iProperty Group Ltd, (ASX:IPP), the owner of Asia’s No. 1 network of property portal sites and related real estate services, recently released its 4C statement demonstrating the strong organic growth of the business in the second quarter as well as first half of 2014.
Cash receipts for the second quarter were A$6.0 million resulting in a net operating cash inflow of A$0.2m. Cash receipts for the first half of 2014 were A$11.3m, up 26% on the same period last year.Continue Reading → Share
Singapore, 5 June, 2014 – The iProperty International Property and Investment EXPO returns on 21st and 22nd June at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. The 8th instalment of iProperty’s flagship event brings a wide range of the latest projects for buyers looking for investment opportunities internationally. Visitors can also look forward to talks and workshops, including a number of topics on investing in Malaysia property, as well as a workshop by renowned Feng Shui expert Sharon Q.
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Consumers seek investment, private condominiums and overseas properties
Singapore, 30 April 2014 – The iProperty Asia Property Market Sentiment Report H1 2014 (APMSR), Asia’s largest consumer sentiment survey, reveals Singaporeans’ broad support for cooling measures and expectations of falling prices, while expressing unshaken confidence in property as an investment, both nationally and internationally. It also suggests growing pent-up demand, with private condominiums top of the purchase wish list.
iProperty.com Singapore General Manager, Mr. Sean Tan stated “The cooling measures have begun to ...Continue Reading → Share
iProperty Group Ltd (ASX: IPP), the owner of Asia’s No. 1 network of property portal sites under the iProperty brand (www.iproperty.com), today released its 4C statement demonstrating the continued growth of the business in the first quarter of 2014.
Cash receipts (collections) for the period were AU$5.3 million, an improvement of 23% on the corresponding period in 2013. Operating cash payments increased only 2% from the previous corresponding period to AU$5.6m. Overall this resulted in a net operating cash outflow ...Continue Reading → Share