• Housing prices worldwide jump nearly 50% in 10 years

    "살 곳이 없다" 세계 집값 10년새 50%↑…한국 30년새 360%↑ Property prices have soared globally over the past ten years. While that's great news for those who already own homes,... the problem is... more and more people,... especially the young, are finding it practically impossible to get on the property ladder. Kim Min-ji reports. Housing prices around the world have soared nearly 50 percent on average over the past decade. According to the Bank of International Settlements,... Hong Kong saw the biggest jump. Hong Kong's property price index stood at 93-point-four in the third quarter of 2005,... but by the same period in 2015,... the figure had surged to 305. That's up nearly 230 percent. To give that some context,... if a house was valued at three million dollars in 2005,... it would be worth about ten ...

    published: 24 Mar 2016
  • UK House Prices Momentum Crash Warns of 2017 Bear Market

    The June 8th general election result delivering 'chaos and uncertainty' instead of 'strong and stable' not only shocked Britain's political and media establishment but also looks like the UK economy suffered a heart attack with confidence fast evaporating as the economy slows down which makes a mockery of the Bank of England MPC clowns persisting in their talk of raising UK interest rates this year. And along with evaporating economic confidence is the confidence in the UK housing market that risks bringing a 5 year housing bull market to an abrupt end! And this is even before we see the chaos that will ensue once Theresa May quits as PM that risks triggering another chaos inducing general election! Taking a closer look at the state of the UK housing market shows a fast slowdown in moment...

    published: 22 Jul 2017
  • Newer immigrants drive Canadian housing market

    Average house price in the hottest market in Canada is $740,000

    published: 13 Jan 2015
  • 3 Factors You Didn't Know That Truly Influence "House Prices" | Investing 101 ANIMATION

    Jack worked really hard to save up a reserve, mainly to invest in the property market once the house prices drop. He heard that the house prices must drop during interest rate hikes, so he delayed his plan in order to wait for the interest rate hike cycle. Francis, on the other hand, owned a property already, she also believes that house prices will drop when the interest rate rises, so she sold her property and rent instead. However, when interest rate hikes, house prices go up unexpectedly. One of the biggest life-related mistakes Jack and Francis have ever made, and so it happens to most of us. Let's find out what are the real factors behind investing in housing market. First factor is economy. When there is an economic growth, the per capita income will rise and the unemployment rat...

    published: 05 Feb 2017
  • The Australian Property Market Cycle (Timing Of The Market vs Time In The Market) By Konrad Bobilak

    SPECIAL FREE BONUS – For Instant FREE Access to The 10 Hour Real Estate Fast Track Weekend Online Video Home Study Valued At $497.00! -http://www.realestatedvd.com.au/absolutely-free-access-2016/ LIVE EVENT FREE TICKETS – For FREE tickets to attend the next live Melbourne educational event – The Real Estate Investing Fast Track Weekend - http://www.realestatefasttrack.com.au/?utm_source=Youtube MORE FROM KONRAD BOBILAK - To keep up to date with the latest videos, blogs, eBooks, from Konrad Bobilak go to; http://www.konradbobilak.com.au Here is what you will learn by watching this video: One of the most fundamental principles of investing in property in Australia is to appreciate that the market moves in distinct cycles which are characterised by periods of strong capital growth and d...

    published: 15 Oct 2017
  • Das: Property is an illusion

    Livewire is Australia’s first social media platform for experienced investors and market professionals. It brings together the market’s most relevant and informed insights from leading fund managers and investment experts. To access more exclusive market content and to receive the top three insights each day, register for FREE at http://www.livewiremarkets.com To purchase Satyajit's book "A Banquet of Consequences" please visit: http://www.booktopia.com.au/a-banquet-of-consequences-satyajit-das/prod9780670079056.html Disclaimer: The information contained in this presentation is general in nature and should not be relied upon. Before making any investment or planning decisions, you should consult a licensed professional who can advise you weather your decision is appropriate for you. Cont...

    published: 04 Nov 2015
  • The Property Market in 2017

    - What my predictions were in 2016 (which came true and which didn't) - What I expect to see happen to interest rates... and how that will affect the market - Why there are still some great investing opportunities... for the strategic investor Want some help sourcing properties in high growth locations that cost you less than a cup of coffee a day? Then check out how we can help you here http://www.investmentrise.com.au/how-we-can-help-you/ To your success, Niro

    published: 03 Jan 2017
  • Property Index HD

    The Property Index is a set of tools to help the general public get in touch with the property market. Get to know towns and suburbs across the country, find out what your home may be worth or check out the estimated value of anyone else's home. The information is continually being refined and updated, and you'll see new features being added over time. Check it out http://www.privateproperty.co.za/property-index.htm

    published: 30 Aug 2011
  • Property prices set to rise in 2014?

