• Real Estate

    OBG’s real estate market analysis includes detailed information about supply and demand in the residential, commercial and retail segments. We cover major development projects by local and international investors and examine changes in the regulatory framework and bank lending practices.
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Myanmar’s residential property sector has thwarted concerns over slowed sales and investment last year, yet recovery has taken time to gain traction.

 

From 2010 to 2015 the construction sector regularly accounted for around 5% of Trinidad and Tobago’s GDP, fluctuating from 5.4% in 2010 to 4.7% in 2012. In the Ministry of Finance’s “Review of the Economy 2015” the sector was forecast to have a strong 2015, growing 3.4% and accounting for 5.3% of GDP. In the fourth quarter of 2015 the sector...

 

Much of the April 2016 mid-year budget review by Trinidad and Tobago’s finance minister, Colm Imbert, focused on the importance of austerity and fiscal prudence, but one project was of particular investment potential.

 

The Trinidad and Tobago real estate market’s fortunes have long been tied to those of the oil sector. Between 1991 and 2006 house prices more than quadrupled as the country’s hydrocarbons and petrochemicals industries grew strongly. This stoked a construction boom that led to the rapid development of grade-A office and residential properties....

Chapter | Real Estate & Construction from The Report: Trinidad & Tobago 2016

The Trinidad and Tobago real estate market’s fortunes have long been tied to those of the oil sector. Between 1991 and 2006 house prices more than quadrupled as the country’s hydrocarbons and petrochemicals industries grew strongly. This stoked a construction boom that led to the rapid development of grade-A office and residential properties. Following the 2008 financial crisis, prices dropped...

Although low oil and gas prices in 2015 had a negative economic effect on the Trinidad and Tobago, the current government is pursuing a series of reforms aimed at both strengthening the important energy sector and diversifying the wider economy.