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Middle East Capital is planning a $15 billion investment in international real estate markets.

In the near term, an average of $15.0 billion per year would flow out of the Middle East into direct real estate globally, according to CBRE Group, with investors from the region increasingly targeting U.S. markets. villa


With $14.0 billion invested outside of the home area in 2014--the th…

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The Brazilians Have Returned! In 2018, the increase in foreign buyers in Miami was fueled by a number of factors.

In 2018, foreign buyers spent $8.7 billion on residential properties in South Florida, up $1.6 billion from the previous year.

According to the Miami Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors' newly released 2018 Profile of International Home Buyers Study, foreign buyer act…

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Marriott International plans to double its hotel footprint in the Middle East in five years.

Marriott International has announced the addition of six new hotels to its pipeline of 37 hotels in the Middle East and Africa. They are three of Marriott's hotel brands that cater to the luxury, upper-moderate, and extended-stay travel segments. real estate agent

The first Residence Inn by Marr…

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In Australia, demand for high-destiny residential development sites has increased.

The shortage of townhouse developments in Australia is expected to worsen in the coming years. villa

According to the latest research from Knight Frank, building sites suitable for high-density housing continue to be the preferred choice for developers across Australia's major cities.


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The Sydney office market is benefiting from the tech sector.

According to Knight Frank's latest report, office space in North Sydney is in high demand from a growing number of tenants due to its strategic location, relative affordability, and proximity to public transportation. find property qatar

According to the Knight Frank North Shore Office Market Ov…

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Hilton Hotels is putting a lot of money on Argentina's future.

One of Hilton Hotels founder Conrad Hilton's greatest achievements, apart from founding the world's first international hotel chain, was leading his hotel properties through several periods of severe economic hardship. The Hilton has announced the construction of its fifth hotel in Argentina, buildi…

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In November, prime central London properties hit new highs, up 6% from the previous peak in 2008.

According to Knight Frank, price growth in the prime central London market continued in November with an additional 1% increase, the fastest rate of growth since May of this year. Over the last 12 months, price growth has averaged 12.6 percent, with the highest increase of 16.1 percent reported in t…

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Global Office Markets are Expected to Recover Slowly in 2013.

Global office markets will rebound slowly, according to Cushman & Wakefield's Global Office Forecast released this week, with some main markets poised to begin the in 2012 and 2013. real estate qatar

Although office markets around the world started the year high, apprehension and uncertainty cau…

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Global Economic Headwinds Affecting Industrial User Patterns in the Eurozone

According to Jones Lang LaSalle's latest EMEA Corporate Occupier Conditions Industrial research survey, absorption of industrial space increased by 14% in the year to September 2011 compared to the same timeframe the previous year, as occupiers continue to adapt to new distribution and manufacturing…

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The fundamentals of the global office market continue to improve.

Fundamentals are improving across many office markets in the Americas, Asia Pacific, and Europe as we move into 2015, according to Cushman & Wakefield's newly published 2015-2016 Global Office Forecast. used cars in qatar under 10 000

"From a global perspective, 2014 was a better year for the of…

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In 2014, Chinese property investment in the United States reached $15 billion, with Miami as the newest goal.

Chinese outward investment in overseas real estate is expected to reach $15 billion by the end of 2014, according to a new study by Knight Frank.

The bulk of this investment has so far gone into gateway cities in Australia, the United States, and the United Kingdom. In 2014, Australia saw the gre…

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Hong Kong is also the most expensive retail market in the world.

Hong Kong, New York, Paris, London, and Tokyo remained the world's most expensive high-street shopping destinations in Q3 2014, according to new research from CBRE Group. dollar plus qatar

In the third quarter of 2014, CBRE's quarterly ranking of the world's top global retail markets remained un…

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