    Property developers say that property prices would only rise in the coming year and there is no possibility of prices going down. On Property India, realty experts and property developers discuss the future of real estate market in India. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/property-india/2014/305076

    published: 13 Jan 2014
  • Vital Signs have we finally reached 'peak' house prices

    Credits : original article from theconversation.com.

    published: 08 Jun 2017
  • Update on Interest Rates and their affect on the UK Property Market (March 2017)

    Managing Director, Paul Mahoney, talks with Property TV about interest rates and how these may affect the property market.

    published: 25 Apr 2017
  • Thailand Property Guide - A Tour of the Property Market in Bangkok & Phuket.

    SUBSCRIBE for more videos on Thailand: http://www.youtube.com/VisitTheEast Thailand Property Guide - A Tour of the Property Market in Bangkok & Phuket. It may seem far away, but Thailand is easy to reach and offers a culturally diverse and exciting option for a sunny second home to escape the UK's winter months. Thailand is a popular property destination for celebrity sportsmen of the football kind, with David Beckham and Sven Goran Eriksson both owning homes on the island of Koh Samui. Former England team-mate and shrewd property investor Robbie Fowler might take some time out from his successful career as player-manager at Muang Thong United, a club based just outside Bangkok, to snap up a home in one of Thailand's increasingly popular resorts. Holiday home website Villarenters rep...

    published: 23 Sep 2012
  • UK housing market correction is due - Evening Standard

    Simon English, Senior City Correspondent at The Evening Standard sees a potential for a ‘healthy’ correction in the housing market, but rules out a crash. The segment is hosted by Tip TV CEO Nick Batsford. Tip TV Finance is a daily finance show based in Belgravia, London. Tip TV Finance prides itself on being able to attract the very highest quality guests on the show to talk markets, economics, trading and investing, keeping our audience informed via insightful and actionable infotainment. The Tip TV Daily Finance Show covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, futures and options. Guests share their high conviction market opportunities, covering fundamental, technical, inter-market and quantitative analysis, with the aim of demystifying fi...

    published: 07 Jun 2017
  • Brexit - and how it affects house prices

    The results are in, the UK has voted to leave the EU. But what does that mean for you, your property and future investments? Aran Curry has created this short video to answer those exact questions. Having invested in property for the last twenty years and helped 1000 clients to purchase their first and subsequent investment properties, Aran knows what it takes to get outstanding property investing results.

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • Is UK property a bad investment?

    The UK housing market has trounced inflation for much of the last two decades, but we think that may be about to change. Rising interest rates, lower real wage growth and the prospect of a Government correcting the supply-demand imbalance are set to weaken the prospects for UK house prices. See more on our website: https://pensioncraft.com/uk-property-bad-investment/ The government's "Fixing our broken housing market" white paper sets out a plan to increase the level of housebuilding to meet demand https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/housing-white-paper

    published: 28 Feb 2017
  • High property prices force Londoners to move city

    Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe The housing crisis in London has forced more and more people to leave the capital for cities like Birmingham. It's one of the major issues of the UK general election. Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus

    published: 17 Apr 2015
  • Property market to pick up end of 2018

    IJM Land Bhd senior general manager Datuk Toh Chin Leong predicted that local property market will start to pick up late 2018.

    published: 13 Apr 2017
  • House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly

    House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly There is a small but vibrant web forum, housepricecrash.co.uk, whose members’ outrage at inflated property prices is matched only by their dismay that the longed-for slump has never materialised. After Nationwide reported last week that house prices had fallen for the third month in a row, its faithful believe the day of reckoning is finally coming. The average home fell in value by 0.2% in May, said Nationwide, following on from declines of 0.4% in April and 0.3% in March. Not since the height of the financial crisis in 2009 have prices fallen for three months in a row. When the report of that data was published on theguardian.com, the highest-rated response below the line was: “If you have a house for sale, drop the price bec...

    published: 05 Jun 2017
  • What Will Happen To Property Prices Now The Election Is Over

    Our take on what the housing market impact will be on the housing market after the hung parliament.

    published: 12 Jun 2017
  • House Prices In Liverpool, Birmingham And Manchester Are Rising Faster Than London

