Price Growth in Australian Cities Unlikely to Continue

The latest data shows that prices in Australian capital cities rose by 2.3% last month, and values were up in every state month on month. Data for the March quarter also showed gains of 3.5% during the first quarter of this year. Every capital city in the country saw values rise over the past three

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Spain’s Golden Visa Program Disappoints International Investors

Spain’s recent attempt at a “Golden Visa” program for international real estate buyers has failed to spark much interest and hasn’t capitalized on the huge market of entrepreneurs and international investors. Initially potential investors were attracted by the lower starting level of €160,000, but this has since been increased to €500,000.

Four Star Investment Development in Hungary Is Selling Well

Saloc Golf Resort & Spa is a brand-new investment development being offered by Selects Resorts. It’s proving to be very popular due to low purchase prices, interest-free finance and excellent returns, not to mention the fact that it’s near Europe’s only calcium spring.

Weakness of Sterling Means UK Investors Should Look outside EU

According to property investment firm Colordarcy, UK investors should look at property outside the European Union due to the current weakness of the pound sterling. Analysts at the firm have commented on the recent performance of sterling against the euro saying “The knock-on effect of this lack of faith in the UK economy is beginning to

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US Architectural Firm Wins Contract to Design Iconic Chinese Development

RTKL Associates, who are based in Baltimore, have won a contract to design an iconic development along the Yangtze River, beating their British and French rivals. The firm was invited to submit plans for the mixed used project in Zhangjiagang, a city located around 60 miles west of Shanghai, by a subsidiary real estate subsidiary

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Taipei Property Market Is Being Distorted by So-Called ‘Star Schools’

The real estate market in Taipei is being distorted because of educational reforms due to be implemented in 2014. This is because compulsory education will be extended from the current nine years to 12 years, and junior high school students will no longer have to take tough entrance exams for entry into senior high schools,

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