Suzanne Watkinson

Suzanne is a regular contributor to Macau Closer for the Home Affairs section and she also writes an opinion piece, In Residence. She and her team are specialists in Macau real estate, handling the leasing, purchase, sales, renovation and on-going management of residential and commercial properties for local and overseas investors.
 
Suzanne是《澳門特寫》「家居」及「評論」專欄的固定撰稿人。她和她的團隊多年來專注於澳門物業市場,為海內外投資者提供本地住宅及商業物業的租賃、購買、銷售、翻新及持續物業管理等各項服務。
 
Suzanne Watkinson - Managing Director of Ambiente Properties Ltd. 奧比安物業公司總經理 
 
  
In April 2018, Dr. Wilfred Wong, President and Executive Director of Macau casino operator Sands China Ltd. addressed a full house of British Business Association of Macao members and their guests at a business luncheon.

Imagine there was no Macau Tower, no Grand Lisboa, no Bank of China, AIA or FIT buildings, no Wynn Macau, Starworld, One Central or Cultural Centre, no Cotai, One Oasis, no airport. And only one bridge. It really was a different world not so long ago.  

“2018 will be a year of stability for Macau’s property market“.
I’ve recently experienced both sad news and a patch of really bad luck.  I’ll spare readers the gory details, but it’s got me thinking – is it true what they say that trouble, or bad luck, comes in threes?  
 
Now that the excesses of the Christmas season are almost behind us, as tradition dictates most of us start planning the New Year’s resolutions we’re going to make.  
 

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