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Drax Hall sale nears completion
Sale of the 800-acre Drax Hall property in which Dyoll Group has a stake, has neared completion to a consortium of businesses with Californian and Jamaican interests. . . . (Full Story April 06, 2005)

Lee Chin buys Reggae Beach
Michael Lee Chin has acquired the 250-acre Reggae Beach near Prospect Plantation in Ocho Rios from real estate developer, Robert Cartade.
. . . (Full Story March 30, 2005)
Current market trends in the real estate industry
IN THE last quarter of 2004, demand for housing was strong and supply was scarce; thus we began to see a rise in housing prices across the board.
. . . (Full Story February 6, 2005)
REAL ESTATE as a means to wealth
When Investing in real estate, the right location is key.
The backbone of any economy is real estate. With an investment you have to look long-term and in the long run there is nothing to beat real estate . . . (Full Story January 23, 2005)
Jim Lakhwani buys coveted Ochi property
Prominent Ocho Rios businessman Jim Lakhwani will soon begin work on the half-acre property on the resort town's Main Street  . . . (Full Story September 22, 2004)
Scott buys Mountain Valley Hotel for townhouses
Developer Hugh Scott has acquired the Mountain Valley Hotel on Old Stony Hill Road in St Andrew, for an upper middle income townhouse development.
. . . (Full Story August 18, 2004)
Property market on fire
LAND VALUES in Jamaica, on average, have risen by over 20 per cent since 2003.
  The driving force of the price increases are increased demand, an improving economy and dissatisfaction with current money market interest rates. . . . (Full Story July 9, 2004)
Hendricksons in formal bid for Jamaica Grande
The Karl Hendrickson family will today formally submit a bid for Jamaica's largest hotel - the Jamaica Grande in Ocho Rios, meeting the deadline set by Finsac, which has the largest single block of shares in the company. 
. . . (Full Story June 30, 2004)
The race for Caymanas Park
Two consortiums - one led by Richard Azan and the other by Richard Lake, both well-known horse racing personalities - were the only bidders for Caymanas Park  . . . (Full Story June 20, 2004)
Demand for office space on the up
After the slump spawned by the collapse of financial companies in the latter half of the last decade, demand for office and other commercial space is recovering . . . (Full Story June 17, 2004)
Lee-Chin to buy Trident?
THERE IS renewed interest in Trident Hotel. The latest contender to show an interest in acquiring the upscale Portland hotel is chairman of NCB, Michael Lee-Chin.
. . . (Full Story June 16, 2004)
Jamaicans overseas interested in Harmony Cove, Greenfield projects
The two major development projects for Trelawny have been generating interest among overseas investors and Jamaican residents living abroad.. . . (Full Story June 9, 2004)
Investing in real estate - Assessing the pros and cons
If you are a returning resident, welcome home. Real estate seems to be emerging again as a serious investment.
. . . (Full Story May 30, 2004)
LOJ seeks Broilers former HQ
Life of Jamaica (LOJ) has neared an agreement to buy the land and buildings that once housed the Jamaica Broilers Group headquarters at 15 Hope Road (near Half-Way-Tree) in Kingston.. . . (Full Story April 20, 2004)
Hendricksons buy Island Life building
The Karl Hendrickson family has concluded negotiations for the acquisition of the Island Life Shopping Centre in New Kingston. . . (Full Story April 28, 2004)
Gordon Tewani buys Oxford Manor
Businessman Gordon Tewani is now finalising the acquisition of the Oxford Manor building at 16 Oxford Road in Kingston, from Finsac for a reported price of around $170 million.. . . (Full Story April 21, 2004)

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