What’s driving an E&S property boom?

What’s driving an E&S property boom? | Insurance Business America Property What’s driving an E&S property boom? Clue: It’s not just the weather… The non-admitted insurance market is experiencing a property premium boom, and natural catastrophe exposed states are leading the charge but are by no means the only contributors in a hard market. Stamping … Read more

Stunning Qld property comes with a wedding crasher

Wedding Crashers (2005) movie still, actors Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn. Supplied An iconic Queensland wedding venue appears to have a secret, with listing photographs suggesting it comes with a wedding crasher, and not of the Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn kind. Listing photographs for Sunshine Coast wedding venue Secrets on the Lake show a … Read more

What is the Safe Withdrawal Rate for CPF LIFE, Income from Rental Property and Dividend Stocks? – Reader Question

It is Da Nian Chu Er of our Lunar Chinese New Year. Here is wishing all the good health and good wealth. I hope all our portfolios don’t go to zero. I want to take things slower this Chinese new year and since I receive a question from an earnest member of my Singapore Financial … Read more

Greystar Pens Deal With Wood Partners On Property Management

Under the newly created agreement, all properties owned by Wood will see their management duties transferred to Greystar. Mark your calendars for the ultimate real estate experiences with Inman’s upcoming events! Dive into the future at Connect Miami, immerse in luxury at Luxury Connect, and converge with industry leaders at Inman Connect Las Vegas. Discover … Read more

DRY) Acquisition of a Key Strategic Property Contiguous to its Gold Rock Camp

Vancouver, British Columbia – February 2, 2024 (Newsfile Corp.) (Investorideas.com Newswire) Dryden Gold Corp. (TSXV: DRY) (“Dryden Gold” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has entered into a purchase agreement (the “Agreement”) to acquire 100% ownership of 32 tenured mineral claims (the “Property”) from Cross River Ventures Corp. (“Cross River”). The Property is … Read more

Thousands of California homeowners can cut their property tax bill. Here’s how

With property tax bills as high as they are in Southern California, you’d think that homeowners would sign up for every break they could get. You would be wrong. Since 1974, the state of California has offered to reduce the assessed value of any owner-occupied home by $7,000. That, in turn, reduces the home’s annual … Read more

What buyers want: The most sought after property features

A swimming pool in the backyard is still the quintessential Aussie dream, but more homebuyers are considering dual living arrangements amid the rising cost of living. These are the trends to emerge from an analysis of the keywords homebuyers searched for most on realestate.com.au last year. Buyers have again placed ‘swimming pool’ at the top of the … Read more

Unraveling the Fallout of China’s Property Crisis

China Evergrande, the world’s most indebted property developer, faced a significant setback as a Hong Kong court issued a liquidation order on Monday. This event marks the culmination of a tumultuous period that sent shockwaves through China’s property sector over two years ago. The Unfolding Liquidation The liquidation order, a consequence of a lawsuit initiated … Read more

Big start to auction market raises hope for property market growth year in Victoria

Boatshed 26 in McCrae was sold by the family of Carlton Footballer Matthew Owies. Victoria’s property market has made a bright start to 2024 that has set housing up for a growth year. Carlton Football Club’s Matthew Owies was among those thrilled with strong sales as the state kicked off its first noteworthy auction week … Read more

Need a bulldozer: QLD property ‘beast’ survives another cyclone

Murphy’s Law may say that nature always sides with the hidden flaw, but this North Queensland hovel is proof that while beauty may be skin deep, ugly goes to the bone. And this viral clanger clearly has good bones. “I know all of Australia is concerned – but thanks to Rhett Stubbs from ActiveHR I … Read more