Category Archives: Property Loans

New property cooling measures in major Chinese cities

New property cooling measures in major Chinese cities
Previously, they were permitted to purchase a residential property if they had lived in the city for at least two years cumulatively over a three-year period. In Shenzhen, first-time buyers who have taken out housing loans in the past two years, as …
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Singapore property now less attractive to investors
In fact, property prices, as well as the volume of real estate deals and loans, would have been higher by around 33 percent if the cooling measures had not been introduced, said the central bank in November 2015. Nevertheless, some institutional …
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China's little emperors prop up Aussie housing market

China's little emperors prop up Aussie housing market
“Without my parents, it would still be difficult for us to bear the large mortgage loans.” Han is among scores of buyers who with the backing of relatives in China are underpinning a housing market in Australia that's coming off the boil. More than …
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Lessons from Tata Steel

Lessons from Tata Steel
GMR Group sold three overseas operations during 2013: in March it sold a 70% stake in GMR Energy (Singapore) Pte. Ltd for $ 520 million; in December it offloaded its 40% stake in Istanbul airport and another airline … Around the same time, the sub …
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Which Segment Drove BNY Mellon's Earnings In 1Q16?
Investment services fees were flat year-over-year at $ 1.7 billion. Asset servicing fees remained flat at ~$ 1.0 billion during the quarter, backed by higher securities lending revenues and growth in new businesses. Net interest revenues increased by 8 …
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Latest Singapore Property Loans News

Singapore bank lending dips in February
Loans and advances through domestic bank units amounted to S$ 596.2 billion last month, down from S$ 600.2 billion in January. Meanwhile, housing and bridging loans in stood at S$ 185.3 billion last month, staying at the level as that in January. These …
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New programme launched to train chartered business valuer
"We have also positioned Singapore as an intellectual property hub, and one area we are encouraging is the use of IP as collateral for loans and financing. In order for banks and financial institutions to determine how much to lend many will need to …
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THE YOGA TEACHER: Skills and mat are all that's needed
She lives with a cousin and another flatmate in a Housing Board unit near Geylang. She also rents a studio at a nearby shopping mall to teach groups, but did not want to comment on the rent. Freelancing really works for her because all she needs are …
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