27
Mar
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Sales of luxury homes in the vancouver real estate market began to decline in early 2019, but Sotheby's saw promise in potential buyers. The most expensive homes in vancouver's real estate market are still falling in sales and prices in the first few months of 2019, according to yipinmeifang, a luxury real estate agent trying to see the future in the market. According to a report released on March 20th by Sotheby's Canada, the number of sales of luxury properties…

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25
Mar
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SINGAPORE - Smaller declines in private road transport and accommodation costs caused headline or overall inflation to go up slightly to 0.5 per cent year on year in February, up from 0.4 per cent in the previous month, data released on Monday (March 25) showed. Core inflation - which strips out private transport and accommodation costs - showed a reverse picture and came in a tad lower at 1.5 per cent last month, down from 1.7 per cent in January.…

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20
Mar
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Rent in Manchester most expensive outside of London, 30th in Europe Birmingham sees biggest rent increase in the UK, up £110 per month Edinburgh re-enters top 50 most expensive rent in Europe Dublin rent enters top five most expensive in Europe Rent in London is the most expensive in Europe for expats, averaging USD 7,189 (£5,187) per month for a three-bed home according to the latest annual research published by global mobility experts, ECA International (ECA). Despite uncertainty around Brexit,…

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25
Feb
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The dollar was little changed as the minutes of the fed's January meeting maintained a "dovish" tone, indicating flexibility on whether to raise interest rates and considering a possible end to its tightening soon.Despite recent optimism about the outcome of the u.s.-china trade talks, franklin said there is still some safe-haven demand for the dollar as the March 1 deadline approaches, but the fed will continue to favor a dovish tone and limit dollar moves. U.S. President Donald trump signaled…

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22
Feb
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The latest data from estate agents, haart, has revealed that during August house prices across England and Wales fell by 1.9% and by 3.1% on the year with the average price of a home now sitting at £223,834. According to the figures, new buyer demand for homes fell by 4.5% on the month but is up 13% annually. The number of properties coming onto the market fell by 1.5% but has risen by 11.1% on the year. In August there…

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21
Feb
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If you have student loans in 2019, you also have a somewhat distressingly large number of different ways to pay them back. Besides the standard repayment plan, in which the government calculates a monthly bill based on what you owe, there's a graduated plan for people who want to pay more later, which is somehow different from what the system calls paying-as-you-earn and income-contingent repayment. In other words, deciding to take on debt for what hopefully will be a worthwhile…

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18
Feb
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A perfect balance of affordability and low crime rates surely has to be high up on the list of priorities for prospective homebuyers. And, it's safe to assume that some areas will fare better than others with regards to this. But where are they? The latest research from OkayLah.co.uk, looks at the total crime per capita (crime committed per 100 people) across each council region of the nation, comparing this to the average house price and scoring each area with…

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30
Jan
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Hong Kong stocks fell slightly in the first few minutes of Wednesday as nervous investors await the conclusion of a Federal Reserve policy meeting, while Chinese and US officials prepare for crucial trade talks. The Hang Seng Index edged down 0.29 per cent, or 79.15 points, to 27,452.53. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index gave up 0.37 per cent, or 9.50 points, to 2,584.75 and the Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks stocks on China's second exchange, slipped 0.53 per cent, or…

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28
Jan
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Britain is experiencing extensive political modifications, passing the result of the general election, but brand-new patterns are shadowy, establishing listed below the surface area. It might be that Labour’s relative success– attained amidst positive forecasts by experts of wiping out defeat– originated from a last-minute turnabout by citizens, or just because pollsters greatly ignored the turnout of pro-Labour more youthful citizens. The significance of the outcome is not in doubt: an election contacted us to empower the Government at the…

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22
Jan
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"While uncertainty over the global political and economic situation may continue to hold back the housing market, equity release will still be a sensible solution for many" 86% of advisers expect 2019 to be another record year for equity release, according to research from Canada Life, as figures from Key show that the market has doubled in size in just three years. Key's figures show that retired homeowners released £3.6 billion in new property wealth last year, but would reach…

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