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IPIN Live - Archived Articles for April 2012

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International Property: Battle of the Capitals - North America

Times are certainly good in many capital cities right now, as wealthy buyers from emerging markets and around the world drive up prices even as the markets around them wither and stagnate...

Monday 30 Apr 2012

Double-Dip: UK Slides Back into Recession

On Wednesday (April 25th), the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published its preliminary data about the UK's gross domestic product (GDP) for the first quarter of the year - and it didn't make for pleasant reading...

Monday 30 Apr 2012

London and South-East Buy-to-Let: A Smart Investment?

Much has been made of the increasing attractiveness of the UK's buy-to-let market, with high residential property prices resulting in a rising number of households entering the private rented sector (PRS), rather than purchasing their own home.

Wednesday 25 Apr 2012

On the Up: London's Rental Market Continues to Grow

There is an increasing disparity between the rental market in central London and elsewhere in the UK. According to the latest figures in the HomeLet Rental Index, the average cost of accommodation in the capital stood at GBP 1,156 per month in March...

Monday 23 Apr 2012

The Saudi Arabia Property Boom

With a rise in population causing demand for housing to exceed supply, IPIN Global examines the Saudi Arabia property boom in depth. Property prices have been on the increase for nearly 10 years and they are expected to grow 5% from 2012 to 2013, but how long can this last? Could cities like Riyadh one day experience a property crash like the one Dubai has endured?

Wednesday 18 Apr 2012

International Property: Battle of the Capitals - Europe

Right now around the world, many capital cities are markets-apart from the countries they represent, and even distanced from the world as a whole; like they have created a new world just for them. Ever since the US sub-prime crisis morphed into the international financial crisis...

Tuesday 17 Apr 2012

Commercial Property Developers Show Increased Confidence in UK

Commercial property developers in the UK have put their faith behind the economy's ability to avoid the fated double dip recession, as the Savills Total Commercial Development Activity Index for March rises...

Tuesday 17 Apr 2012

Buy to Let Investment and Online Agents

Buy to let investment is sometimes glamorised, not least because of the increase in overseas property investment, coined fly to let investments made in some of the world's hottest locations...

Thursday 12 Apr 2012

Could Online Estate Agents be the Future of UK House Sales?

In the UK (and most places I suppose) we sell our houses through an estate agent. We always have done. We find an agent, they put up a for sale board, put our property up in their window...

Wednesday 11 Apr 2012

EU Crisis and the UK Property Market

With the worsening sovereign debt crisis in Europe threatening the stability of the whole continent and the UK struggling to tackle its own massive national debt - the UK property market has no option but to wake up and smell the coffee...

Wednesday 11 Apr 2012

Down and Dirty with the Property Recovery - Indonesia

When the US financial crisis started to show its true global teeth, all the talk of markets being immune to it quickly died...

Wednesday 04 Apr 2012

South-East London: One to Watch for Property Investors

There is often much talk about where the next hotspot for property investment will be in London and the south-east of the capital is certainly one to keep an eye on over the next few years...

Tuesday 03 Apr 2012