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Archived posts about Alternative Investments for May 2011

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Recent research has suggested that the European hotel industry is showing steady signs of growth in the wake of the global economic crisis...


Price increases and a rise in new developments act as proof that residential real estate markets in Baltic and Eastern European markets are recovering...


Investors looking to take advantage of the burgeoning student accommodation sector have been told to look towards regional cities ahead of London in order to achieve the best returns...


Regional student housing is the best property sector in the UK to invest in. This is according to the latest survey from Knight Frank, which revealed that the sector outperformed all other property asset classes in the year to December 2010....


After more than 10 years since the infamous BRICs Report by Jim O'Neil of Goldman Sachs – the latest "next big thing" to invest in according to one research house is MINT...


London has emerged as one of the most lucrative cities for those considering making a hotel investment, the latest data suggests. Looking at the trivago Hotel Price Index, buyers will note that the metropolis remains one of Europe's best bets as hotel rates in the capital rose by ten per cent in the last month alone...


As builders and developers battle it out to secure the best spaces in London, prices have steadily crept up over the last year. Savills notes that land values in the centre of the capital have seen double-digit growth in the past six months....


After a couple of jolly busy weeks, what with the barrage of Easter egg hunts, followed by a series of Royal knees-ups, and of course hunting down Osama Bin Laden, there has been little space in the news for anything really relating to property at all...