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Find Out the Various Advantages of a New Launch Condominium in Singapore

Singapore has some great pricey condominium properties; buying a new condo with fantastic amenities is the best decision you can make in real estate. Scarcity of land is the main reason for the high cost of apartments. 430 more words

Condominium Singapore

Advantages of Acquiring a London Property and Being Successful in a Real Estate Career

If you are living in Singaporeyou would have heard of Huttons. This realty giant is expanding its services far and wide. The company has partnered with associates in Malaysia and Philippines and is growing rapidly and expanding internationally too. 421 more words

Condominium Singapore

vs. Knight Communications / Christopher Knight - Chapter 2: Rent Arrears Started

When Christopher Knight moved in on 9 September 2011, he paid rent for two months only. Galliard Residential notified us that the next rent due was on 1 November 2011. 1,132 more words

Christopher Knight



My writing is about our complaint against a letting agent, Galliard Residential (Galliard).

I am one of the owners of an apartment in London. We are the overseas investors of the Galliard “Buy to Let” Scheme. 2,507 more words

Buy To Let

Bank of England's Mark Carney says property bubble could 'trigger recession'

Booming property prices could trigger a fresh recession as households become increasingly indebted, the Governor of the Bank of England has warned.

Mark Carney said a property price bubble remained the biggest risk to the UK’s economy in the medium term. 482 more words

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What does a London property buy elsewhere in Britain?

What do you get for your money? Cheryl Markosky compares prices in the capital with the rest of Britain.

With homes in London now £200,000 more than the UK average, the gulf in the housing market is the widest it’s ever been. 577 more words


It's hard to put the scale of London's property boom into words, so here are some charts

You can buy a lot with £76,000 ($130,000). That’s how much the average London home has appreciated over the past year.

The capital’s property market continues to defy gravity, with the… 185 more words