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Proposals have been put to the Scottish Government to restrict short term lettings using websites such as Airbnb to just 90 days a year.


Airbnb, the accommodation and travel startup that is now valued at $31 billion, is today announcing an acquisition that points to how it wants to address the travel needs of more kinds of customers.


Vienna House is opening a new 164-room hotel in Warsaw’s Mokotów business district in the summer of 2018.


M&G Real Estate has acquired a prime office building located on the Rue Guimard in the Leopold district of Brussels for €41.5m, representing a net yield of 4.8 per cent.


Anbang Group has forged another deal with Blackstone, buying an Amsterdam hotel from the US private equity giant for €350 million ($391.6 million), Dutch real estate news site PropertyNL has reported.


J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. is buying an office tower in Dublin's docklands business quarter, giving the U.S. bank significant space to expand outside of London when Britain leaves the European Union.


HNA Group Co., the Chinese conglomerate that last month purchased a stake in Deutsche Bank AG, is in talks to acquire the Olympia exhibition center in west London from Capital & Counties Properties Plc, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.


In two weeks, more than 20,000 real-estate executives from around the world will converge on Cannes, France, for an annual commercial real-estate conference amid one of the most uncertain political climates Europe has faced in decades.


Warimpex Finanz- und Beteiligungs AG is selling parts of its hotel portfolios as well as its share in the hotel operator Vienna House to the Thai investor U City Public Company Limited


M&G Real Estate has been awarded a $500 million mandate to invest in UK real estate by a major European investor


Union Investment is expanding its portfolio in the Überseestadt district of Bremen.


Addington Capital, in partnership with the shopping centre owner EPISO, an opportunity fund advised by Tristan Capital Partners, has completed the total redevelopment of the former M&S unit at the front of its Harvey Shopping Centre in Harlow, Essex and announces a series of eight lettings in the new space.


Goodman Group strengthens its partnership with Amazon with the take­up of 137,000 sqm of space across two logistics properties in the Hauts­de­France region.


The tech giant will house its London campus in the legendary Art Deco landmark by 2021


S Immo posted the results for the first six months of the 2016 financial year, largely driven by revaluation gains on the German real estate market amounting to €106.9m. According to Ernst Vejdovszky, CEO of S Immo AG, „Berlin's residential property market has seen highly dynamic developments in recent months. We decided to realise a portion of the value increases achieved in our portfolio by selling around 20% of our space in Germany. This is in line with our cycle-oriented strategy and creates value for our investors.“


With developers eager for a slice of Phnom Penh pie, is the city’s growth spurt too quick?


AFI Properties, the parent company of AFI Europe, has published its H1 2016 financial reports, registering a NOI of €38 million in the first 6 months, similar to last year H1 results though including sales of several assets and increased NOI performance from new and existing projects. AFI Properties also registered a profit of €38 million representing an increase of 190% compared to H1 the profit in H1 of 2015.


ADO Properties S.A. has entered into agreements to purchase in total 1,905 units in Berlin of which 1,877 are residential units and 28 are commercial units.


Blackstone Real Estate Partners Europe IV and Blackstone Real Estate Partners VIII, through its entity Vega Holdco Sarl, have at 08.00 AM this morning entered into agreements with three of D. Carnegie & Co.’s largest shareholders Kvalitena AB, Svensk Bolig Holding AB, and Frasdale Int. BV to acquire part of or all of their shareholdings, subject to certain conditions, at a price of €10.57 (SEK 100) per share.


Aberdeen Asset Management Plc appointed broker Strutt & Parker LLP to sell a London office property that’s part of a U.K. real estate fund currently suspended from trading, according to three people familiar with the matter.