In a bid to strengthen its current weakening economy, China has begun to tighten its cash controls. The financial move could affect individuals and companies looking to invest in international markets such as the Australian property sector. Although there were no specific changes to China’s foreign investment policy, the Chinese Government has urged banks to […]Read Full Story
Posts Tagged ‘General Real Estate market news’
Posted date: January 22nd 2016 . Author AdminSydney .
Posted date: January 13th 2016 . Author AdminSydney .
The Significant Investor Visa (SIV) was introduced to attract high net worth investors into the Australian property market. We first reported on the SIV program in 2014, commenting that wealthy foreign investors, particularly Chinese investors, were using the SIV program to invest in the local Australian property market and live in the country. More recently […]Read Full Story
Posted date: December 2nd 2015 . Author AdminSydney .
Daiwa Real Estate Appraisal, our Japanese partner, has released their quarterly research report on the property markets in Japan and Singapore. The detailed report provides comprehensive information on the residential and commercial markets including capitalisation rates, occupancy rates, rental rates and major transactions that have taken place throughout the period. The report can be viewed […]Read Full Story
Posted date: November 10th 2015 . Author AdminSydney .
We are excited to announce that Preston Rowe Paterson has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Daiwa Real Estate Appraisal Co., Japans largest privatised valuation business with head offices in Tokyo. Established in 1966, Daiwa is a long standing property valuation firm with 8 offices across the county and approximately 250 valuers, architects and engineers. […]Read Full Story
Posted date: July 23rd 2015 . Author AdminSydney .
New smoking laws for outdoor dining venues came into effect on the 6th of July 2015 affecting clubs, hotels, cafes and food fairs. The new law bans smoking within 4 metres of a pedestrian entry or exit of a hospitality venue; therefore creating ‘the 4 metre law’ (NSW Government). Penalties of not abiding by this […]Read Full Story