Luxury Real Estate Blog and News
China’s most expensive apartment is no longer for sale, amidst a government investigation involving profiteering charges against the developer Sinobo Real Estate.
The French government has cashed in on Hong Kong's property boom by selling its Hong Kong consular residence for 74.5 million US dollars, a news report said Tuesday.
Hong Kong property developer Sun Hung Kai Properties yesterday bought a rare prime residential site in a highly anticipated government auction for HK$4.49 billion (US$578 million).
A residential site of about 47,400 sq. ft. on Singapore’s East Coast is up for sale by the tender, reports Today. The site is home to a 113-year old former beach villa that was built by the late Choa Kim Keat, after whom Kim Keat Road in Balestier is named.
The richest man in Ukraine has emerged as the buyer of Britain's most expensive flat – a penthouse apartment in the luxury One Hyde Park property development – for £136m.
Monaco was the world’s most expensive luxury residential market for the third straight year in 2010 because of demand from wealthy buyers in the Mediterranean principality, which levies no personal income tax.
Not far from the home of Scottish rugby lies Belmont Drive, Scotland's most expensive residential street with an average price of £2,346,000, according to latest research from Bank of Scotland.