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Overseas property laws in 2013

Overseas property laws in 2013

May 14, 2013 No Comments

It looks like investment in overseas property markets will continue to be cautious in 2013, as UK investors continue to grapple with the ongoing uncertainty in the Eurozone. Financial analysts believe that overseas property law changes are having an effect on demand for property in traditional strongholds like France and Spain – but don’t let […]

Investors Buying Property Abroad as Prices Fall

Investors Buying Property Abroad as Prices Fall

July 31, 2012 No Comments

According to latest reports, European countries where real estate risk can be easily managed, have become hot destinations for property investments. At a DTZ webinar held recently, DTZ’s Associate Director of forecasting Matthew Hall said that while it is true that there is a lot of volatility in the real estate markets in many countries, […]

Buy Center Parcs in France

Buy Center Parcs in France

July 4, 2011 No Comments

An opportunity to invest in the success of Center Parcs. • 100% finance available (subject to status) • 25 year fixed rate mortgage • leasehold for life Be one of the first to own one of these properties and register your interest with us on the contact details below before it’s too late. A fantastic […]

Leaseback Property in Brittany from €131000 with Guaranteed Returns

Leaseback Property in Brittany from €131000 with Guaranteed Returns

June 24, 2011 No Comments

Just 10 minutes from La Baule, Pornichet has a unique and winsome atmosphere in South Brittany. The new build two-bedroom houses in the Domaine du bois de la Grée offer comfortable and spacious areas featuring a patio, fully-fitted kitchen and large picture windows. The development will also feature a swimming pool and outdoor car-park.Just 10 […]

French Government Drops Second Home Tax

French Government Drops Second Home Tax

June 23, 2011 No Comments

The French government has dropped plans to impose a new tax on second home owners, even though they were approved by parliament just over a week ago.  The new law would have hit non-resident French homeowners choosing not to let out their properties on a regular basis, and would have brought in an estimated €176 […]

Spanish Property Sales Jump by 8.8%

Spain’s National Statistics Institute has released data showing that residential property sales surged 8.8% year-on-year in June of 2014....