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Finley Cay has become the first private island in the Bahamas to be subject to conservation laws after a moratorium was placed on the island’s future development and construction. Finley Cay, currently on sale for USD 1.995 million, has become the first private island in the Bahamas to be subject to conservation laws.
After more than 40 years of debate, the U.K.'s busiest airport is officially getting a third runway, offering a gateway to a host of new flight routes. British Parliament voted in favor of the move and approved plans to build on Monday, and construction could begin as soon as 2021.
All departing and arriving international travellers at Orlando International Airport will soon be asked to undergo a facial-recognition scan, making Florida's busiest airport the first in the country to roll out the biometric technology on such a scale, Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) officials recently announced.
Buying an overseas property is a substantial investment and most people will only be able to use their property for 2-3 months of the year, for a much smaller investment you will be the part owner in a possibly more expensive and luxurious property but will not have to pay the full upkeep, taxes for a full 52 weeks. This is where Fractional Ownership comes in...
Around 3 p.m. and 7 p.m every day, a train hurtles through a series of narrow streets in Hanoi’s bustling, maze-like Old Quarter. The train street is located between Le Duan and Kham Tien street in Hanoi's Old Quarter. The exact lane the train passes along is called Ngo 224 Le Duan.
Turkey's property market may be set for a turnaround this year, as the country introduces a new Golden Visa-style scheme to encourage foreign investment. The new citizenship law, announced earlier this month, will mean that foreigners who invest in property worth at least $1 million and hold it for a minimum of three years will be eligible for Turkish citizenship. Alternatively, an eligible foreign investor can either make a fixed capital investment in Turkey worth at least $2 million, buy $3 million worth of government bonds or deposit the same amount in a Turkish bank, or create jobs within Turkey.
Visa-exempt travellers heading to the country now require an Electronic Travel Authorisation to travel there or pass through to another destination. The mandatory eTA applies to nationalities including British visitors and costs $7 CAD.
Indonesia is aiming to boost its property market with a new slash in sales tax. From September 2016, new laws mean that sellers of homes will have to pay a 2.5 per cent tax on the sales price – half the current 5 per cent. For those with homes smaller than 36 square metres, that rate will be an even lower 1 per cent.
Phuket's airport has opened a brand new international terminal that doubles its passenger capacity. The new terminal was opened by Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha and is part of a 5.14-billion-baht plan to expand the airport, the four-storey development will double the airport's passenger capacity from 6.5 million passengers per year to 12.5 million.
The Philippines has been another rising star of 2016, with the country re-entering the Top 5 destinations on TheMoveChannel.com in July. This is the third time the islands have appeared in the Top 10 this year. With both the Philippines and UAE removed from the unfolding EU situation, will they become new hotspots for post-Brexit investors, or is July's rising interest just driven by strong opportunities?
Indonesia is aiming to boost its property market with a new slash in sales tax. New laws from this month will mean that sellers of homes will have to pay a 2.5 per cent tax on the sales price half the current 5 per cent. For those with homes smaller than 36 square metres, that rate will be an even lower 1 per cent. The head of Indonesia's tax office said the measure is to support the property sector and to help aid purchasing power because one of the people's primary need is to own a house. With the central bank recently announcing plans to ease down payment requirements for financing, Indonesia's new measures are intended to boost the country's residential property market. Sales rose by 4 per cent in Q2 2016 from Q1 2016, when they increased 1.51 per cent quarter-on-quarter, according to Bank Indonesia.
Cyprus has slashed its immovable property tax and transfer fees, moves that are set to boost investment in the island's real estate. The cut in Immovable Property Tax was voted through by the government this summer, reducing the levy to just a quarter of its former value with the tax then being scrapped altogether from the start of 2017. The tax will be based on the 1980 values of properties.
The tax, which will came into effect from 2nd August 2016, will see non-resident investors in Canadian real estate face an additional 15 per cent fee. The tax will apply to residential purchases in Metro Vancouver, effectively generating an additional CAD300,000 for every property bought for CAD2 million or CAD1.5 million for a property worth CAD10 million. The levy will also apply to corporations purchasing property. While the British Colombia authorities will have the authority to examine the citizenship of directors of the relevant companies, and the beneficiaries of any corporate profits, though, individual buyers will otherwise be required to self-report their nationality and provide a social insurance number. As yet it is unclear whether a resident with citizenship could buy a property by proxy for a family member living abroad, indeed, the exact methods of policing and enforcement are yet to be confirmed.
The Turkish city of Bursa could become the country's new property hot spot, following the completion of a landmark new bridge over the Marmara Sea. Bursa is Turkeys fourth largest city and is currently the third most popular in terms of foreign property purchases. The city offers an alternative to the high-profile city, with the added bonus of offering skiing at nearby Mount Uludag. The 3.3-kilometre Izmit Bay suspension bridge links Gebze, just east of Istanbul, with the southern shore of the Marmara Sea. It forms part of the new, six-lane Istanbul-Izmir highway, which connects Bursa, including its coastal suburbs, to Istanbul. The new bridge and motorway will reduce drive-time between Istanbuls Sabiha Airport and the eastern part of the Bursa Province to under an hour.
Not every country and programme is the same. There are significant differences relating to investment level, family qualification, permanent residency, minimum stay, citizenship and passports.
Dubai has become the world's busiest international airport. Dubai's stock is soaring. The emirate has already cornered the architectural market with the world's tallest building. In recent years, its rebounding real estate market - post financial crash - recorded the fastest rising property prices in the world. Now, it is home to the world's busiest international airport.
The world's first ever pet terminal will be built at JFK Airport next year. Named The Ark, the state-of-the-art facility will cater for the overseas travel of everything from household pets to farmyard animals. ARK Development, LLC, an affiliate of real estate company Racebrook Capital, announced this week that it has signed a 30-year lease with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to develop the mammoth facility.
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