Hello guys, hope you all had a great weekend. Before I start out with the international property news beat, I want to mention how helpful the MyBlogLog widget has been by giving me an insight on some of the readers of this blog.
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- Hard Rock Hotel to be launched in Malaysia [e-Travel Blackboard]
- New Star Asset Management, whose 1.8 billion pound Property fund is one of the UK’s top-selling funds, announces the launch a fund that will invest in commercial property outside the UK [Reuters]
- Fidelity International announces the launch of a property fund to take advantage of strong economic and demographic growth in Asia by investing in Asian real estate companies. [City Wire]
- Malaysian real estate beckons to foreigners [Business Times Malaysia]
- Edinburgh slips out of European top 10 cities for commercial property investment after a resurgent German market [Scotsman]
- United States dominates market cap of REITs but South Africa is the top performer in the past three years with a total return of 34% on Ernst & Young’s 2006 global real estate investment trust (REIT) survey [Ernst & Young]