Central and South America

South America real estate analysis: spring 2015

The World Cup boost never materialised, and growth has slowed dramatically – but there are opportunities if you know where to look

Watertight market intelligence and knowing exactly where to look will be crucial for anyone wanting to invest in South America. There are opportunities to be snapped up, but they are few and far between compared with most other markets, as a result of the continent’s poor economic performance over the past year. Growth slowed markedly to 0.8% in 2014, which the World Bank put down to “domestic factors, exacerbated by China’s cooling economy…

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Greater London’s planning application hotspots

EG has picked out the top eight London postcodes that have seen increases in planning applications. The hotspots, located mainly across outer London, averaged just three… Read more »

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Blockade means uncertainty for future of Qatari investment

There can be absolutely no doubt about the extent of Qatar’s heavy investment abroad in recent years. Since 2004 the gas-rich Gulf state has invested… Read more »

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UK owners still dominate London office ownership

Cash from around the world has poured into the capital’s business districts in recent years, but domestic owners still rule the roost. Looking at office… Read more »

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