    House Prices In Liverpool, Birmingham And Manchester Are Rising Faster Than London A house prices report said property growth in London is expected to slow towards a 0% "standstill" this year House price growth in London has slowed to the weakest pace seen in nearly four years, with property values in Liverpool, Birmingham and Manchester now rising more quickly than the capital, according to an index. Year-on-year house price growth in London was running at 6.4% in January - the lowest level recorded since June 2013 - according to property analysts Hometrack. The report said house price growth in London is expected to slow towards a 0% "standstill" during 2017. The index, which monitors house prices across the UK's 20 biggest cities, found Bristol remains the city with the strongest ho...

    published: 24 Feb 2017
  • UK House Prices Forecast 2017 Crash or Bull Market?

    If you enjoyed this video then please support our YouTube channel UK house prices ended 2016 up 7.2% . London Housing Market House Prices Forecast 2016-2018 Londons housing bull market continues to gallop along at an astonishing pace which depending on . If you enjoyed this video then please support our YouTube channel UK house prices ended 2016 up 7.2% . London Housing Market House Prices Forecast . The June 8th general election result delivering chaos and uncertainty instead of strong and stable not only shocked Britains political and media establishment .

    published: 12 Sep 2017
  • ABP LIVE: Property prices likely to go down in General Budget 2014-15

    For latest breaking news, other top stories log on to: http://www.abplive.in & http://www.youtube.com/abpnewsTV

    published: 09 Jul 2014
  • What Is A Flat Property?

    More of us now rent than have done for years, more buy to let, and property as a pension provider aug 22, 2013 london boasts some the world's highest prices, yet many buyers are only vaguely aware that when they flat whether mar 18, 2017 after year struggling in manchester city centre, brin glesson desperately made an offer on he hadn't even seen find or classifieds. What is the difference between an apartment, a house and flat definitions of general housing terms gov. Search over 900000 properties for sale from the top estate find property in london. The good flat guide top tips for buying an apartment telegraph. A house is usually a single dwelling unit on one property owned by an individual and they are fully responsible for interior exterior nov 14, 2012 flat very difficult to define t...

    published: 22 Nov 2017
  • UK House Prices Forecast General Election 2017 Seats Result, for 2015 was 328

    In 2015 the polling establishment and the mainstream media had in unison proclaimed that the 2015 general election was too close to call, one where the Labour and Conservative parties were neck and neck and where even if the Conservatives managed to pull a handful of seats ahead would still lose by default as they would not be able to form a majority even with Lib Dem support and therefore the Labour party appeared destined to win the 2015 general election, all of which was based on a year of opinion polls that consistently presented this consensus view right up until the polls closed! As a reminder the consensus was for the Conservatives would win just 270 seats, where even the BBC's exit poll AFTER the polls had closed at 10pm proved WRONG by forecasting the Conservatives would FAIL to ...

    published: 04 Jun 2017
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Housing prices worldwide jump nearly 50% in 10 years

Housing prices worldwide jump nearly 50% in 10 years

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"살 곳이 없다" 세계 집값 10년새 50%↑…한국 30년새 360%↑ Property prices have soared globally over the past ten years. While that's great news for those who already own homes,... the problem is... more and more people,... especially the young, are finding it practically impossible to get on the property ladder. Kim Min-ji reports. Housing prices around the world have soared nearly 50 percent on average over the past decade. According to the Bank of International Settlements,... Hong Kong saw the biggest jump. Hong Kong's property price index stood at 93-point-four in the third quarter of 2005,... but by the same period in 2015,... the figure had surged to 305. That's up nearly 230 percent. To give that some context,... if a house was valued at three million dollars in 2005,... it would be worth about ten million in 2015. Over the same period,... Sweden saw its index jump nearly 92 percent... and Norway nearly 83 percent. However, for the U.S.,... prices actually fell almost five percent -- which is mainly attributed to a plunge in housing prices in the wake of the financial crisis in 2008 and 2009. In general worldwide,... it's becoming harder for households, especially the younger generation,... to buy a home,... as the growth in income has not been rising as fast. Online pricing database Numbeo says people in 59 out of 102 countries worldwide would need to save their yearly income for at least ten years in order to buy a house in their country. Hong Kong topped the list yet again,... with a price-to-income ratio of just over 37-point-five. This means the average worker would need to work almost 40 years in order to buy a house of their own. Vietnam and Ghana followed in second and third. South Korea sat in at 32nd place. Kim Min-ji, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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UK House Prices Momentum Crash Warns of 2017 Bear Market

