite Price Slump DESPITE A DECLINE PRICES the Malaysian property market remains highly attractive. The country’s property investments also still have quite good prospects. This is because the gov…
Are Banks Traumatic or Paranoid? ALTHOUGH PROPERTY DEVELOPERS in Indonesia are still optimistic about the future of the property market amidst the jitters caused by the global economic crisis, at this time they st…
Indonesia Strongest in Global Crisis AMONG ASIAN CONTRIES, Indonesia is the strongest to survive the global economic crisis. When property prices in Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, India and Hong Kong are plunging, they…
Singapore Property Auctioned, Prices Down THE SINGAPORE PROPERTY sector has not been spared from the current global economic recession. Housing prices declined 13.8 percent in the first semester of 2009. Urban Redevelopmen…
Vietnam Faces Office Space Crisis THE CURRENT CRISIS of office space in Vietnam is not due to supply shortages but because of the opposite reason. Oversupply has caused rent prices decline significantly. This condi…
Chinese Property Market Regains Breath CHINA IS NOW LIKE SOMEONE whose heart stops for a while before returning to normal. In March, such a sign of life was visible in China. Housing prices picked up for the first time …
India’s Developers Tightly Grip Cash Flow DECLINING PROFITS have put property developers in India under very strong pressure. The development of commercial property in that country is predicted to decline quite significant…