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  • Manila Property Investment FAQ

    What are the financing programs that are applicable to Manila Real Estate? Typically, there are four kinds of options that you can choose from: (a) Bank Financing (b) In house Financing (c) Spot Cash Payments with a discount (d) HDMF Loan The availability of a particular financing program varies from developer to developer. Although, some […]

  • The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah, Bali – Will quickly come to feel like the exclusive family home it once was.

    The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah, Bali – Will quickly come to feel like the exclusive family home it once was.

    The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah has gone to great lengths to ensure its guests experience the most restful retreat possible. The resort sprawls over five hectares (12 acres). With beautifully landscaped gardens that create an inviting and idyllic holiday mood. Just beyond its boundaries, the sight of endlessly rolling rice fields stretching out into […]

  • Foreign investment in Vietnam real estate and construction sectors

    Foreign investors have returned to Vietnam ready to invest in cash-troubled Vietnamese property developers. Foreigners armed with capital are demanding higher returns than previously and expect closer ties with management. The Vietnamese government has restricted bank lending to local property developers, which is putting the developers under great stress and has allowed for “Golden opportunities” […]

  • Siam Reap overview for property investment and travel

    Siam Reap remains Cambodia’s most popular destination for property investment but Phnom Penh is not far behind, and the southern coast is the new place to get away from it all. Siem Reap once a sleepy village caters to an increasing number of tourists as a gateway to Angkor and today the town’s charming streets […]

  • Cambodia Colonial Mansions & Property Investment of resorts and house projects

    Cambodia, the small Asian country most renowned for the ruins of the khmer empire at Angkok, has developed in leaps and bounds over the last decade. Previously popular with backpackers, the country is now home to a rich sprinkling of boutique hotels, beautifully renovated old colonial mansions and uber-modern designer adobes. It’s also getting its […]

  • Jamu Nature Spa at the Andaman – Langkawi, Malaysia.

    Translucent, pristine waters that gently wash onto the white sandy beach of Datai Bay for a sort of blue, watery, front garden to this virgin-rainforest resort. The grand ballroom, six meeting rooms, an enormous lagoon-style swimming pool and an 18-hole golf course wil give you an indication of its size. Even so, the Andaman is […]

  • The Japanese real estate markets since the earthquake

    Prior to the earthquake, the property market had slowed down considerably, much like the rest of the western world. The 2011 earthquake and tsunami in the Tohoku Region sent the market over the edge for obvious reasons. Along with the earthquake was the explosion of the Fukushima nuclear reactors that created concern about living in […]

  • Will Sri Lanka become the next property investment hot spot in Asia ?

    Since the end of the war in 2009, Sri Lanka has had a property boom. With prices similar to those of Thailand and Bali about 15-20 years back, the stunning landscapes, heritage architecture, and incredible wildlife makes this small island of just over 20 million people a very attractive destination for travel and investment. The […]

  • Cambodia Real Estate boom coming soon ?

    Thinking about purchasing some land, houses or apartments in Cambodia ? Real Estate in areas such as Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Kep, Kampot and other parts of the country are predicted to rise in value as government has made a move towards allowing foreign property ownership in private units to be up to 80 percent of […]

  • Real Estate Investment Opportunities in Japan

    Because land available for farming is scarce in Japan, real estate developments are given lower priority when it comes to dividing the turf. However, it has been reported that the farming market has been affected because of the recent disaster. Many overseas buyers of Japanese farm exports are not placing orders because of fears of […]