Is It Wise for Real Asset Fund Managers to Invest in Strategic Land Companies?

Fund managers are like individual investors: Each seeks a maximum return on their investments. The performance of the sector should drive their participation. After the financial meltdown of 2008, investors across the globe reduced the proportion of assets held in market-traded stocks and bonds. They instead chose to invest in real assets: minerals, real estate, […]

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The Green Land Investor: How to Invest in Sustainable Land

To be a “responsible property investor” means building green. Smart capital growth land investors consider short-, medium- and long-term values of eco-development. With all the attention on building homes to meet the housing shortage in the UK, an often-overlooked component of the story is how those homes are also likely to be more energy efficient. […]

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The Best Investment for 2015

Sometimes the best investment is safe investments and 2015 might be one of those times. First, let’s look at your investment options. Then, we’ll focus on finding the best safe investments for 2015 and beyond. Since early 2009 stocks and stock funds have been the best investment options. The past six years have often been […]

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Read This Before Investing in GDA Housing Schemes

If you are not one of the 25,000 lucky winners of DDA housing scheme 2014, here is one more opportunity to own a home in NCR. Ghaziabad Development Authority has come up with 2 latest housing schemes, one in Indirapuram and other in different parts of the city for EWS and LIG categories. The authority […]

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How Are “Locally Led” Garden Cities Different?

Localism in land use planning is the new mantra for address the UK housing shortage. But smaller scale, investor-driven projects get more done for now. The housing shortage in the UK is generating a revisiting of the “garden city” concept first proposed by Ebenezer Howard in the late 19th century. Some of the most aggressive, […]

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Labour’s Emma Reynolds Predictions: A Dire Housing Future – and Her Proposed Solutions

The shadow housing minister’s job is to disagree with the Government. But her policy proposals to boost homebuilding investments certainly offer detailed perspectives. As shadow minister of housing, it is MP Emma Reynolds’ job to challenge the ruling Government. In so doing, she arguably lays out a future set of policies and programmes that might […]

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