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  • *Private equity seeks bargains in UK shopping centres. "You have to be very selective about which secondary shopping centres you go into," said Manish Chande, a founding partner of fund management business Clearbell Capital, which bought a centre in Durham, northeast England last year. The firm is revamping The Gates Shopping Centre, opened in 1975, by adding a...

  • *China challenges Germany as world's top solar producer. Even as China is set to overtake Germany as the country with the world's highest installed solar capacity, growth in small-scale solar such as rooftop panels has been so weak that planners didn't even bother setting new targets this year for installations under 20 megawatts in size.

  • China's impact on Hong Kong's luxury goods industry has deepened, with rent in the top shopping streets dropping by 40%, the FT reports.

  • Vertical greenery will be the defining feature of future metropolises, as governments across the globe invest millions in making their cities 'smart.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    U.S. stocks closed lower as investors weighed earnings and looked ahead to the beginning of the two-day Federal Reserve meeting on Tuesday.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook announces the Apple Watch during a company special event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on March 9, 2015, in San Francisco.

    U.S. stock index futures indicated a slightly higher open on Monday as markets eyed Apple earnings and hints on monetary policy from the Fed.

  • A drop in Chinese tourist numbers is driving down shop rentals in Hong Kong, with vacancies increasing in the same prime areas.

  • Singapore's tony Sentosa Cove properties attracted wealthy foreign buyers, but now it's the slowdown's epicenter. The New York Times reports.

  • The closing of the sale on Wednesday of New York's famed Waldorf Astoria hotel to China's Anbang Insurance Group for $1.95 billion marks the tip of an unprecedented wave of Chinese investment pouring into U.S. hotels.

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    Hong Kong property stocks have enjoyed a healthy run this year and according to analysts, the sector could benefit from further upside.

  • If you wanted to make a quick buck in property, Dubai would have been the place to do it. And the desert of superlatives is still going strong.

  • A barbecue restaurant which serves Halal certified food in Tokyo, Japan.

    Japan's courting of Muslim tourists has led to a wave of Halal food and Muslim-friendly amenities sprouting in the land of the rising sun.

  • Prospective buyers wait in line to inspect a house for sale in the suburb of Eastwood in Sydney, Australia.

    More wealthy Chinese are moving their money out of China to invest in Australia's property market as a corruption crackdown in China gathers momentum.

  • People at a real estate trade fair in Beijing, China.

    For the first time lands plots up for auction in Beijing went unsold, signaling developer anxiety over continued weakness in the property market.

  • High-rise buildings and real estate advertising in Tianjin, China.

    Commercial real estate volumes in Asia-Pacific are set to spike in the second half of this year, said Jones Lang LaSalle.

  • Myanmar's burgeoning hotel market is set for another year of record growth in 2014, according to property research firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

  • Unsold properties have spurred fears that China's real-estate market may be a ready-to-burst bubble, but its "ghost towns" may not be all that empty.

  • Models of a housing project at a real estate fair in Qingdao, China.

    As the cracks in China's housing market deepen, the country's major property developers are scouring the world for new opportunities.

  • For 89-year-old Raj Kalaan, her caregiver's bi-weekly visits are cherished. A young lady companion spends three hours per week with her.

  • A new site hopes to come to the rescue of small-business tenants who need smaller office space.