Singapore Property News: Investing
08 November 2016
We all know that penthouse apartments command the highest rents and sales prices, but what about the apartments below? And why do apartments with identical layouts sell for different amounts, just because they’re on different floors?
If you’re thinking of investing in London property, Omar Jumaili, Sales Manager at Henry Wiltshire Nine Elms explains which factors and facilities affect London apartment values and why.
04 November 2016
High demand for small properties
The expansion of Heathrow Airport is good news for those in the market for smaller properties, which are soon to be in high demand in Hillingdon. Expanding the airport will create jobs, and people in those jobs will need homes. Equally, the improved transport links (as well as ease of international travel) will make the area desirable to young professionals, who are also in the market for flats and small houses. An increase in the number … Read more ›
21 September 2016
Henry Wiltshire’s newest branch opened in Royal Docks in August. 13 September saw its official opening, and a well-attended launch party put the office firmly on the map.
The launch party
Sales and Lettings Manager Jas Samra is in charge of the Royal Docks office. He was delighted to welcome guests from the development and property investment sectors at the launch party last week. There was also a great turnout from the other Henry Wiltshire offices, with staff from the Hong Kong, … Read more ›
17 September 2016
London is one of the largest and most dynamic cities in the world and has the most robust and transparent property market in the world. With soaring demand in both the commercial and residential markets and a consistent lack of supply in the housing market, it will always be the safe place to invest in.
Overseas investors have been taking advantage of the property market in London for years and have become the larger shareholders of commercial property and “trophy … Read more ›
19 August 2016
Londoners out on the town this weekend will be the first to take advantage of the Night Tube, the all-night London Underground service running on Friday and Saturday nights on the Central and Victoria lines. In the autumn, the Night Tube will extend to the Piccadilly, Northern and Jubilee lines.
Until now, people living in London’s outer boroughs have had to fork out for expensive taxi fares or endure hour-long journeys by night bus to get home after midnight. Residents of … Read more ›
21 July 2016
As well as the impact on the financial markets, Brexit has brought about a lot of political instability. David Cameron’s resignation left the opportunity to become Prime Minister open to other members of his party, leaving EU negotiations on the back burner while potential leaders alternately campaigned and withdrew.
Ultimately, all other Conservative leadership candidates having withdrawn, there was no contest over who was to become the next Prime Minister. Rather than prolong the uncertainty and instability any longer, Theresa May … Read more ›