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Old 17-01-2011, 02:08 PM
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Default Latest Property Development Trends For 2011

As a nation, we are becoming more budget conscious, with the credit crunch biting hard over the past couple of years. We still have to eat and live somewhere, and although property development is not as flamboyant and spectacular as it was in the past, with houses that often exceeded 350 square metres, people are realizing that less has become the new more. Consumerism, on the whole, is something of the past, with homes being a lot more modest in 2011.

With all this in mind, what kind of development trends can we expect for 2011?
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Old 19-05-2011, 05:17 AM
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Default Re: Latest Property Development Trends For 2011

Hello Friends.........

The style, in 2011, has become fresher and a lot simpler, with health, nature and practicality being this year's trend.

The property trend in 2011 will be more eco friendly.Clean, uncomplicated lines are where styles are taking us, with natural finishes being on top of the list
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Old 25-05-2011, 04:47 PM
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Smart Home Technology seems to be one of the big up and coming things. There's a firm called "Your Smart Home" that seems to be doing a fair bit with property investors at the minute.

I guess the solutions provide more functionality to properties whilst at the same time adding to the luxury and increasing the green rating, so it's something that's bound to be a goer!
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