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    London’s Construction Boom set to Continue

    London seems to be in a perpetual state of reconstruction as supply increases to meet the demands of a population that is soon set to surpass its 1939 peak of 8.615 million. Read more

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    Wednesday26Aug2015

    London seems to be in a perpetual state of reconstruction as supply increases to meet the demands of a population that is soon set to surpass its 1939 peak of 8.615 million.

    Wednesday12Aug2015

    In June, Berlin became the first city in Germany to introduce a cap on rents in the capital. On 1st August French President Francois Hollande enforced rent controls in Paris, delivering on his manifesto promise of sweeping housing reform.

    Wednesday05Aug2015

    Hotel sales worldwide are on target for an outstanding year after totalling more than €39bn in the first half of 2015 ...

    Friday24Jul2015

    In reaction to the rising numbers of property investors buying up several apartments for short-term rental, the hotel sector is putting pressure on governments.....

    Monday15Jun2015

    Managers of the €1.6m Real Estate Capital Asia Partners (RECAP), SC Capital have said that property prices in Singapore need to drop another 30%

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