Investing in Singapore REITs: A Complete Guide
Investing in REITs is just like buying shares in global stock markets, something that most investors can do through brokers back home. You don’t …
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Investing in Philippine REITs: The Complete Guide
(8 days ago) To open a brokerage account and start investing in Philippine REITs, you won’t need more than a few hundred US dollars. Buying a complete hotel or shopping mall in Makati would set you back hundreds of millions of US dollars. One of the key benefits of investing …
Investing in Korea REITs: The Ultimate Guide
(2 days ago) Investing in Korean REITs can be a great substitute for investors who want to spend less time on their investments, but profit from the growing commercial real estate market. 4. Generally High Dividends. REITs are known for generating high dividends, it’s one …
Malaysia's Best Investment Opportunities: By Henry Butcher
(9 days ago) The current market perception is that there is a glut of residential properties in Johor Bahru and investors are adopting a more cautious approach to investing in properties there. They have become more selective about the location, product type, pricing and sales packages and the track record and financial standing of the developer.
Investing in Australia REITs: A Complete Guide
(6 days ago) Investing in REITs is fairly simple and managed in a similar way as for stock investments. You first have to get in touch with a certified broker that can help you to buy the shares. Examples of brokers include Interactive Brokers and IG, for example.
Investing in Phnom Penh's Luxury Property Market
(8 days ago) Investing in Phnom Penh’s Luxury Property Market Posted on May 3, 2019 May 28, 2021 by Marcus Sohlberg — Leave a comment Cambodia is one of the fastest growing countries in Asia and has attracted many foreign investors during the past years.
Investing in Japan REITs: The Ultimate Guide
(2 days ago) Investing in immovable properties can be a lengthy process and requires much documentation and payments of various taxes. The most infamous is the stamp duty which has reached double digits in Singapore and Hong Kong. Even if you’re subject to taxes when buying REITs, the process to buy, hold, and sell the assets is comparatively easy.
How to Buy Property in Korea: A Complete Guide
(Just Now) Let’s have a look at the most interesting cities when investing in residential real estate in Korea. Seoul. Prices have skyrocketed in Seoul recently and the government has imposed new taxes, trying to curb the escalating prices. It’s not strange, as it serves as both the cultural, economical, and political center of the country.
Investing in Vietnam REITs: A Complete Guide
(4 days ago) Investing in commercial real estate in Vietnam requires that you either open a real estate trading company or establish a joint-venture with a Vietnamese shareholder. Sure, this might be an option for institutional investors but is often not accessible to individuals.
Buying Property in Cambodia: The Definitive Guide
(3 days ago) Beware of the risks of investing in established and old units. Chinese and local developers alike will do their utmost to get hold of the central and precious land plots. These companies will be ruthless in their expansion and the government will have little to say once they decide to demolish these old properties, which can happen almost
Investing in Cambodia Office Space & Buildings: A Complete
(3 days ago) Investing in commercial real estate in Cambodia brings many challenges to foreign companies. While you can buy residential real estate on a freehold basis, commercial real estate is significantly more regulated. That said, there are plenty of reasons why foreign investors have started eyeing the Cambodian market. It’s known for having a
Investing in Philippine Commercial Property: A Complete Guide
(Just Now) Foreign individuals have few options when investing in commercial property. Strata-titled office space is the only commercial property type you can legally own as an individual investor. This is something I’ve explained in my article about investing in commercial property in Thailand, where regulations are similar.
Investing in Thailand REITs: A Complete Guide
(5 days ago) Investing in REITs in Thailand is similar to other Asian countries, like Vietnam. The first thing you need is a brokerage account and it’s preferable to work with a local broker. Buying shares through overseas brokers results in higher transaction fees that can cost around USD 50, while local Thai brokers can charge as little as USD 2.
Investing in Cambodia Hotels: The Ultimate Guide
(4 days ago) If you’re serious about investing in large-sized hotel projects in Cambodia, setting up a local company is your first choice. Let’s review this in greater detail. Purchasing Hotels Through a Cambodian Company. As said, if you want to acquire hotels and resorts in Cambodia, your best option is to use a local company as an investment vehicle.
Investing in Singapore Commercial Property: The Ultimate Guide
(8 days ago) Investing in car parks is treated as low-risk investments, but the yields aren’t significantly high either. Unfortunately, there are no strata-titled car parks in Singapore either. This means that you often need to buy big complete car parks, which can cost you tens of millions of Singapore Dollars.
