UK Government Policy Likely To Increase Bank Repossessions

Over the last three months we have heard nothing but bad news concerning the UK recession and with the conservative/lib dem government’s economic blinkers firmly in position, it’s anticipated that there will be a much higher rate of bank repossessions in the future as we nose-dive into an almost certain double dip recession. Today’s reports […]

Predicted Restraint on Confidence for 2011

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The hesitant character that dominates current market sentiment will probably continue to restrain confidence in price growth for 2011. So for the time being, those wishing to sell are encouraged to price their property prudently and to be aware of the required essentials of preparing and presenting their property in order to increase their chances of […]

Atlantic Yards Finally Buys Off Last Opposition

Atlantic Yards can now go ahead - but will it look like this?

The last remaining holdout against the Forest City Ratner Atlantic Yards development has caved after accepting $3 million for his $500,000 apartment in Brooklyn. Daniel Goldstein held out for six years, but as the saying goes – you can’t fight City Hall and after the New York Court of Appeals upheld the decision to allow […]

Las Vegas Luxury Condos at 30 Percent Off

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CityCenter, Las Vegas’ latest luxury condo development has announced a 30% cut in prices for deals that were already agreed. This is an unusual move and one that is hoped will rejuvenate the Las Vegas condominium market. But the thinking is that this is flawed – most agree that  a 30% cut in prices is […]

Confident sales, buoyant rentals – a Dubai Market Update

A mood change has been going around investors worldwide in the last couple of months. The current recovery of the global bourse has boosted investors’ moods, and banks in stabilising countries resumed lending once more, even though with a slow start. This optimistic effect has also caught the local stock markets. Much like the oil […]