Did China’s one-child policy lead to an inflated housing market?
Dec22

Did China’s one-child policy lead to an inflated housing market?

Despite recent measures to reign in China’s surging property markets, the price of home ownership in China continues to soar, outpacing increases in income nationwide and rates of housing prices worldwide. Even in this climate, China maintains one of the highest rates of home ownership in the world. New research from Columbia Business School offers an explanation: for single men looking to marry, owning a home has increasingly...

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Improve your front porch and impress the buyers
Dec17

Improve your front porch and impress the buyers

In general, you cannot peek in the quality or features of any product unless you purchase it or begin to use it, but nevertheless you buy it off the market depending entirely upon its outlook. If it appeals you, you become willing to put your money on stake and buy but if it doesn’t appeal or attract you, then you will not even look towards it twice. Similarly, you need to improve the outlook of your front porch of the house so the...

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Tips for managing your company’s online presence
Dec08

Tips for managing your company’s online presence

Your office is reaping the rewards of the newly launched digital marketing plan and new clients are reaching out to you. Online marketing is a good way of reaching out to potential customers and taking advantage of the prowess of the internet but managing it is the biggest challenge. Competition on the internet is stiff, and you need to keep your firm up to date with all the changing things for it to stay ahead of the competitors....

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House-buying costs stall home improvements
Dec08

House-buying costs stall home improvements

One homeowner’s good taste is another’s instant dislike according to a report which reveals that redecorating is the top priority for house-buyers. Three-quarters (74%) of those who responded to the survey for Purplebricks, said their first improvement job after purchasing a new property was to change the décor. Just over one in three (34%) said they spent between £1,000 and £5,000 within the first three months of moving...

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