Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Monday, October 20, 2014   

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.

Northern lights
High specifications and an abundant range of amenities go into an exciting new development in northwest London, The Northern Quarter, making it the epitome of modern urban living.

Mixed signals from Spain
The latest reports about the Spanish property market are giving out confusing information on how it is faring. While there have been some indications that Spain's falling home prices have slowed their decline, government agency Tinsa suggested the housing market is not as good as it may seem.

Touch of Chiang Mai
Thailand is Asia's popular choice for business and pleasure in equal measure.Offering great economic potential, the country is famed for its blend of modern development and traditional culture, as well as friendly hospitality.

Great vibes
Fusing the spirit of the neighboring City of London with the city vibes of the East End at its prime location in Zone 1, Aldgate Place is well positioned for working, studying and living in the heart of London.

More is Moore
Luxury residential development Moore House is perfectly located in Chelsea to take advantage of what this hip and happening area of London has to offer.

Age is not just a number
A prospective purchaser appointed an estate agent to buy a property, and arrangements were made to have him view the property twice.

Top-quality living
The South Kilburn neighborhood in northwest London is welcoming a 600 million pounds (HK$7.48 billion) regeneration that will transform the area into a hub of quality living, including a luxurious residential development, Argo House.

Big brands in sales hit
Recent market indicators have raised concerns for some international retail brands in Hong Kong as the Occupy Central movement and the slowdown in visitor spending hit retail sales.

Luxury flats demand returns in fine style
Sales of luxury flats have regained momentum after sagging for more than a year, as developers marked down prices and the government eased market cooling measures unleashing pent-up demand from local and mainland buyers alike.

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