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Good climate 'attracts investors to Brazil

Brazil's all-year-round tropical climate is attractive to tourists and investors alike, a property investment adviser has said. Property in the country has experienced a 20 per cent rise in some areas,....

Brazil FlagBrazil (28 September 2007) Full Story >>

 

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Investors 'can still get bargains in Cyprus'

Sample Image Increasing numbers of investors are seeking to cash-in on cheap property in Cyprus, it is claimed. Rising prices on the market are attracting many h..... Full Story >>

Cyprus FlagCyprus  (28 September 2007). 

 
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Investors look for "new targets"

Sample Image Following the problems faced by the property market in the US, many investors are looking to the commercial real estate market, according to one exper..... Full Story >>

Turkey FlagTurkey  (10 September 2007). 

   
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Expats 'shipping precious items abroad'

Sample Image Many Britons who are relocating abroad are having large and valuable possessions shipped overseas to help them cope, according to a removal firm. Cot..... Full Story >>

Spain FlagSpain  (24 September 2007). 

 
Rental & Lettings News

Cape Verde 'offers massive rental returns'

Sample Image Overseas property owners in Cape Verde could get "massive" rental returns on their investment, according to experts. GEM Estates said that ..... Full Story >>

Cape Verde FlagCape Verde  (26 September 2007). 

   
   
   
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Bulgarian economy boosted by service sector

Sample Image Bulgaria's popularity as a holiday destination has become a key driver of economic growth in the country, new figures have shown. According to the co..... Full Story >>

Bulgaria FlagBulgaria  (24 September 2007). 

 
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France 'offers tax benefits to expats'

Sample Image People who want to move abroad to enjoy a lower tax liability have been advised to consider entering the French market. Earlier this year, incoming p..... Full Story >>

France FlagFrance  (26 September 2007). 

   
Currency Exchange News

Accessibility 'affects success of foreign investment'

Sample Image The ease of access to a property could have an impact on its success as a holiday home, an expert has suggested. Mark Bodega, director at currency sp..... Full Story >>

France FlagFrance  (27 September 2007). 

 
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Cape Verde property owners 'to benefit from investment'

Sample Image Major investment by foreign consortiums on the Cape Verde islands is likely to directly benefit overseas property owners. Although some of the money ..... Full Story >>

Cape Verde FlagCape Verde  (20 September 2007). 

   
Travel News

Egypt recommended to winter sunseekers

Sample Image Aspiring property investors have been advised to enter the Egyptian market in order to enjoy sunny weather over winter. UK newspaper the Telegraph sa..... Full Story >>

Egypt FlagEgypt  (27 September 2007). 

 
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