In Taipei, the demand for housing has led to an increasing number of make shift extensions on top of existing apartment blocks.
However, many of these don't have planning permission.
Following a series of deadly fires, the government is cracking down.
The average price of new homes in China's 70 major cities fell 0.4% in January from the month before, marking the ninth consecutive decline.
Government data showed that prices in the cities of Beijing and Shanghai also fell more last month than they did in December on an annual basis.
China's once red-hot real estate market has been facing headwinds from a slowing economy and oversupply issues.
The number of homes repossessed by lenders last year fell to their lowest level since 2006.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) says repossessions fell by 26% to just 21,000, with mortgage arrears also falling to an eight-year low.
The improvement was attributed to the rising levels of employment and continuing low interest rates.
A military coup in Thailand in May and the imposition of martial law, which continues, slowed property sales, but they have rebounded since the beginning of this year, according to Richard Lusted, the chief executive of the Phuket-based brokerage Siam Real Estate, which has this listing.
The price index for single-family detached homes in Thailand has grown every year since 2008 by 1 percent to 5.4 percent, according to housing data from the Bank of Thailand. The price indexes for condominiums, townhouses and land have grown even more quickly over that period, frequently in the range of 5 percent to 12 percent a year.
Interest in small- and medium-scale solar is growing, both for farmer-owned sites and lease projects.
With the recent focus on getting some of the much larger (5MW-plus) projects up and running before a change in the way these are supported takes effect, developers have often overlooked opportunities for 1-2MW sites, says Giles Hanglin, director at Savills Energy .
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