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Greenpeace Lose Fight to Demolish ‘Hotel Illegal’ Algarrobo

A legal judgement has been made to allow completion of a half-constructed hotel in Carboneras, Almeria, after over a decade of controversy.

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A Bright Outlook for Bulgarian Property

Sample Image Bulgaria’s property market is officially recovering from the ravages of recession, after recording house price growth over the last three months.. Full Story >>

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Property Investor Sentiment Returns to Greece

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Finnair Announces Direct Flights to Malta

Sample Image New year-round flights from Helsinki to Malta are expected to be operating within months, bringing a huge boost to the tiny island’s property market.. Full Story >>

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London Most Exclusive and Expensive Property in Europe

Sample Image According to a report published recently by property agents Engel & Völkers, the most expensive residential addresses in Europe are currently found in..... Full Story >>

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Demand for Rental Properties Outstrips Supply

Sample Image Rental agents in Finland's capital city region are reporting a critical shortage of homes with a queue of almost 40,000 prospective tenants being put ..... Full Story >>

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Investor Sentiment Improves as Portugal’s Clean Exit From Euro Zone Bailout Seems Likely

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Brits Top Buyers of French Property

Sample Image A survey undertaken by French bank BNP Paribas shows that Britons bought more second homes in France during 2013 than any other nationality. The numbe..... Full Story >>

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Upbeat Forecasts for Turkish Property

Sample Image The Turkish economy is steaming ahead towards recovery, with a drastically improved outlook for its property markets, after a year of robust expansion..... Full Story >>

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Scottish Housing Market Booming Ahead of Independence Vote

Sample Image With the independence vote in Scotland next month, there has been speculation about the potential negative impact on the property markets for some tim..... Full Story >>

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Cypriot Developers Call for Changes to Taxation on Properties

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US Real Estate – A Cash Buyer’s Market

Sample Image In February 2014, 35% of all offers on property were in cash which is up 30% on the same time last year according to US property experts RealtyTrac. E..... Full Story >>

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Ireland's Housing Shortage Most Severe in Dublin

Sample Image 90,000 new homes are required over the next seven years according to a new study of the housing market in Ireland, with 86% located within the Dublin ..... Full Story >>

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French Buyers Swamp Spain in Property Bargain Hunt

Sample Image French investors are flocking to Spain in search of a bargain holiday home in light of the weakened state of France’s property market, and the severe ..... Full Story >>

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The Balearics: One of the Most Desirable Property Hotspots

Sample Image The Balearic Islands have enjoyed soaring property prices for more than a year, with Mallorca and Ibiza particularly catching the eye of super-rich in..... Full Story >>

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Beautiful Belize - The Jewel of Central America

Sample Image With one foot planted in tropical rainforests and the other dipped in the Caribbean Sea, Belize combines the best of both worlds and yet, remains a ve..... Full Story >>

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Fractional Ownership News

Fractional ownership: The next big thing in Italy?

Sample Image Fractional ownership could well be the next big thing among people with their sights set on Italian property. The Global Property Guide reported that ..... Full Story >>

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