Over 150 nationalities invested in property within the emirate in 2015, as prime residential apartments continue to produce yields that outperform the market average. Summary: Prime property within Dubai is attracting the most investor interest due to consistently outperforming the market average Prices are increasing steadily within the prime property market, with more dramatic rises… Read more »
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Month: June 2016
Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s maintained its BBB- for the country’s economy and warns political instability could derail future growth. Summary: South Africa’s economic growth forecast was lowered by 1% by ratings agency Standard & Poor’s as it maintained its BBB- rating The country has been warned that comprehensive economic reforms must be implemented in… Read more »
You need to buy Dubai property now, investors have been told. Summary: There has been a recent change in the sentiment surrounding the Dubai property market One expert has warned investors not to miss the bus and advised they should secure assets soon There is set to be substantial growth in the emirate leading up… Read more »
Despite an uplift in the number of foreign workers in the city, investors in Singapore are now seeing monthly rents slide. Summary: Rental rates in Singapore are falling Despite an increase in the number of foreign workers in the city, lower earnings mean fewer people can afford to pay higher monthly rates Government imposed cooling… Read more »
University cities in the north-west, particularly Manchester and Liverpool, offer investors the highest yields in the country. Summary: North-west university towns are producing the best yields for property investors across the country Manchester tops the list, with yields of over 6%, outperforming the average found in London, at 4.86% The northern city needs to build… Read more »
The vision for Oxford Road’s new neighbourhood, Circle Square, is one step closer to realisation today after joint venture partners Select Property Group (Select) and Bruntwood were given planning permission for the biggest planning application of the scheme.