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Property News from Wall Street Journal

  1. Gardens and Mountains in Australia
    This luxury period-style home on more than 50,000 square feet of land has a national park out the back door and is just a 90-minute drive from Sydney.
  2. The Challenges of Selling a Hollywood Home
    In Los Angeles, an abode that has housed generations of Hollywood legends can be the ultimate status symbol, but there are complications when it is time to sell.
  3. Ziff Family Florida Compound Is Seeking Almost $200 Million
    Known as “Gemini,” the nearly 16-acre estate south of Palm Beach is one of the highest priced listings in the country
  4. An Apple Manager's Headquarters for High Jinks
    A creative director crafts a San Francisco home dedicated to daring, whimsy and fun.
  5. Japan's Creative, Ephemeral Homes
    Buyers value new, highly personalized houses—forget resales. This model has one happy side-effect: a flourishing of some of the world’s most wonderfully bizarre architecture.
  6. Soho Penthouse Seeks $29.995 Million
    The seller is Jon Venetos, the former head of Surveyor Capital, which is part of hedge-fund giant Citadel.
  7. Developers Put on the Glitz for Busy Fall Selling Season
    Increasingly, developers use a wide range of splashy affairs to promote luxury residential real-estate sales in autumn, the most important sales period after spring.
  8. Microsoft Opens Flagship Store on Fifth Avenue
    Microsoft will step onto one of the world’s biggest retail stages Monday when it opens its Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan as part of its strategy to boost direct contact with consumers.
  9. A Resnick Scion Strikes Out on His Own
    With a new Chelsea condominium that’s 80% sold, Scott Resnick shows he’s up to the challenge of developing residential projects on his own.
  10. Shopping Mall Developer Taubman Dies
    A. Alfred Taubman, the self-made billionaire who cemented the enclosed shopping mall into American culture has died. He was 91.

Property News from the Financial Times

  1. Sunac: no Mickey Mouse deal

    As a home builder, the developer needs land to build on
  2. Segro profits climb as warehouse shortage boosts demand

  3. Sunac to raise $516m in share placement

  4. Leasehold ban proposed for sale of new houses

    Drive to check fast-rising ground rents and high fees charged by freeholders
  5. Safestore decides to risk a second pay vote

    Storage group argues proxy advisers take “checklist approach” to remuneration
  6. Strong rental growth helps Unibail Rodamco to H1 profit growth

  7. Four reasons why UK equity release mortgages will boom

    Fast-growing sector could be the answer for a population facing financial pressures
  8. US existing home sales cools to weakest level since Feb

  9. Foreign buyers lift Thai property market from doldrums

    Demand led by Hong Kong and China helps counter sluggish domestic growth
  10. Free beer and funky decor: working the WeWork way

    US shared office provider has grown rapidly but can it withstand the turning market cycle?

Your Home & Mortgage News From The Financial Times

  1. Latest savings rates
    Up-to-date deals from banks and building societies
  2. Latest Isa rates
    Up-to-date tax-efficient savings deals
  3. Latest National Savings & Investments rates
    Current rates from the state-owned savings bank
  4. Weekend catchup — this week’s personal finance headlines
    Austen’s tenners, record dividends, inflation falls
  5. The ticking time-bomb of interest-only mortgages
    FT Money's wealth correspondent Hugo Greenhalgh is joined by investment reporter Aime Williams to discuss interest-only mortgages. Plus, Lucy Schonegevel of Macmillan Cancer Support on the enormous travel insurance premiums facing former cancer patients, and FT Money deputy editor James Pickford probes the issue of conveyancing fraud.
  6. Central banks can’t decide when the party will end
    Ratesetters have difficulty forecasting their own conduct, let alone everyone else’s
  7. Small print — to read, or not to read? That is the question
    Insurance company terms and conditions are longer than Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’
  8. Do I have to set up a pension plan for my limited company?
    What are my obligations under auto-enrolment?
  9. Flood Re pledges to cover more UK homes
    Subsidised insurance should be available for 190,000 homes next year
  10. Cancer diagnosis can quadruple the cost of travel insurance
    Some sufferers charged up to £1,000 for an annual policy