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Shoreditch Overview

Shoreditch Overview As one of the host boroughs of the 2012 London Olympics, Hackney has benefitted from multi-billion pound investment from Transport for London, the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), Mayor of London and the Government. The upgrade of the London Overground rail line in 2007, which runs to Liverpool Street and Euston, as well […]
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Elephant & Castle Overview

Elephant & Castle Overview Elephant & Castle is a vibrant neighbourhood just south of the River Thames in Central London. The area is strategically located within walking distance of the Southbank, four minutes by tube to the heart of the City and halfway between Westminster and London Bridge. Elephant & Castle is part of the […]
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Does UK’s Hung Parliament Impact Real Estate?

The lack of a majority party in the UK’s general election led investors and homebuyers to wonder how the hung parliament would affect real estate prices. While the market is still run by overall economic activity and most recently Brexit, this newest political outcome brings a new element of uncertainty to England’s housing market. Experts […]
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Why Birmingham is the Most Important City of 201

London is a capital rich city and the purchasing managers’ index rose to a year-long high of nearly 57% This is a city with more than 8 million and it will always going to deliver higher returns on investment than even others. London has always been a reliable city for property investors. According to other […]
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Brexit – Boon for Foreign Investors in Housing

Over the short term, housing demand is influenced by employment outlook, wage growth and the availability and cost of mortgages. Post Brexit, the perceived threats to the financial services sector may reduce high-end domestic demand. However, a devalued sterling opens a large buying opportunity, notably from the dollar pegged currencies of the Middle East and […]
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Brighton’s Boston Landing – Excellent Opport

With a recently inaugurated commuter infill rail station named Boston Landing, a former vacant brownfield site located just outside of Downtown Boston, has become the next epicentre for transit-oriented development. The station is located just west of the Everett Street bridge, next to the Massachusetts Turnpike. It will serve the Allston-Brighton area as well as the Boston Landing development. The initiation […]
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The District Burlington – Massive Buy-to-Let O

The District Burlington is transforming a traditional 1970s office park into a 24/7 walkable, vibrant and eclectic mixed-use neighborhood. The District has a buzzed about business environment that meets the needs of today’s innovative work force. It’s a place that is surrounded by renowned wellness and beauty shops, a yoga studio, restaurants, an open roof […]
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Singapore Real Estate Market a Wake-Up Call for

Something wonderful happened in Singapore in 2016 – a record breaking $16.2 billion worth of deals were struck in real estate. Was it in the commercial sector? No. Was the money going towards new housing? No. Was it for the public housing sector? Not even close. The record breaking worth of investments occurred in the […]
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Brexit Begins – Demand for UK Real Estate, Ris

Article 50 was enacted recently by the British Prime Minister Theresa May, signaling the beginning of Brexit. You would think that this meant a significant change in the UK real estate market, but in reality, it means that the high yields that investors have enjoyed over the past 30 years will remain the same. Astounding Demand […]
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Indian Real Estate Investors turn to Manchester

Uncertainties awaiting project approvals, certifications and overall delay in delivery times of the property make Indian real estate a high-risk proposition. In addition, since the past 4 years, the value in Indian real estate has plateaued yielding no significant capital appreciation for property investments even in metropolitan cities like Mumbai and Delhi. Investors who purchased […]
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