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ASTAKA Padu, a pure Iskandar developer that is making its way to the Singapore Exchange (SGX) through a backdoor listing, aims to complete its first mixed-use project by 2020.

UOL Group, which saw net profit for 2014 dragged by lower fair value gains, flagged a more challenging outlook this year for the residential and retail sectors in Singapore, citing it as a reason for...

ASIAN investment in European hotels is forecast to rise by 58 per cent to hit US$22.7 billion (S$30.7 billion) this year, driven by the increasing liberalisation of domestic controls governing...

LISA Gray spent a few months searching for a home that would span the generations, one where her two sons would want to bring friends throughout their teenage years and that her ageing parents could...

THE dreary six-storey apartment block in Toronto's north end was nicknamed "Divorcee Towers" after the newly single who lodged at its short-stay units. Then Timbercreek Asset...

STANDARD & Poor's said on Thursday that it expects more Chinese property developers to have their credit ratings downgraded this year, and sees a growing chance they will default on their...

BILLIONAIRE Roman Abramovich's White Gardens office complex in Moscow stands about two-thirds empty as a supply glut and the sinking Russian economy make it difficult for landlords to find new...

MORTGAGE loans owed by South Korean households rose 10.2 per cent by the end of December over a year earlier, marking the fastest growth since records began in late 2008, central bank data showed on...

Independent financial adviser KPMG Corporate Finance has found the offer by Keppel Corp to take its real estate subsidiary, Keppel Land, private to be not fair but reasonable.

THE expiry of the stamp-duty concession to Singapore Reits (S-Reits) for the purchase of local properties after March 31, 2015, will not bode well for the local trusts, Moody's said in a report...