As Vietnam continues to ride the crest of an economic wave, there are abundant opportunities for residential investors, especially in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).
Malaysia’s interest in overseas real estate, notably in Australia and the UK, has increased, supported by a weaker pound and a softer AUD (Australian dollar)
China’s “land kings” have recently been living up to their nickname by bidding and paying sky-high prices for land in the country’s top cities.
Singapore has raised taxes or so-called development charges (DC) on sites for commercial, non-landed residential and for hotel or hospital use.
With the end of the G20 meeting in Hangzhou, China has made its stamp not only as host but as a global economic force that can’t be ignored.
Improvements in global real estate market transparency have brought more focus to property as an investment class.