UK House Prices Momentum Crash Warns of 2017 Bear Market

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The June 8th general election result delivering 'chaos and uncertainty' instead of 'strong and stable' not only shocked Britain's political and media establishment but also looks like the UK economy suffered a heart attack with confidence fast evaporating as the economy slows down which makes a mockery of the Bank of England MPC clowns persisting in their talk of raising UK interest rates this year. And along with evaporating economic confidence is the confidence in the UK housing market that risks bringing a 5 year housing bull market to an abrupt end! And this is even before we see the chaos that will ensue once Theresa May quits as PM that risks triggering another chaos inducing general election! Taking a closer look at the state of the UK housing market shows a fast slowdown in momentum, which even at the time the election was called was flashing a red warning sign that Theresa May's dreams of winning a massive landslide majority was unlikely to materialise.... Support our Youtube Channel - https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=RBNAQG63P2VAU Ensure you are subscribed for in-depth analysis and detailed trend forecasts: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MarketOracleTV and subscribe to our free newsletter http://www.marketoracle.info/?p=subscribe&id=1 and visit http://www.marketoracle.co.uk for more. https://youtu.be/G_kAl15x6Xc
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Newer immigrants drive Canadian housing market

Newer immigrants drive Canadian housing market

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Average house price in the hottest market in Canada is $740,000
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3 Factors You Didn't Know That Truly Influence "House Prices" | Investing 101 ANIMATION

3 Factors You Didn't Know That Truly Influence "House Prices" | Investing 101 ANIMATION

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Jack worked really hard to save up a reserve, mainly to invest in the property market once the house prices drop. He heard that the house prices must drop during interest rate hikes, so he delayed his plan in order to wait for the interest rate hike cycle. Francis, on the other hand, owned a property already, she also believes that house prices will drop when the interest rate rises, so she sold her property and rent instead. However, when interest rate hikes, house prices go up unexpectedly. One of the biggest life-related mistakes Jack and Francis have ever made, and so it happens to most of us. Let's find out what are the real factors behind investing in housing market. First factor is economy. When there is an economic growth, the per capita income will rise and the unemployment rate will drop. People are able to earn more, which helps to boost consumption in general. For example, during 1996-1997, the growth in Asia was strong leading the growth of all assets. The housing market was even almost doubled up. The bubble burst in 1997 and the SARS crisis, when investors lost confidence of the market and the house prices sunk until 2004-2005. The second factor is interest rate. Would the house prices really rise under low interest rate environment? Or it would fall under high interest rate environment? Market has always anticipated a significant fall in house prices during interest rate hike because it increases the housing and mortgage costs. However, this is a misconception. The interest rate hike is really caused by rapid growth in economy. The purpose of the hike is to slow down the economic growth and eventually lead to a more steady growth in house prices. For example, during 1996-1997 and 2004-2006 global interest rate hike cycle, house prices repetitively hit new highs instead. The third factor is the regional demand and supply. Take Hong Kong as an example, there are a lot of lands but they are far from the city and cannot be developed. That provides a limited supply in land and act as a support of the house prices. Moreover Hong Kong as a global financial center, the regions near the commercial area will have a greater support in house prices just like Manhattan in the US and London in UK. The above have summed up real factors affecting the house prices. We hope none of us will make the same life-time mistakes by trusting the wrong myths. =============================== YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCc33m48vLcYXxgfnwtytK-g Facebook: https://facebook.com/161384107682138
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The Australian Property Market Cycle (Timing Of The Market vs Time In The Market) By Konrad Bobilak

The Australian Property Market Cycle (Timing Of The Market vs Time In The Market) By Konrad Bobilak

