Luxury Real Estate Blog and News
Development firms in Hong Kong are seeking to unload their recent land purchases quicker, signifying that home price growth could slow down.
Vancouver, one of the hottest housing markets in North America, is getting a little tougher for wealthy Chinese buyers.
More than half of the 1,900 ultra-luxury apartments built in London last year failed to sell, raising fears that the capital will be left with dozens of “posh ghost towers”.
Real estate prices in Croatia in 2017 rose 2.32% compared to the previous year of 2016.
Landlords who rent out flats on websites such as Airbnb for months at a time face new restrictions under proposals put before the Scottish Government.
Flat D, Low-Floor, Tower 2, Sorrento, Kowloon Station, with a saleable area of 1,052 sq ft, has been changed hand for HKD 23.3 million, or HKD 22,148 per sq ft.