New research from JLL suggests there is cause for optimism in major real estate markets, despite the intrusion of political events such as the U.S. presidential election and the UK’s proposed exit from the European Union.
Singapore has raised taxes or so-called development charges (DC) on sites for commercial, non-landed residential and for hotel or hospital use.
While Singapore’s economic success, particularly in banking and finance, remains undisputed, the same cannot be said about its sporting prowess.
Recent research shows transparency in global real estate markets is improving, but what does the future hold?
2016 has been a whirlwind year globally, with the United Kingdom’s (UK) vote in June to leave the European Union (EU), and […]