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Latest Brazil property news &  free guide

Latest Brazil property news & free guide

July 1, 2011 No Comments

While many countries in the world continue to make economic news headlines for negative reasons –Greece, Portugal and Ireland are among this year’s most notorious – Brazil doesn’t fail to project positivity and growth, making it the buzz word on every savvy investor’s lips. At the beginning of this year, the Brazilian Institute of Geography […]

Hong Kong Property Prices May Have Peaked

Hong Kong Property Prices May Have Peaked

June 23, 2011 No Comments

According to Walter Kwok, former chairman of a Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd, property prices in Hong Kong could fall by as much as 15% by the end of 2011. A parcel of land in the Peak district which was auctioned off on June 9 received a lukewarm response, which will affect the prices of […]

Is Belize Property Recovering?

June 23, 2011 No Comments

It looks as if the property in Belize is recovering after prices dropped in 2008, but as there is no official house price index in the country it’s difficult to ascertain exactly what’s happening. According to the 2009 Coldwell Banker House Price Comparison Index, the average price of the four-bedroom property in San Pedro, Ambergris […]

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Knight Frank Index Shows Faltering Global House Prices

Knight Frank Index Shows Faltering Global House Prices

June 23, 2011 No Comments

The Knight Frank index for Q1 2011 told us what anyone who reads the Global Property Guide index would have been expecting, that the global house price recovery continued to weaken. This is not a criticism it is just that neither of the indices use any of their own data, they simply collate data from […]

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Home from Home — Five Handy Tips for Buying a Property in Europe

British home owners have historically flocked to sunny Mediterranean countries for a sun-drenched patch to call their own. Even...