Find our most recent stories tagged by their locations. Click here for more story locations.
Posted: 04 Sep 2010 | 6:00 am
Despite a few isolated cases of developer defaults in the island's challenged condo market, consumer pain in something that can be felt increasingly around the globe.
Take for instance the glitzy luxury Cosmopolitan condo-hotel development in Las Vegas. With management by the Grand Hyatt flag and 2,600 units on offer, the original brainchild of entrepreneur Bruce Eichner has now seen the project revert to Deutsche Bank.
A number of very public legal disputes with disgruntled purchasers have placed the bank under the gun in media accounts. An assortment of well known personalities have issues comments about tying money up for a number of years and units still not being delivered.
Property and the global financial crises have become unlikely bedfellows and for now until the larger outside world goes into an economic upswing expect more pain then pleasure for unhappy off plan investment and real estate buyers.
A column featuring environmental issues and conservation around the island. Click here for more Green Reports check out the latest story from the leading experts:
While we hope for the best that Phuket's new airport expansion will have some green focus, it's encouraging to view Singapore's Changi as setting a global standard.
Flying always gives me a chance to look outside the box and today a news article in SikAir's in-flight magazine caught my imagination.
CENTEL 35.00 - 1.00 %
DTC 57.00 - 2.25 %
ERW 4.02 - 0.14 %
GRAND 1.11 - 0.01 %
LRH 28.25 - 0.25 %
MANRIN 25.75 0.00 %
MINT 24.00 0.00 %
ROH 27.00 - 2.75 %
SHANG 50.00 + 0.75 %
Library of published hospitality, tourism and property market intelligence.
Get Off The Beaten Track - Soma Journeys
PHUKET GAZETTEMerry in the Maldives
PROPERTY REPORT SOUTH EAST ASIAEavesdropping on Dead Presidents