Investing in Australia Commercial Property: A Complete Guide
(5 days ago) Thus, investing in industrial property is considered fairly stable. As mentioned above, smaller industrial properties often fetch lower prices, compared to retail property located in prime areas in the big cities. Thus, investors with less financial backing could have this as an option.
Investing in Taiwan Commercial Property: A Complete Guide
(5 days ago) Let’s start out with one of the most obvious choices when investing in real estate. Taipei. Being the capital of Taiwan and having a population of around 7.5 million people, Taipei draws the most attention and receives the most investment from local and overseas companies.
Buying Property in Da Nang: A Complete Guide
(5 days ago) Due to the greater influx of local and foreign investors, condo prices have increased much in Da Nang in recent years though. Nowadays, you have to spend at least USD 90,000 for a small studio or one-bedroom condo unit. Two-bedroom condo units in new projects usually sell for USD 150,000 – 200,000 at least.
Investing in Korea Commercial Property: Foreign Buyer's Guide
(4 days ago) Investing in car parks have become increasingly popular in places like Australia and Japan. At the same time, Korea’s market is not as developed, but local companies have started to cooperate with operators overseas. In the future, we will see …
How to Buy Property in Vietnam: The Ultimate Guide
(2 days ago) It’s not always easy to choose the right location when investing in a foreign country. Below I’ve listed some of the most interesting and popular cities where I recommend you to look for property. Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City is one of the fastest-growing cities in Asia and attracts increasingly more investors.
Investing in New Zealand Commercial Property: A Complete Guide
(Just Now) One of the biggest risks of investing in industrial property is high vacancy rates. To avoid this, you must consult with an experienced local agent to make sure that the following points are fulfilled: That the property is located close to transport infrastructures, such as major roads, airports, or ports
Investing in Malaysia Office Space & Buildings: A Complete
(3 days ago) Foreigners have no general issues investing in residential or commercial real estate, including land, office space, industrial property, and the list goes on. The only limitations you should beware of are the minimum investment requirements for residential real estate and the restriction of ownership of Bumiputera-reserved land.
Investing in Japan Commercial Property: Foreign Buyer's Guide
(1 days ago) Investing in suburban areas can yield from 6% to 8% pre-tax, but investing in hourly parking in central areas of bigger cities is proven far better. Office Space. Tokyo’s office space market has performed well in the past years and vacancy rates are below the 1% mark. With that said, some analysts believe that the market has peaked.
Investing in Vietnam Hotels: A Foreigner's Guide
(3 days ago) According to a recent study by CBRE, the profit rate is 2% to 3% higher when investing in hotels compared to office and retail space in Vietnam. Unfortunately, the pandemic had a great impact on the hotel industry in Vietnam. Savills claims that international arrivals fell -43% YoY to 1.3 million, just in the first quarter of 2020. Hanoi
Investing in Hong Kong Hotels: An Overview
(5 days ago) Investing in commercial properties comes with fewer tax obligations and can result in higher net yields. 2. The most visited city globally. According to Euromonitor, Hong Kong is the world’s most visited city thanks to its competitiveness, beauty, and international atmosphere.
Investing in Hong Kong Commercial Property: The Definitive
(1 days ago) Benefits of Investing in Car Parks. First of all, car parks are significantly cheaper compared to residential property on average. At the same time, there are places in Hong Kong where car parks have increased multiple times in value and generated better yields than residential property.
Investing in China Commercial Property: Complete Guide
(7 days ago) Let’s have a look at some of the most interesting cities when investing in commercial property in China. Shanghai. Shanghai is the financial center of China and has seen tremendous growth in its commercial real estate market. Being located along China’s Eastern shoreline, the city plays a vital role in the nation’s economy and contributes
Buying Land in Korea: The Complete Guide
(3 days ago) Below I have listed some of the taxes and fees you have to pay when investing in land in Korea. Be sure to consult with your property lawyer for up-to-date information and insights on how you can potentially reduce the taxes. 1. Stamp Duty. The stamp duty is charged at a rate of KRW 50 to KRW 350,000 (USD 320), depending on the property value.
Investing in Malaysia Hotels: A Complete Guide
(4 days ago) If you’re interested in investing in hotels in Malaysia, you can also contact us by sending a message via the form at the end of this article. The Malaysian Hotel Industry. Malaysia is not only ranked as one of the top 10 tourist destinations in the world, but it’s also been called one of the top shopping destinations.
