Archive for January, 2011

This weeks news round up from Propertywire.com

January 28, 2011

Further Chinese measures to curb real estate market
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Turkey property prices up in five key locations
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Plans for new ski development near Chamonix in the French Alps unveiled
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Low cost property auctions set to become more popular in the UK
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Little known tax allowance could save holiday home owners thousands
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US residential market could be at bottom, index specialist suggests
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Property prices at rock bottom, back to 2004 levels in some parts of Bulgaria
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UK property tax increase unlikely to hit prime real estate market
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Call for cost effective sustainable houses for the UK
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Private residence club offers apartments in Tuscan countryside
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Brisbane property market set to dip in aftermath of floods
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US existing home sales exceed expectations
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UK property rent attitudes changing
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Todays news from Propertywire.com

January 24, 2011

Brisbane property market set to dip in aftermath of floods. Read more…

US existing home sales exceed expectations
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UK property rent attitudes changing. Read more...

This weeks news from Propertywire.com

January 21, 2011

Falling sales cool Singapore’s red hot property market
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Villa prices steady but rest Dubai property will see further falls
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Northern Emirates property market subdued, further price falls expected
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Spanish court ruling helps victims of property scams
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Auctions in US repossession hotspots down for first time since credit crunch
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More than half of UK estate agents report buoyant start to the year
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Asia leads the way in sustainable real estate solutions
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Confidence returning to specific locations and developments in the Dubai real estate market
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Mixed outlook for UK property market as finance remains a problem
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Trump brand and luxury residential tower for India
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Ringo Starr puts exclusive riverside US ranch up for sale
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Research suggests property is seen as better investment than gold
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Residential property prices starting to rise in Baltic states
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End of 2010 sees strong surge in land sales in England
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This weeks news from Propertywire.com 10th – 12th Jan

January 12, 2011

 

Recession hit property owners looking to rent should seek advice

More UK property landlords confident

New RICS Land and Society Commission calls for evidence

Property prices in central London boosted by European buyers

Halifax says UK property prices likely to fall further in 2011

Abu Dhabi sees steep rent falls in last quarter of 2010

Property prices slowing down in Brazil’s largest city

News from Propertywire

January 7, 2011

 

Chinese ban on foreign real estate investment profits
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Property surveyors report a poor outlook for the UK construction industry
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US prices set to fall again in 2011 after turbulent 12 months
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Spanish property down further as expert warns of two year wait for recovery
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Australia was top performing real estate market in 2010
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Most leading global real estate markets showing signs of recovery
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New glossy global online property magazine launched

January 5, 2011

Wednesday January 05, 2011

Property Wire, the global property news information service, has today (Wednesday January 05, 2011) launched a new glossy magazine for readers around the world.

Titled Property Wire Confidential , it is a 16 page colour online magazine that is packed with information about the global real estate market.

‘The aim is to give buyers, sellers, and dreamers, real facts and information that they need to know wherever they might be thinking of investing,’ said editor Ray Clancy.

‘It fills a gap in the market as many property investors are no longer limited to buying in just one place. There are huge opportunities in emerging property markets, for example, but often not much information,’ she added.

The first edition has a four page ski special and a feature on why Chinese buyers like property in London. There is also a top tips section from a property expert in Brazil. ‘We use real people and real properties in the magazine. Ruban, our expert in South America, for example, actually works in the property industry and has lots of real estate contacts so the information is trustworthy,’ explained Clancy.

The Publishing Group believes it has identified a need for reliable information. ‘Our readers want a high standard of information and they don’t want to have to trawl the internet and the search engines to find it. Property Wire Confidential fulfils that need,’ added Clancy.

‘I believe that 2011 is going to be a great year for investing in property but those indulging need to do their research and get the kind of information that is not always available, or available at a hefty cost from consultants.’

Publisher Marco Callegari believes that it marks a new trend in terms of providing information this way online. ‘Property market publishing has been dominated by lead generation websites when what the consumer needs is cutting edge analysis and this is what Property Wire Confidential will provide,’ he said.

Initially the magazine will be sent out to The Publishing Group’s 60,000 registered readers and there are plans to expand in the near future, possibly to a print format. ‘We believe there is still a market for print in the real estate sector and we are currently undertaking research in this area,’ added Callegari.

Note to Editors:

For further information please contact Ray Clancy, editor Property Wire Confidential
00 33 233 496412   ray@thepublishinggroup.co.ukThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

For Advertising please contact Marco Callegari, publisher Property Wire
0207 490 0588    marco@thepublishinggroup.co.ukThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

For other enquiries please contact Nia Williams, editorial director
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Property Wire is part of The Publishing Group (TPG)

About TPG’s Publications:

Investment International is a long established offshore investment website aimed at the high-net-worth expatriate investor who is interested in bonds, funds, equities and offshore savings accounts. Readership varies from UK based individuals looking to invest in global opportunities, to international investors interested in tax efficient investment offers and institutional investors.

Mortgage Introducer is a leading industry magazine and website aimed at the mortgage professional and independent financial advisor. Now in its 11th year of publication, it is leading the way for mortgage professionals by maintaining a strong editorial focus on development and training.

Property Wire provides daily breaking news covering global property markets as well as in-depth analysis and commentary. It covers residential and commercial property sectors around the globe with the latest information on both traditional and emerging markets. It is aimed at professional investors and analysts as well as those involved in the real estate industry.

Every Investor is an online publication offering the latest independent financial news. It also has comparison tables, research reports and free guides and newsletters that are aimed at everyone who is interested in investing.

Homebuying is a consumer website catering for homebuyers and remortgagors. It covers the latest tips about buying, selling or renovating your home and also home insurance and help on finding a mortgage adviser.

More condos being sold in Florida as house transactions fall

January 5, 2011

More condos being sold in Florida as house transactions fall

China bracing itself for new property cooling measures in 2011

NZ sees record low level of new property listings and drop in asking prices

London West End office rents set to grow by 8%

Joining BRIC set to boost South African property market

Britain’s most expensive properties revealed

Dubai property prices down again, latest figures show

 

This weeks news from Propertywire.com

January 4, 2011

More condos being sold in Florida as house transactions fall
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China bracing itself for new property cooling measures in 2011
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NZ sees record low level of new property listings and drop in asking prices
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London West End office rents set to grow by 8%
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Joining BRIC set to boost South African property market
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Britain’s most expensive properties revealed
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Dubai property prices down again, latest figures show
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