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Property Investing – London Paris Or New York?

Category: Real estate, Posted:10 Dec 2013 | 06:00 am

Recently I picked up a Wall Street Journal which looked at property price appreciation over the past four years in 3 of the most touted real estate markets in the world.
Over the period London was up 53%, Paris 0.8% and New York 25.1% according to Knight Frank's Prime Cities Index.
What's insightful is that as in most real estate investments the adage "location location location" still remains a key driving force for success.

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Remembering Florian Hallermann

Category: Hotels, Posted:16 Sep 2021 | 08:56 am We’d like to take a moment to remember Zeavola General Manager Florian Hallermann. Florian tragically died in a hiking accident in Ko Phi Phi. He was a familiar face in Greater Phuket hospitality circles for many years and well-loved in Ko Phi Phi, which was his last posting. Looking back at the start of our […]
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The Thaiger Digital Summit – Seven Thai Tech Start-Ups Speak Out

Category: Real estate, Posted:11 Sep 2021 | 10:02 am Disrupt or Die. Tune in to a full-tilt, one-hour online event led by The Thaiger’s Co-Founder and leading digital entrepreneur Michael Kenner. On the virtual stage will be fast-paced conversations with seven amazing start-up disruptors who are set to change Thailand’s online space. From super apps, the sharing economy, big data, to taking business off […]