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SPECIAL FREE BONUS – For Instant FREE Access to The 10 Hour Real Estate Fast Track Weekend Online Video Home Study Valued At $497.00! -http://www.realestatedvd.com.au/absolutely-free-access-2016/ LIVE EVENT FREE TICKETS – For FREE tickets to attend the next live Melbourne educational event – The Real Estate Investing Fast Track Weekend - http://www.realestatefasttrack.com.au/?utm_source=Youtube MORE FROM KONRAD BOBILAK - To keep up to date with the latest videos, blogs, eBooks, from Konrad Bobilak go to; http://www.konradbobilak.com.au Here is what you will learn by watching this video: One of the most fundamental principles of investing in property in Australia is to appreciate that the market moves in distinct cycles which are characterised by periods of strong capital growth and demand for properties, through to periods of a flat-lining market, following periods of distinctive falling median prices, lower demand for properties, and a decline in property prices. The general rule of thumb is that these property cycles last 7 to 10 years, and can be segmented into 4 main parts, the 'Peak of the Market' being the shortest of the four; Peak of the Property Market - High capital growth, auction clearance rates of 85 per cent plus. Decline of the Property Market - Declining capital growth, auction clearance rates dropping from 80 per cent to 60 to 50 per cent. Bottom of the Property Market - Extended periods of low capital growth, auction clearance rates of 45 per cent to 50 per cent. Growth of the Property Market - Increasing capital growth, increase demand for property, increasing auction clearance rates, 55 per cent to eventually 75 per cent. Would you like to know exactly where Melbourne of Sydney is located right now on the property clock? If you gain just this one insight onto the world of property investing you will gain an unfair advantage over the rest of the property investors out there... You see, money is made by both the timing of the market, and of time in the market.
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Das: Property is an illusion

Das: Property is an illusion

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Livewire is Australia’s first social media platform for experienced investors and market professionals. It brings together the market’s most relevant and informed insights from leading fund managers and investment experts. To access more exclusive market content and to receive the top three insights each day, register for FREE at http://www.livewiremarkets.com To purchase Satyajit's book "A Banquet of Consequences" please visit: http://www.booktopia.com.au/a-banquet-of-consequences-satyajit-das/prod9780670079056.html Disclaimer: The information contained in this presentation is general in nature and should not be relied upon. Before making any investment or planning decisions, you should consult a licensed professional who can advise you weather your decision is appropriate for you. Contributors to this show may have commercial or financial interests in the companies mentioned.
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The Property Market in 2017

The Property Market in 2017

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- What my predictions were in 2016 (which came true and which didn't) - What I expect to see happen to interest rates... and how that will affect the market - Why there are still some great investing opportunities... for the strategic investor Want some help sourcing properties in high growth locations that cost you less than a cup of coffee a day? Then check out how we can help you here http://www.investmentrise.com.au/how-we-can-help-you/ To your success, Niro
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Property Index HD

Property Index HD

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The Property Index is a set of tools to help the general public get in touch with the property market. Get to know towns and suburbs across the country, find out what your home may be worth or check out the estimated value of anyone else's home. The information is continually being refined and updated, and you'll see new features being added over time. Check it out http://www.privateproperty.co.za/property-index.htm
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Property prices set to rise in 2014?

Property prices set to rise in 2014?

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Property developers say that property prices would only rise in the coming year and there is no possibility of prices going down. On Property India, realty experts and property developers discuss the future of real estate market in India. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/property-india/2014/305076
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Vital Signs have we finally reached 'peak' house prices

Vital Signs have we finally reached 'peak' house prices

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Credits : original article from theconversation.com.
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Update on Interest Rates and their affect on the UK Property Market (March 2017)

Update on Interest Rates and their affect on the UK Property Market (March 2017)

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Managing Director, Paul Mahoney, talks with Property TV about interest rates and how these may affect the property market.
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Thailand Property Guide - A Tour of the Property Market in Bangkok & Phuket.

Thailand Property Guide - A Tour of the Property Market in Bangkok & Phuket.

