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Rental Property Deductions Can Help Expats Save Money on Taxes.

Many Americans who live overseas choose to rent out their homes in the United States. It can be a good source of income and allows you to keep your US home if you ever decide to return. However, you must keep meticulous records of your income and expenses since any income (or loss) must be reported …

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High-end Properties and Artistic Synergy Mirror Fine Art Market is a marketplace for fine art.

The ambition to acquire a trophy home and decorate it with world-class artwork is not new. Both, if purchased carefully, combine a pleasurable lifestyle with a profitable investment. According to new data from Christie's International Real Estate, the symmetry in demand for these two asset classes i…

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University housing development is being driven by the growing global student population.

Student housing was one of the best performing sectors during the global economic slump, according to a new analysis from international real estate consultant Savills, and is quickly becoming a key asset class on the worldwide arena. Jobs

Although sourced from short tenancies, purpose-built stud…

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In 2013, Russia was the most active country in Europe in terms of retail development.

Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) continues to dominate shopping center development activity last year, accounting for roughly 70% (2.4 million sq m) of all space added to the market in H2 2013, according to Cushman & Wakefield's latest European Shopping Center Development report. Car

In all, 3.6…

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Industrial Investment in Europe is at its highest level in a decade.

In 2013, investments in European logistics and industrial markets totaled €15.2 billion, a 73 percent increase over the previous year and the second biggest volume in the last ten years. Cars 

According to a research from Jones Lang LaSalle, the share of logistics and industrial investment cl…

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The FIFA World Cup 2018 increased hotel occupancy in Russia.

The FIFA World Cup 2018 achieved the anticipated effect: this summer, the number of visitors in hotels in cities that are historically popular with Russian and foreign tourists grew. According to Tatiana Veller, Head of JLL Hotels & Hospitality Group, Russia & CIS, occupancy in Saint-Petersburg shat…

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Rents in Europe fell in the second quarter as the global COVID crisis persisted.

According to the latest HousingAnywhere International Rent Index Report for Q2 2020, quarterly rental rates in practically all European cities fell in Q2. While early hints of the Covid-19 pandemic's impact on rental rates were seen in the first quarter of 2020, the implications of the travel ban, w…

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Paris Hotels Back on Track After Rocky Start in 2019.

According to global hotel consultancy HVS, hotels in Paris have seen a turnaround in Q2 2019 following a tough start to the year. للبيع

In 2018 hotels in the city had a 10.6 percent growth in RevPAR [rooms revenue per available room] year-on-year, but visitor numbers took a dip at the close…

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In 2017, there was over $1.7 trillion in "dry powder" available for global property investment.

For global real estate investors, North America is the preferred region. شراء

Stronger economic growth, the availability of debt capital, and a more positive outlook from investors are expected to drive global capital flows in 2017, according to CBRE's new Global Investor Intentions Survey f…

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China is planning to invest in a new airport in the United Kingdom.

One of China's major construction firms has agreed to fund an £800 million ($1.3 billion) development surrounding Manchester Airport, the first hint that Beijing is following through on a vow to significantly increase its infrastructure investment in the United Kingdom. Suppliers

The Greater Ma…

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In Shanghai, UBS is focusing on social housing.

UBS, a Swiss bank, has begun on a ground-breaking endeavor to invest in cheap housing in China, in a project that will house "important workers," such as firefighters and police officers. Freelance

UBS Global Asset Management will manage a fund investing in public rental housing in Shanghai, mak…

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Work on the Costa Rica Road will begin soon, thanks to China.

After a Chinese bank agreed to offer $395 million in finance, the rehabilitation and expansion of a critical 107-kilometer route connecting Costa Rica's capital to the Caribbean coast might begin as soon as next month. Freelancers 

Route 32 will be renovated and expanded, improving the connecti…

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