London: Demand for super-prime lettings strengthens

While the uncertainty surrounding Brexit and the stability of the government has led to hesitation in some sales markets, it has caused demand for super-prime (£5,000+ per week) lettings property to strengthen. According to Tom Bill’s new report a total of 40 transactions were agreed in this price bracket during the second quarter of 2019,…

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Manila: Chinese interest is a key residential market driver

According to the new Metro Manila Market Update, despite the delivery of a large volume of new residential units, absorption rates are high and inventory levels low, with strong demand from Chinese nationals relocating for work proving a key market driver. Taguig City together with Makati City remain the top performers, achieving the highest-priced condominiums….

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Bangkok:The city’s condominium market cools

Weaker economic conditions and currency fluctuations are behind the recent slowdown in sales activity, although prices remain resilient. The rise of the Thai Baht against the Yuan and US dollar has led to weaker overseas demand and there are signs developers are exercising caution when launching new projects.  

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