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SUBSCRIBE for more videos on Thailand: http://www.youtube.com/VisitTheEast Thailand Property Guide - A Tour of the Property Market in Bangkok & Phuket. It may seem far away, but Thailand is easy to reach and offers a culturally diverse and exciting option for a sunny second home to escape the UK's winter months. Thailand is a popular property destination for celebrity sportsmen of the football kind, with David Beckham and Sven Goran Eriksson both owning homes on the island of Koh Samui. Former England team-mate and shrewd property investor Robbie Fowler might take some time out from his successful career as player-manager at Muang Thong United, a club based just outside Bangkok, to snap up a home in one of Thailand's increasingly popular resorts. Holiday home website Villarenters reports that in the last five years bookings there have grown sevenfold, earning it a place in their Top 10 destinations. They add that properties generating the highest level of occupancy tends to be those styled with a local flavour -- people are looking for something that feels authentic. So if you're tempted by somewhere exotic to escape to during the UK's long winter months, which could also earn you a bit of rental income, here's a selection of resorts and developments to consider. Hotspots On the Thai mainland, Pattaya is one of Asia's largest beach resorts and the second most visited city in Thailand (after Bangkok, 150 kilometres north). The typical buyer in Pattaya is changing; from single males, drawn by its nightlife, to more families. In particular those younger visitors are visiting Jomtien, a few kilometres away, and wanting to experience Pattaya's floating markets and other cultural experiences. Houses in Pattaya range in value from 2 million baht to 50 million baht. A typical house 15 minutes from the city centre would be 3 million baht, in a gated community with a communal swimming pool. Apartments run from less than 1 million baht all the way up to penthouses in excess of 80 million baht. You can buy a very nice apartment close to the beach from 1.2 million baht. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Gulf of Thailand, 200 kilometres from Bangkok, is the country's oldest beach resort, Hua Hin. Here, new residential and retail developments, as well as golf courses, are attracting an increasing number of buyers from Bangkok, as well as from Europe - and there's now a sizable community of expat Brits. Forty-five minutes south of Hua Hin is the quiet beach village of Kuiburi where you can find boutique developments with access to the beach, private infinity pool, Jacuzzi and rooftop terrace. Before you follow Posh and Becks to Koh Samui, with its choice of five-star resorts, consider its little sister, Koh Phangan. Given that 70 per cent of Koh Phangan is protected by national park status, the island should always maintain its unspoilt charm. On the west coast, idyllic properties with infinity pools can be found in Baan Tai for 15 million baht and at Bay Residence, you could take on a self-build villa project near the pretty bay of Haad Salad with plots starting at around £50,000. The A Place in the Sun guide to buying a property in Thailand James Bond fans might prefer a home on the island of Yao Noi in Phang Nga Bay, famous as the setting for villain Scaramanga's hideaway in The Man with the Golden Gun. With a larger budget, you could consider the natural eden of Yao Noi -- 60 per cent of the island is covered in rainforest -- where a one-bedroom villa will start at around £517,000; two- and three-bedroom options are available with prices reaching £800,000. Buying process Your solicitor will do most of the searches before you have to sign anything or pay any deposit - so ensure you take good legal advice if you're being asked to pay upfront. You will then pay a 10 per cent deposit. The final contract is signed when all the legal documents are ready, and at the same time you pay all relevant fees and taxes, and the deeds are registered with the Land Department. Buying costs In general, buyers pay around two per cent transfer fees, one per cent legal fees and 0.5 per cent stamp duty. Buying through a Thai company means you have to pay business tax of 3.3 per cent and if buying land, a local development tax. property thailand city bangkok river tourism tourist holiday vacation dollars thai coulture condo house market economy exports korea japan china crisis land apartment cheap living foreign invest investment ''real estate'' market legal downtown unit studio ownership freehold home villa beach resort building buy sell furnished government money cash currency tv show trends hotel lawyer language deeds 2012 2013 visittheeast
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UK housing market correction is due - Evening Standard

UK housing market correction is due - Evening Standard

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Simon English, Senior City Correspondent at The Evening Standard sees a potential for a ‘healthy’ correction in the housing market, but rules out a crash. The segment is hosted by Tip TV CEO Nick Batsford. Tip TV Finance is a daily finance show based in Belgravia, London. Tip TV Finance prides itself on being able to attract the very highest quality guests on the show to talk markets, economics, trading and investing, keeping our audience informed via insightful and actionable infotainment. The Tip TV Daily Finance Show covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, futures and options. Guests share their high conviction market opportunities, covering fundamental, technical, inter-market and quantitative analysis, with the aim of demystifying financial markets for viewers at home. See More At: www.tiptv.co.uk Twitter: @OfficialTipTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/officialtiptv
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Brexit - and how it affects house prices

Brexit - and how it affects house prices

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The results are in, the UK has voted to leave the EU. But what does that mean for you, your property and future investments? Aran Curry has created this short video to answer those exact questions. Having invested in property for the last twenty years and helped 1000 clients to purchase their first and subsequent investment properties, Aran knows what it takes to get outstanding property investing results.
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Is UK property a bad investment?

Is UK property a bad investment?

