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For the seventh year in a row, Melbourne has been hailed the world’s most liveable city on  The Economist Intelligence Unit 's (EIU) annual Global Liveability Report.  The Australian metropolis routed competitors worldwide across 30 qualitative and quantitative metrics and five categories to gain an overall rating of 97.5 percent, edging out Vienna which obtained a mark of...
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Dalian Wanda Group has officially shot down speculation that it has succumbed to regulator pressure and commencing the disposal of two high-value assets in Australia.  “Having made such enquiries internally as is reasonable in the circumstances, the company wishes to clarify that, as of the date of this announcement, the company does not have any plan to make the said disposals...
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Australian real estate is in for a shakeup with the quiet launch of proptech fund Esho Ventures , which will be announcing its first investments later in 2017. The investments promise to be an interesting range of start-ups, given the unconventional way Esho Ventures is vetting prospective entrepreneurs. Unlike comparable funds, Esho Ventures screens potential proptech companies for their...
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The lack of student accommodation in Australia is a major paradox. Although the world’s third-largest education provider for overseas students, it has one of the lowest supplies of student housing. Currently, just 10 percent of the country’s 300,000-plus foreign students live in purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) according to a 2015 report from law firm Colin Biggers & Paisley....
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Around 11 percent or one in every 10 of homes in New South Wales went to a foreign buyer from July to September, according to the NSW Office of State Revenue. A freedom-of-information investigation by the Australian Financial Review , however, found less daunting figures. The statistic apparently includes residential property purchases by dual citizens as well as joint transactions by...
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