Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Sunday, November 29, 2015   

Never assume anything
ESTATE AGENTS SHOULD provide accurate property information to clients and take reasonable steps to verify the related information.

Sterling stuff
A landmark building within Beaufort Park in London, the 17-story The Sterling Apartments offers some of the very best modern living in the city, with elite and premier flats.

View to a thrill
WHEN HONG KONG life gets too hectic, sometimes you dream of owning a luxury villa away from it all. Well, if you have cash to spare, Private Sanctuary is offering you a chance to buy a villa in Lombok, Indonesia, built just for you for below US$500,000 (HK$3.9 million)

Courting the millennials
WHEN IT COMES to the US housing market, increasingly it's all about the millennial."They are not only the future, they are the present for housing," said Jonathan Smoke, economist for "They are the biggest age group buying homes today."

Bracing for US rate hike
HONG KONG'S PROPERTY market is bracing for the impact of an expected US interest rate hike.

Mainland firms in office swoops
The penetration of big mainland firms in the local office sector appears to be an unstoppable force if two recent two eye-catching deals - and one potential one in Kowloon Bay - are anything to go by.

Top mainland developer building up workforce of robots
China Vanke, the biggest property developer by sales in the mainland, is recruiting robots to sweep floors and guard its properties to address a labor shortage and rising wage bills.

REITs in perpetual motions
Singapore landlords are loading up on bonds masked as equity to get around new rules curbing their debt amid a property slump.

Mirror, mirror ON THE WALL
Strong returns will be the reward for those investing wisely in the UK buy- to-let residential property market, according to a confident prediction of Grant Property Investment, one of the UK's largest management and investment companies.

Star life
Situated in kuala LUMPUR'S central business district, Star Residences Two is set to become one of Malaysia's prominent commercial and tourist landmarks.

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