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The UK housing market has trounced inflation for much of the last two decades, but we think that may be about to change. Rising interest rates, lower real wage growth and the prospect of a Government correcting the supply-demand imbalance are set to weaken the prospects for UK house prices. See more on our website: https://pensioncraft.com/uk-property-bad-investment/ The government's "Fixing our broken housing market" white paper sets out a plan to increase the level of housebuilding to meet demand https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/housing-white-paper
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High property prices force Londoners to move city

High property prices force Londoners to move city

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Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe The housing crisis in London has forced more and more people to leave the capital for cities like Birmingham. It's one of the major issues of the UK general election. Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus
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Property market to pick up end of 2018

Property market to pick up end of 2018

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IJM Land Bhd senior general manager Datuk Toh Chin Leong predicted that local property market will start to pick up late 2018.
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House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly

House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly

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House Prices are falling but they probably won’t fall quickly There is a small but vibrant web forum, housepricecrash.co.uk, whose members’ outrage at inflated property prices is matched only by their dismay that the longed-for slump has never materialised. After Nationwide reported last week that house prices had fallen for the third month in a row, its faithful believe the day of reckoning is finally coming. The average home fell in value by 0.2% in May, said Nationwide, following on from declines of 0.4% in April and 0.3% in March. Not since the height of the financial crisis in 2009 have prices fallen for three months in a row. When the report of that data was published on theguardian.com, the highest-rated response below the line was: “If you have a house for sale, drop the price because in six months it’s going to be a lot lower.” It is worth taking a closer look at the data. The most striking figure to emerge is that house prices in May actually rose – from £207,699 to £208,711. Nationwide reported them as falling only after making a seasonal adjustment. That may make statistical sense to some, but it’s no comfort to a buyer whose deposit won’t be seasonally adjusted by their bank. The unadjusted figure of £208,711 is actually the all-time record high for house prices in the UK. But a slowdown in London – and outright declines in many boroughs – is evident to any buyer. The capital is both the reception city for migrants, now falling in number, and the exit city for the UK’s financial services industry post-Brexit. It would be remarkable if its rental and sales markets had done anything other than go into reverse. The glut of luxury apartment building only adds to the downward pressure. The question for the 87% of the British population not in London is how far this will ripple beyond the capital. There are some good reasons why it should; the absolute level of prices is so high that further expansion is almost inconceivable. While London prices reflect an international market, in towns and cities elsewhere they must be supported by local UK incomes, which are currently static at best. Crucially, we are also seeing the end of the buy-to-let landlord as the marginal buyer of virtually every new one- or two-bed flat to come on to the market. Stamp duty, higher taxes and strict new affordability tests have sent lending to landlords into freefall. It is a long-overdue rebalancing of the market, and will inevitably depress prices. Every hit on landlords and fall in prices is greeted cheerfully by young adults, who have been priced out of the market. But there’s the rub. The scale of the decline in home ownership among the young has been so dramatic that it has created a vast level of pent-up demand. It means that any significant fall in the market will provoke a “relief rally” of buying by those who have been desperate to get on the fabled ladder. Now throw into this mix Britain’s near permanent failure to build enough houses. Then add migration – yes, it’s down, but instead of the need to build a new city the size of Sheffield each year, it suggests we need to build one the size of Brighton, and there’s little sign of that. What all this tells you is that price falls, when they come, are likely to be moderate rather than steep. Always bear in mind that house prices are largely a function of how much a bank is willing to lend against an asset. Banks and building societies, no longer lending in volume to landlords, are now throwing money at first-time buyers. Rates for 90% loans have tumbled to as low as 1.9% for two-year deals and just 2.55% for five-year fixes. Of course, we can’t rule out a house-price crash. The fog of Brexit will becalm the market for several years to come. But a full-scale crash requires a steep rise in interest rates – and, for now, no one is forecasting that. Sorry, pension fund managers: your relief may be short-lived What do BT and British Airways have in common? You could point to the public relations disasters that dog each organisation: one hitting the headlines recently following its accounting scandal, the other struggling to cope with the after-effects of last weekend’s cancelled flights. The other problem they share is a huge shortfall in their retirement fund. But there is good news on this front, because pension deficits at the UK’s largest companies appear to be falling. Pension adviser Mercer said last week that the collective deficit of final salary pension schemes among FTSE 350 firms fell in the past month by more than £10bn – from £145bn to £134bn. One of the biggest factors was a year of rising stock markets: they are at all- time highs in New York and London. Another, more surprising, factor is a slowdown in decades of improving life expectancy. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jun/04/house-prices-falling-probably-wont-fall-quickly
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What Will Happen To Property Prices Now The Election Is Over

What Will Happen To Property Prices Now The Election Is Over

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Our take on what the housing market impact will be on the housing market after the hung parliament.
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House Prices In Liverpool, Birmingham And Manchester Are Rising Faster Than London

House Prices In Liverpool, Birmingham And Manchester Are Rising Faster Than London

