Issue: May 10, 2006   (Archive)
Sunday, November 23, 2014   



Down Wembley way
The residential development North West Village is a part of the dynamic Wembley Park regeneration spanning more than 80 acres, bringing excellent connectivity and amenities.

Luck of Irish still holds
The housing market in Northern Ireland continued to enjoy strong price gains in October, marking the 17th monthly increase in a row, according to a survey by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

Stable Investment in Vancouver
Occupying a prime spot in the city known for its stability, the Granville at 70th development in Vancouver's West Side offers residents full access to what matters most on the livability scale - education, culture, environment and infrastructure.

Upgraders show signs of return
In a market still dominated by first-home buyers, those looking to upgrade their apartments appear to be staging a comeback amid modest pricing for new projects.

Buying has only just begun
The end of asset purchases comes at a challenging time for some markets. The economies of Europe and China are slowing, while the mainland's non- performing loans have increased.

Luxury comes cheaper at new hot spot for buyers
Kau To Shan is emerging as a hot spot for Hong Kong's luxury home market, with more than 1,800 units to be launched in the hilly area in Sha Tin within the next two years. Analysts believe prices there will be modest, attracting upgraders from across the SAR.

A Landmark Community in Vancouver
Over the past two years, the exchange rate of the Canadian dollar has hit a historical low, creating a favorable opportunity for overseas buyers looking to invest in the Canadian real estate market.

Germany leads charge
Germany stands out as a safe investment haven for Europe, while the continent's economy continues its recovery.

To the nines
The London skyline will soon welcome western Europe's tallest residential project, One Nine Elms, on the South Bank of the River Thames at Vauxhall.

Brew with a view
An exciting mixed-use development, The Ram Quarter, will transform the central Wandsworth neighborhood in southwest London.



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