Real Estate

Hong Kong’s service sector will be the part of economy that sees “the biggest rebound” as borders reopen, UBP told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Asia” on Thursday.  However, it warned that the sector is coming “from a very fragile situation,” given its contraction in every quarter of 2022.  “We can’t exclude the possibility of further insolvencies
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With so much decor on the market and so many designers, finding something original is rare. It can be challenging to distinguish one brand or artist from the next, but designer Katie Kime has managed to create a truly unique line of decor featuring her sophisticated yet cheerful prints. The designer is perhaps best known
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Colorful cafe bars at the iconic Beale Street music and entertainment district of downtown Memphis, Tennessee. benedek | iStock | Getty Images Despite broad hikes in rental prices, competition is easing in some U.S. markets as inventory grows, according to a new report from national real estate brokerage HouseCanary. At the end of 2022, the
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That which doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. For many of us, swimming underneath ice for 216 feet or running a half marathon above the Artic Circle barefoot sounds quite deadly. For endurance athlete Wim Hof, cold therapy is a pathway to greater health. “Frequent exposure to cold is linked to a number of different
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Generally speaking, the higher your credit score, the better off you are when it comes to getting a loan. FICO scores, the most popular scoring model, range from 300 to 850. A “good” score generally is above 670, a “very good” score is over 740 and anything above 800 is considered “exceptional.” Once you reach that 800
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Homes in Rocklin, California, US, on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022. A record number of homes are being delisted as sellers face a sharp drop in demand, according to real estate brokerage Redfin. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Sales of previously owned homes dropped 1.5% in December from the previous month, according to
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Each year brings new real estate undertakings that prove transformative not only for those who will inhabit them, but for the metropolitan enclaves surrounding them. These projects may be residential or commercial or – with increasing likelihood — mixed-use. They might be transit-oriented developments, adaptive reuse efforts or mega-projects that deliver diversity and improved opportunity
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