Construction Update | One Wolstenholme Square

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One Wolstenholme Square This is a construction update notice. We at Cornerstone International Properties are glad to inform you that the One Wolstenholme Square project is on track for commencement of construction this June 2016. We are also pleased to present to our buyers and investors the latest site update as attached here as a digital publication. For a detailed breakdown of progress up to May 2016, kindly click on the image below.   You may click on the right facing arrow in the slideshow to turn the pages. To enlarge the report you may double-click on any image or page. Thank you! Cornerstone International Properties is the exclusive marketing agent of the One Wolstenholme Square project in Malaysia. For more information, kindly call us at 03-2162 2260. 

MELBOURNE PROPERTY: CBD OR FRINGE

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    MELBOURNE PROPERTY: CBD VS FRINGE Among all the states in Australia, statistics show that Victoria will have the largest population in the future, driven by massive and rapid growth in Melbourne city (source: CBRE). The Australia Bureau of Statistics projects that Melbourne will overtake Sydney as Australia’s biggest city in 2053. It’s easy to understand why – spurred by a highly diversified economy and world-class education and tourism, Melbourne has been named Most Liveable City five times consecutively since 2011. Smart investors looking to net significant rental income from the growing population have been investing their money in various suburbs across this beautiful city. The key question is, where is the best place to invest in Melbourne?   MELBOURNE CBD: SMART INVESTORS STAY AWAY Melbourne CBD is an amazing place – organized, pretty, artistic and with amazing walkability scores – and we love it! From an investment point

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Australian Property: Doomsayer’s Obsession

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“…we can live without gold, we can even now live without oil, we can live without stocks and shares, we can live without just about everything now, but we can’t live without somewhere to live. There is this whole crowd of people who love to give the property market a hard time as if it is a bad boy for making people money.” IN 2010, Steve Keen undertook a 224-kilometre walk from Canberra’s Parliament House to the Snowy Mountains’ Mount Kosciuszko wearing a T-shirt with the words, “I was hopelessly wrong on house prices. Ask me how.” The walk was the result of a lost wager – the economist had made a bet with Macquarie Bank analyst Rory Robertson that home prices would fall 40% from peak to trough in a year. Contrary to Keen’s prediction, capital city house prices in Australia rose by 12.1%, hitting a new high, as demand

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