Monthly Archives: May 2019

Disclosure of Beneficial Ownership of Real Estate in Ontario and British Columbia – Real Estate

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. In recent years, the governments of Ontario and British Columbia have created rules relating to the disclosure of beneficial ownership of real estate. The Ontario government’s stated goal is to better understand the …

Read More »

Owners’ Confusion Takes Hillside Church | News | San Luis Obispo

[ad_1] As the 5Cities Homeless Coalition (5CHC) attempts to finalize the purchase of Hillside Church in Grover Beach to develop a homeless service center, a church ownership dispute erupts, potentially threatening the sale. On May 6, William John Fleming, an opponent of the sale who claims to be the president …

Read More »

UK retail woes wipe £ 1.4bn from British Land property portfolio

[ad_1] Britain’s retail woes set real estate giant British Land back as it saw £ 1.4bn wipe out the value of its property portfolio. The FTSE 100 company recorded a loss of £ 319million for the year through March 2019, compared to a profit of £ 501million last year as …

Read More »

Effort to modernize property tax systems to create 40 jobs in the Bahamas – Eye Witness News

Project targeted to generate additional revenue estimated at $21 million NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Department of Inland Revenue (DIR) is continuing its massive property tax modernization project that will immediately update the real estate registry and eventually upgrade the entire valuation process and the terribly outdated land registry. In June, …

Read More »

Waite Park property market plans redevelopment

WAITE PARK – Waite Park Market, a commercial property with restaurants, retail and offices, is under new ownership and plans are underway to redevelop and modernize the property. Kevin Brink, owner of Trivista Brink Commercial Real Estate, oversees the management and leasing of the property. He is also part of …

Read More »

Clamp on real estate ownership of expatriates in Bahrain supported

[ad_1] However, in 2003, the government imposed restrictions that limit this right to certain places – such as Hoora, Abu Ghazal in Manama, Al Fateh district in Juffair, the diplomatic area, Reef Island and Seef. Expats can also buy properties in designated investment projects such as the Amwaj Islands. The …

Read More »