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Spain Plans To Offer Residency Papers With Every Home Over 160k!
19 November 2012

A new plan was disclosed today by the Spanish Trade Ministry Secretary, Jaime Garcia-Legaz. Aimed at helping the stagnated property market, the plan is to offer permanent Residency to foreigners who buy a house or apartment valued over 160,000 euros ($200,000). The plan is expected to be approved in the coming weeks, and would be primarily aimed at enticing Chinese and Russian buyers. It was not immediately clear if the residency would only refer to Spain, and not the European Union. Spain has more than 700,000 unsold houses following the downfall of its real estate market in 2008 and demand from the recession-hit domestic market is s...

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Croatia Is Emerging As A Good Residential Property Investment Option.
06 June 2012

Croatia is a beautiful country in Central Europe with a coastline on the Adriatic Sea. The capital, Zagreb, is a cosmopolitan, modern city with a lively, chic café culture. Croatia is still in the process of shaping its new identity as a peaceful new country, born out of the end of the troubles of the 1990s. However, the process is slow, due to regional divisions. The country has over a thousand islands, 66 of them are said to be inhabited. Add to that the differing attitudes and dialec...

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Bermuda House Sales Stagnate As Prices Fall, But Help May Be On The Horizon
22 February 2012

Property prices in Bermuda dropped dramatically in 2011,with many properties on the Island now taking as long as a year or longer to sell. Condos in the under $32,400 ARV (Annual Rental Value) were the hardest to sell, with double digit drops in both price and volume sold in 2011, however, the luxury home market saw increases in the number of sales and average price. That said, the under $153,000 ARV housing market suffered significantly in the economic downturn, representing less than half o...

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Invest $500,000 in US Real Estate and Get a US Visa
03 November 2011

The influence of foreign investors and their potential to help the housing market hasn't been lost on legislators, it is reported that Senators are introducing a bill that would grant visas to any non-U.S. citizen who spends at least $500,000 on residential real estate in the United States, which they believe will help fuel demand. "A new provision to an immigration bill already being considered by the U.S. Senate was proposed last week by Senators, Chuck Schumer of New York, and Mike ...

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Mexico - A Giant In The Making - Holprop.com News
22 July 2011

Mexico has been the home to as much history on a large scale as any country on the earth. Home to the great civilizations of the Mayans, Olmecs, Toltecs and the Aztecs before the country was conquered by the Spanish of the new world between 1519-1521. Spain brought Mexico under the wing of her Empire for 300 years, until the Mexicans (A mixture of indigenous people and Spanish settlers revolted and won their independence in 1821. Today Mexico (or correctly named The United Mexican States) is a ...

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Australia - A Country That Has It All
30 June 2011

Australia is without doubt one of the most sought after tickets for those looking to relocate and improve their quality of life. A large country with a land mass of 7,617,930 square kilometers, makes it the Earth’s sixth largest country and as such (with just over 20 million inhabitants) has one of the lowest population densities in the world, with only 2 people per square kilometer. This fact, coupled with the knowledge that Australia has perhaps more natural wonders within its borders than any...

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South Africa - The Jewel of Africa - Holprop.com News
16 June 2011

No other country has been more central to the changing tides of modern history than South Africa since apartheid ended back in the early 90s. It now feels incredible that such a thing existed not so long ago, although it is true to say that it has not just been plain sailing since the formation of South Africa's new republic, it is also fair to say that the country has shown a maturity and willingness to move forward, that has surpassed expectation. Much praise for this must of course go to Nels...

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Turkey - An Up And Coming Jewel In The Crown Of Europe
07 April 2011

Turkey has been the home of some of the world’s greatest marker points of history and as a result, the remnants of its ancient empires can be found throughout the country. From Alexander the Great, Achilles and the Trojans, to the great Ottoman Empire, Turkey is a country whose roots can be traced back to the dawn of civilization. Like its rich history, Turkey’s terrain is also vast and varied. With stunning landscapes Turkey sits on the Anatolian peninsula, bordered by sea on thre...

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Croatian Property Prices Likely to Fall Further in the Near Term - HolProp.com
02 March 2011

Croatia sits pretty on the Adriatic, its landscape an eclectic blend of dense forests, vineyards, olive groves, a long coastline and numerous small islands. Stunning natural beauty, quiet coastal towns, an interesting mix of contemporary facades and medieval edifices and a more natural lifestyle all combine to give Croatia a distinctive allure. Parts of the country still exude a pristine charm, unspoiled as they are by the excesses of tourism and commerce. Having put the Balkan conflic...

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Maltese Property Prices Expected to Increase Moderately in 2011 - holprop.com
23 February 2011

Strategically located in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta basks in the sun for most of the year. Blessed with long, dry summers and short, mild winters, this tiny island roughly 60 miles south of Sicily is a year round destination for people from Europe and elsewhere. Besides great weather, Malta has history – in variety and abundance, romance, a whiff of the orient, beautiful old houses of golden limestone, warm and welcoming people who speak English, safety as well as good standards...

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Outlook for Spanish Real Estate Still Bleak - holprop.com
09 February 2011

A sunny lifestyle, spectacular views of the Mediterranean and the hills, warm, friendly people and a vibrant social scene have made Spain one of the most popular destinations for international tourists, retirees as well as younger permanent residents. With an increasing influx of foreigners seeking sun, fun and warmth, the demand for homes accelerated and a slew of budget townhouses and apartments came up on the Costa Blanca, Costa de Almería and Costa del Sol. For the wealthy there are places s...

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Bargains to be Found as Bulgarian Property Prices Fall
13 January 2011

A part of the EU since 2007, Bulgaria balances old and new in an environment where ornate medieval churches, beautiful mosques and villages that have changed little over the centuries co-exist with the contemporary infrastructure of its cities and impressive sea and mountain resorts. From the snowy peaks of the Balkans and popular hiking trails to the inviting white sands on the Black Sea coast, this small country has a lot to offer. Health conscious and ecologically aware visitors are drawn to ...

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Property Prices in Cyprus Set to Fall Further
06 January 2011

This sunny island in the east Mediterranean, which enjoys great weather round the year, has long been popular with tourists and long-term foreign residents. Long, warm summers, short, balmy winters, clean beaches, charming villages, friendly, welcoming people, diverse historical and cultural associations, ancient archaeological ruins and a blend of Middle Eastern and Western European influence all combine to give Cyprus a very special appeal. While some of the resort towns offer a glitzy night l...

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Portuguese Real Estate Market Looks Subdued in the Near Term
16 December 2010

Picture the Algarve with its sun soaked Mediterranean coast, warm, dry climate for most of the year, beaches after beaches of white, powdery sand, mountains and orange groves and it’s easy to understand why Portugal continues to attract tourists in droves. Other popular tourist destinations are parts of the northern coast including Oporto and coastal Estoril, south of Lisbon. Great weather and natural splendour have also made Portugal a long-time favourite with second home buyers. Encouraging...

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Turkish Real Estate Market Poised for Growth
08 December 2010

Long summers, stunning, sun-drenched beaches on the Aegean-Mediterranean coast, championship golf courses and Istanbul’s medieval grandeur and contemporary gloss make Turkey a great holiday destination. Additionally, the relatively low cost of living, stable economy and improving infrastructure have begun to attract not only retirees from Britain and other countries but also those looking to relocate. Encouraged by the combination of tourist appeal, economic stability and growth, more and more i...

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