Investing in Serviced Apartments in Vietnam: Foreign Buyer
(6 days ago) Investing in branded serviced apartments that are run by operators also has some flaws, of course. One of the most outspoken is that novice investors often target these products, which results in a lower amount of investors. Sometimes, it can be more difficult to resell serviced apartments.
Investing in Singapore Hotels: A Complete Guide
(5 days ago) Investing in Singapore hotels can be lucrative but requires close collaboration with a local credible partner, understanding the buying process, and the market. In this article, I give you a helping hand and explain the basics. Topics covered: Can foreigners buy hotels in Singapore? The Singapore Hotel Market; Areas to invest in Hotels
China Real Estate Market Outlook for 2021: A Complete Overview
(6 days ago) China Real Estate Market Outlook for 2021: A Complete Overview. China’s real estate market has grown greatly in the past years and is a key component in the Chinese economy. We’ve seen both ups and downs with a big correction in 2015-2016, during the stock-market crash. Currently, China’s economy has slowed down and we see an escalating
Investing in Thailand Commercial Property: Foreign Buyer's
(7 days ago) One benefit of investing in strata-title offices compared to condominiums is that square meter prices can be half as high in Bangkok’s prime central districts. Corporate Investors. Investors often set up Thai Limited Companies (LLCs) to get hold of commercial property.
Investing in Vietnam Commercial Property: Foreign Buyer's
(6 days ago) Investing in condominium units is basically the only option available to foreign individual investors. This is a reason why condo prices have skyrocketed in some of Southeast Asia’s capitals in the past years. Notice that I write ‘individual investors’ as you’ll have more investment options if you open a local company to acquire property.
Investing in Dubai Commercial Property: Foreign Buyer's Guide
(1 days ago) Dubai’s Economy. Worth mentioning is that Dubai’s economy has been declining in the past years. The stock market fell as much as 25% in 2018, which kind of speaks for itself. Local property developers, like Emaar, saw their shares plunge by 50%. Yet, we’ve started to see some recovery recently, especially in the commercial property market.
Buying Hotels in the Philippines: A Complete Guide
(7 days ago) Investing in commercial property requires due diligence and is comparatively difficult to residential property. Below you can find a simple breakdown of the steps involved. 1. Set Up a Local Company. If you decide to purchase the property through a local company, this is your first task on hand.
Investing in Thailand Hotels & Resorts: A Complete Guide
(9 days ago) Investing in Thailand Hotels & Resorts: A Complete Guide Posted on January 13, 2021 January 13, 2021 by Editorial Team — Leave a comment. Do you plan to buy property in Thailand? Click here to get in touch with an experienced agent .
Investing in Thailand Office Space & Buildings: A Complete
(3 days ago) Below I have listed the main areas that should be of interest when investing in Bangkok office space and buildings. Silom-Sathorn The same as it goes with most other business districts in metropolises, Silom-Sathorn is a rather small district but filled with shiny skyscrapers.
Dubai Real Estate Market Outlook in 2021: A Complete Overview
(6 days ago) One of the biggest real estate developers, Damac Properties PJSC, believes that Dubai will still face a tough time throughout 2021 and 2022 due to the effects of the coronavirus, which drags down property prices. Prices have decreased by more than -30% in Dubai since 2014, which was triggered by the high supply.
Buying Property in Bali: The Ultimate Guide
(2 days ago) Prices have increased much in the past 10-15 years, especially in the luxury segment and for vacant land. Due to hefty increases, the prices have stagnated. Some of the most popular areas to buy property in Bali include Sanur, Uduk, Canggu, Kuta, and Seminyak, all offering different lifestyles.
Buy Property in Vietnam – AsiaPropertyHQ.com
(9 days ago) Vietnam. This page is dedicated to Vietnam-related content and service partners in Vietnam. Use this page to learn more about property developers, projects, taxes, foreign ownership rules, and much more. You can also use the form to get in touch with our Vietnam-based property partner to learn more about available projects.
How to Buy Property in Laos: The Definitive Guide
(9 days ago) The population is the fastest growing for any capital in the region and will increase by 50% from 2015-2025. Areas that should be of interest include Sikhottabong, Sisattanak, Xaythany, and Chantabuly. In Vientiane, prices range from around USD 800-1000 per square meter for houses.