Luxury Real Estate Blog and News

Total property sale rises 40% in August

September 08, 2016 - Hong Kong
According to the Land Registry's latest statistics, total number of property transaction has reached 7,430 in August, rising 38% m-o-m, reaching a 14-month high.

Is there a bubble in Phnom Penh property?

September 07, 2016 - Phnom Penh
A surfeit in condominium supply continues to raise suspicions of a bubble encapsulating Phnom Penh’s luxury residential property market.

Tender for Kau To residential plot closing this Friday

September 07, 2016 - Shatin
The tender for the residential plot on Lai Ping Road, Kau To, Sha Tin will be closing this Friday.

Secondary transaction dives over weekend

September 06, 2016 - Hong Kong
With the launch of several projects in the primary market and the Election Day yesterday, transaction in the secondary market has dived in the past weekend.

First batch of 2 new projects sold out

August 23, 2016 - Ma On Shan
2 residential projects, located in Ma On Shan and Shau Kei Wan, were launched in the past week.

Panama predicted to attract rising real estate investment

August 11, 2016 - Panama
Panama is set to see rising demand from international real estate investors, a top conference has heard.

Canadian home prices set to rise 8% in 2016

August 09, 2016 - Canada
With prices continuing to push higher in British Columbia and Ontario and sales hitting records, average home values are set to rise 8% in 2016 to $478,100.

King Abdullah Economic City sets up second home department

August 02, 2016 - Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia megacity, King Abdullah Economic City, has set up a new resale and rental property department to boost secondary sales.

Auckland residential rents up 5% year on year

July 25, 2016 - Auckland
Higher Auckland house prices are not flowing through directly into the rental market, with the city’s average weekly rents seeing year on year increases of around 5%.

Home sales in Hong Kong rise slowly in June

July 22, 2016 - Hong Kong
Residential property prices in Hong Kong stabilised in June with more activity mainly in the primary sector, as developers launched new projects with deep discounts and other enticements.