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Property Report has been Asia's leading luxury real estate magazine since 2004. Covering luxury real estate, architecture and design, Property Report is an essential read for anyone looking to invest in property in Asia and throughout the world. Property Report magazine highlights all aspects of luxury living, including market analysis, developer interviews, project profiles, architecture and interior design trends. Property Report Magazine features these primary sections: Market Focus is an in-depth feature highlighting the top residential projects in regional Asian destinations with strong investor potential. Luxury News features the latest gadgets and must-haves accessories for homebuyers who already own the multi-million dollar home. Luxury Interview profiles an individual that is pushing the envelope in terms of luxury living in Asia and beyond. Special Feature focuses on a wider international property market, including the UK, USA, Australia, and Canada, and highlights new developments attracting overseas homebuyers from Asia, as well as projects around the world developed by regional developers. Special Report explores a single real estate specific issue relevant to today’s market, including marine properties, green development, architecture, and design.
The Green Issue spotlights the innovative ways developers, designers, and other industry stakeholders are imbuing sustainability into their endeavours. The issue features an interview with Henry Woon, behind iconic projects like Gardens by the Bay, and a behind-the-scenes look at acclaimed green project Mount Pavilia, plus in-depth scrutiny of Asia’s most polluted cities. Elsewhere, market observers reflect on the property sector in Sri Lanka—also the subject of this issue’s Neighbourhood Watch—a decade after the civil war, as well as the robust secondary markets of Thailand. Dispatches from China and Cambodia report on two markets grappling with the repercussions of infuriating US and EU trade authorities.