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Overseas Property Market News 18Sep17

Why Vietnam still attracts emerging-market bulls

Vietnam’s economy has grown rapidly over the last 30 years. Here’s why bulls think the outlook remains bright.[Read More]

Source: www.marketwatch.com / Published on 18 September 2017

Overseas Property Market News 15Sep17

Condo prices lowered to attract locals, says study

Developers’ efforts to target local buyers have resulted in reduced prices for mid-range and affordable condos, according to a recent study.

Prices of mid-range and affordable dwellings in condo developments dropped by one percent in the first six months of this year, compared to 2016. [Read More]

Source: The Phnom Penh Post / Published on 14 September 2017

Overseas Property Market News 14Sep17

Pound jumps as Bank of England hints at rate rise

The Bank of England has said that higher inflation and a pick up in growth could lead to a rate hike in “the coming months”.
Members of the Bank’s nine-strong Monetary Policy Committee voted 7-2 to keep interest rates on hold at 0.25%.
But the committee was talking in much stronger terms about an increase, analysts said.[Read More]

Source: BBC News / Published on 14 September 2017

Overseas Property Market News 24Aug17

Half year market review points to robust performance

After a frenetic first half to 2017, CBRE Cambodia takes a look back on some of the key market trends witnessed during the second quarter and what they might mean for the future of Phnom Penh’s real estate market.

The market remains underpinned by robust developer confidence in the health of Cambodia’s economy and the country’s future prospects. [Read More]

Source: The Phnom Penh Post / Published on 24 August 2017

Overseas Property Market News 5Aug17

Qatar is largest owner of London property

ondon and the UK are at the centre of inward investment in Europe. London property has so much investment from foreign countries that proposals are being mooted to monitor foreign purchases.

London ranks top for culture, accessibility, transport links and tourism, the capital attracts primarily Middle Eastern and Chinese investors.[Read More]

Source: Sunday Guardian / Published on 5 Aug 2017

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