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    Following increased community pressure around housing affordability, the Australian Government commissioned a study in early 2014 to be undertaken by the House Economics Committee on the role foreign investment plays in residential property. The eight-month investigation resulted in a list of 12 recommendations, including a modest administration fee to be collected upon lodging an application,

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    Wine has topped the Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index (KFLII), knocking classic cars off pole position into second spot, following strong annual growth in key regions around the world which form the backbone of most investment cellars. Data from the latest edition of The Wealth Report has revealed the value of The Knight Frank Fine Wine

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    When you go for an interview, you are first exposed to the office layout wherein you would experience the different styles present there. There are many companies who take care of the working environment so that it has a pleasant look. In-fact new comers or job seekers are so impressed with the office layout that

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  • Showing up to work on a rainy morning is an inevitable disaster. Your shoes are ruined and socks are soaked, and you’re likely hauling a broken umbrella and soggy gym bag. Here are 10 rainy day hacks to survive even the worst showers. 1. Salvage Broken Umbrellas With Enameled Wire When umbrellas break in the

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    Cape Town and Joburg have made the top 50 international housing markets favoured by ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals purchasing luxury real estate, according to the Global Property Handbook’s Alpha Cities Index. Luxury property in Constantia, Cape Town Wealth-X, in collaboration with Barnes International Realty and Warburg Realty, recently released the handbook which explores the real estate

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  • Fueled by the migration of retail sales to the web, the U.S industrial market hit several new milestones in 2016. Here are the key points: Net absorption totalled 52.0 million sq ft in the fourth quarter, the ninth consecutive quarter above 50 million. It pushed the total for 2016 to 261.7 million sq ft—the seventh

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  • “With most sectional title schemes nearing the end of their financial year (many run from the 1 March to the last day of February), the need arises to go through budgets very carefully for the year ahead and to determine the increase in levies with allowance given to the new requirements as set out in

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  • The South African economy has once again under-performed in 2016, showing no signs of a comeback. The International Monetary Fund revised economic growth expectations for 2016 and 2017 down to 0.1% and 0.8% respectively. Despite this challenge, the commercial property market is performing with much optimism. Looking at various major cities’ performance, one might think

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  • Africa’s Most Popular Cities, and Why…

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    Johannesburg – South Africa According to the MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index 2016, almost 4 million people visited Johannesburg from all over the world in 2016 – making the South African city the most visited city in Africa. Johannesburg is noted to be the largest city in the world without any river or water coast

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    Lease-back sales are fast gaining traction in the South African marketplace, now a preferred option for many commercial and industrial property owners and an increasingly popular component of company financial management. This is according to commercial property consultancy Knight Frank. John Jack, Head of Knight Frank Corporate Real Estate states, “Retaining control of production or

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