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Why We Should Not Buy Any Private Property Until 2017

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

Recently, Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has released 1Q2016 statistics and it clearly shows that our property market is still weak and can potentially see further price correction, in consumer’s favour. 982 more words

Money Matters

The Google I/O 2016 app has hit the market

The Google I/O app has hit the play store for those of you that are heading to the conference.

One thing that is always hard about going to these conferences is that it is hard to schedule so many things and go to them. 149 more words

Mobile

LCBO headquarters in Toronto sold to developers for $260 million

TORONTO – A parcel of land on Toronto’s waterfront owned by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario has been sold for $260 million.

Finance Minister Charles Sousa announced today that the 4.4 hectares in downtown Toronto was purchased by Menkes Developments Ltd., on behalf of a partnership of Menkes, Greystone Managed Investments and Triovest Realty Advisors. 92 more words

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Favourite Developers - Party Chat

This week on Party Chat we share some of our video game developers. 63 more words

Party Chat

Apple's App Store search is completely broken right now

Apple’s App Store search is experiencing significant issues this morning, which, if allowed to continue for a longer period of time, could end up impacting app developers’ sales. 590 more words

TC

Quirky property developer tactics in a slow market

(Source: www.99.co)

During the peak of the property market in 2013, the only thing developers needed to sell units was a nice show flat. In those halcyon days sales came easy; a market of low mortgage rates and strong rental yields did most of the selling. 960 more words

Money Matters

Apple officially killed one of Steve Jobs' favorite projects

(Source: www.techinsider.io)

Before Steve Jobs rejoined Apple in the 1990s, one of the flagship projects at his company, NeXT, was WebObjects, a set of tools for making what were called at the time “internet applications.” Today we just call them websites. 372 more words

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