Distressed Property | Foreclosures

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In reaction to the rising numbers of property investors buying up several apartments for short-term rental, the hotel sector is putting pressure on governments.....
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Managers of the €1.6m Real Estate Capital Asia Partners (RECAP), SC Capital have said that property prices in Singapore need to drop another 30%
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The dollar has enjoyed a meteoric rise since the middle of 2014, reaching highs against major currencies not seen since before the global downturn....
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Price growth is continuing at a steady pace throughout the UK's property markets despite weakening wage growth.....
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As it emerged the Tories had won a majority government at last week’s general election and mansion tax fears subsided....
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As highlighted in IPIN’s ‘Emerging Trends in Global Property Markets 2015’ series, American property investors are harnessing the power.....
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As it draws closer to the UK's elections, foreign exchange markets have displayed more volatility than seen since the US had its 'fiscal cliff' moment.....
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Even before London’s property boom the city as well as other areas of Britain have been considered safe investments for overseas buyers and developers.....
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The UAE has seen a significant increase in investor interest in its real estate in the last year, returning to its former glory days before the global financial crisis.....
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Standard Life reported an "unprecedented level of customer contact" in the days following 6th April when new pension freedoms came into effect in Britain....
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Investment in global real estate markets shows no signs of abating this year, with statistics showing house price rises.....
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A shortage of residential real estate in Dubai is directing the attention of investors and developers towards the luxury hotel apartment market.....
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In the never-ending saga that continues with Battersea Power Station, several purchasers are selling their flats that not only remain un-lived in but have not even been built.......
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So would residents of London like to be more like New York City? In a scheme announced by the Chancellor George Osborne.....
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2014 was an exciting year for international property investors and we’ve seen the market open wider than ever before as we get closer to.....
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Would you like to have a Vegas-style gambling casino in your neighbourhood or for that matter on your street? This is the issue is being presented to the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.....
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The international hotel sector is set for exponential growth in 2015 as Chinese insurers continue their foray into prime property markets.....
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There are several reasons real estate is the most popular tangible investment on the market: revenue streams from rentals; long-term capital growth.....
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After an encouraging year for foreign investment in its real estate sector, Turkey's government is set to boost the market further through the introduction.....
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The following is a summary of the distressed properties market relating to the US only. Whilst IPIN's expertise extends to distressed assets internationally.....
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It is possible to invest in property without taking individual ownership of physical assets and the associated risks by dealing in property-related shares....
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Whilst topics regarding the NHS, taxation and immigration are the most notable leading up to the British 2015 election, one issue that certainly gets its share of media attention.....
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In May 2014 Britain's Planning Resource organisation reported that according to Office for National Statistics (ONS).....
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April 2015 will see changes to pension legislation come into effect allowing lump sums to be transferred into bank accounts for any purpose.....
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Industry professionals predict that Thailand’s residential property market could see up to 10% growth on the back of the country’s improving economic fundamentals....
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2014 has seen a resurgence of Britons buying property overseas, seeking to capitalise on a strengthening pound in Eurozone markets, where house prices are still heavily discounted and mortgages are cheap.....
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Property speculators from Singapore have poured money into overseas real estate markets this year, amidst a cooling domestic market.....
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As Chinese investment in overseas real estate remains at the highest levels ever seen, its domestic market has experienced declining house prices.....
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The British property market continues its stellar rise from strength to strength, with little or no sign of abating in the near future....
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The dollar has had a spectacular few months, rising with considerable strength against major currencies beyond even the most bullish analyst expectations.....
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Brendan Grylls, MP for the Pilbara, Western Australia has a vision of expanding the local population with 25,000 international migrants....
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So, does London really need another expensive hotel to accommodate business and holiday visitors? Obviously the local hotel industry thinks so with the new Conrad Hotel.....
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Recent reports suggest that overseas investors now own almost 25% of all UK commercial property, most of it in London.....
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