Issue: May 10, 2006   (Archive)
Monday, May 25, 2015   

Moving farther afield
Land in Bangkok is getting more expensive, prompting developers to check out areas surrounding Thailand's capital - such as Mo Chit, considered the new transportation hub as several mass transit lines will go through it.

Ultra-luxurious bait for buyers
Real estate is war - and for residential developers in Miami, luxury is the weapon of choice. Today's condo towers aren't just offering the high ceilings, rooftop pools and European appliances of building cycles past.

Magic in Miami
Heralded as America's City of the Future, Miami is well known for its glamorous lifestyle, brilliant weather and glistening white beaches.

Darling, that's life!
A chance at city living at its best in Sydney is now to be had with a second release of apartments at Darling Square.

Buyers lap up luxury
Looking to cash in on red-hot sentiment, developers are ramping up launches of luxury projects. While generous sweeteners are usually offered to those buying premium homes, some developers are confidently raising prices.

Developers feel the pinch in Singapore
Resales of homes in Singapore have soared to almost half of all private residential property transactions, forcing developers to consider cutting prices as a flood of new apartments enters the market.

Still hot in the city
Developers in san Francisco, California have been working much faster to build new homes but they never seem to be fast enough.

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.

A Prime Collection
Prestigious property exhibition The Collection is returning to Hong Kong for its eighth year, once again offering options in Britain to homebuyers and investors alike.

Tranquil life awaits
The Point is a modern and dynamic residential development in the London borough of Redbridge, known locally as the leafy suburb.

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