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House Prices In Liverpool, Birmingham And Manchester Are Rising Faster Than London A house prices report said property growth in London is expected to slow towards a 0% "standstill" this year House price growth in London has slowed to the weakest pace seen in nearly four years, with property values in Liverpool, Birmingham and Manchester now rising more quickly than the capital, according to an index. Year-on-year house price growth in London was running at 6.4% in January - the lowest level recorded since June 2013 - according to property analysts Hometrack. The report said house price growth in London is expected to slow towards a 0% "standstill" during 2017. The index, which monitors house prices across the UK's 20 biggest cities, found Bristol remains the city with the strongest house price growth, with an annual increase of 9.5% in January. Oxford has the next fastest growth, with a 9.2% annual house price rise. Manchester, where property values have increased by 8.3% year-on-year, is in third place. London was placed eighth, behind cities including Southampton and Bournemouth. Year on year increase in house prices Where have house prices fallen? Aberdeen is the only city on the list where house prices have fallen over the last year, recording a 3.7% decline. Hometrack said house prices in London, at £486,600 on average, are now 85% higher than they were in 2009. Other major cities, which have not experienced such fast house price growth over this period, are continuing to see prices heading robustly upwards. Richard Donnell, insight director at Hometrack, said: "Growth in London has been superseded by large regional cities such as Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham. Read More Britain's cheapest streets - where houses cost less than a Ford Focus "When you consider that house prices in London are 85% higher than they were in 2009 it is not surprising that the pace of increases is slowing toward a standstill as very high house price increases mean affordability is stretched." Read More Four couples in five forced to choose between a home or a wedding - The 6 government schemes to help you buy faster Mr Donnell said the timing and scale of future house price growth in general would depend upon the outlook for jobs, incomes and mortgage rates. Here are average house prices in January across the major UK cities in Hometrack's research, followed by the year-on-year increase in prices: Average house prices vs rise in 2017 Bristol, £263,200, 9.5% Oxford, £430,200, 9.2% Manchester, £150,600, 8.3% Southampton, £223,200, 8% Birmingham, £147,400, 7.4% Liverpool, £116,200, 7.1% Bournemouth, £275,600, 6.6% London, £486,600, 6.4%
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UK House Prices Forecast 2017 Crash or Bull Market?

UK House Prices Forecast 2017 Crash or Bull Market?

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If you enjoyed this video then please support our YouTube channel UK house prices ended 2016 up 7.2% . London Housing Market House Prices Forecast 2016-2018 Londons housing bull market continues to gallop along at an astonishing pace which depending on . If you enjoyed this video then please support our YouTube channel UK house prices ended 2016 up 7.2% . London Housing Market House Prices Forecast . The June 8th general election result delivering chaos and uncertainty instead of strong and stable not only shocked Britains political and media establishment .
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ABP LIVE: Property prices likely to go down in General Budget 2014-15

ABP LIVE: Property prices likely to go down in General Budget 2014-15

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What Is A Flat Property?

What Is A Flat Property?

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UK House Prices Forecast General Election 2017 Seats Result, for 2015 was 328

UK House Prices Forecast General Election 2017 Seats Result, for 2015 was 328

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In 2015 the polling establishment and the mainstream media had in unison proclaimed that the 2015 general election was too close to call, one where the Labour and Conservative parties were neck and neck and where even if the Conservatives managed to pull a handful of seats ahead would still lose by default as they would not be able to form a majority even with Lib Dem support and therefore the Labour party appeared destined to win the 2015 general election, all of which was based on a year of opinion polls that consistently presented this consensus view right up until the polls closed! As a reminder the consensus was for the Conservatives would win just 270 seats, where even the BBC's exit poll AFTER the polls had closed at 10pm proved WRONG by forecasting the Conservatives would FAIL to win an outright majority on 316. However, what did prove highly accurate in forecasting the outcome of the 2015 General was my market skewed perception based on my house prices trend trajectory forecast that forecast the Conservatives would win the 2015 General Election with on a single digits majority of approx 328 against the actual outcome of 330. So find out in my latest video in the BrExit election series what UK house prices are now forecasting for the outcome of the June 8th General Election. If you enjoyed this video then please support our YouTube channel https://www.paypal.me/MarketOracleTV Ensure you are subscribed for in-depth analysis and detailed trend forecasts: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MarketOracleTV And subscribe to our always free newsletter http://www.marketoracle.info/?p=subscribe&id=1 And visit http://www.marketoracle.co.uk for more. https://youtu.be/t9qPEzDPWjs
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