Australia Property Boosted by Rate Cut

The current interest rate cut in Australia will help to boost the home property market as more and more people head to the country for permanent residence. - December 10, 2008

Credit Crunch Could Boost German Property Market

According to a survey by travel portal 60 percent of Britons have no intention of cancelling their winter holiday plans because of the economic downturn. Meanwhile, Grahame McKenzie of tourism website Travel Mole, has predicted that the global downturn will cause Britons to holiday in... - December 08, 2008

Italy Property Stays in the News -- Good as Well

Last week a Telegraph survey found that Italy was the most popular tourism destination in Europe among its readership. - December 07, 2008

Albania Property to be Boosted by Multi-Million Euro Fund

A new property fund has announced it plans to spend 100 million Euros in Albania and other countries in the Balkans. - December 07, 2008

Montenegro Plans EU Accession Before 2009

Montenegro is to apply for full candidacy of the EU before the end of this year it has been announced. - December 07, 2008

European Property Boosted by Credit-Crunch?

Overseas property news is currently filled with Spain. One report released by the airline Monarch said that Cyprus, the Canary Islands and Malaga are currently their most popular destinations and that Spain is in fact more popular on the whole. - December 07, 2008

Cape Verde Property to Grow and Grow

Described as the "hidden Caribbean" recently by a Lonely Planet author, Cape Verde's recent emergence as a favourite for overseas property investment has been almost completely fuelled by a massive increase in visitor numbers to the region. Ron Hughes, proprietor of Cape Verde Travel,... - December 04, 2008

"Property Abroad Releases 2008 Advent Calendar"

Following on from last years successful advent calender, overseas property portal have injected a little humour in to the market and released this years popular calendar full of games, jokes and gift ideas past and present. - December 04, 2008

Italy Property Gains Popularity in "Noticeable Trend"

Italian properties have climbed two places to sixth most popular in property portal Property Abroads top ten in the past two weeks. Liam Bailey, chief market analyst for the upcoming portal gave his views on the reasons for Italy property's rising popularity: "The main reason for the rising... - December 03, 2008

French Property Market to Remain Stable

It has been revealed that the overseas property hotspots in Southern France are seeing demand from overseas property buyers continue to outstrip supply. - November 28, 2008

American Property Offering Fantastic Opportunities

Lawrence Yun, chief economist of the National Association of Realtors, told a press conference that the number of international buyers operating in the sector "may be doubling over the next ten years." - November 28, 2008

Turkey Tops Tourism Charts Boosting Turkey Property

Turkey is one of the best places in the world to invest in a property. Turkey is very close to hitting its tourism target of 25million visitors in this year, with the Antalya resort alone having some 8 million visitors so far this year; just above Istanbul which has received six million visitors. This means rental yields of no less than 10%, possibly as much as 12 or even 15%, are being received by owners of well placed Turkish property. - November 27, 2008

Emigrating Brits Great News for Australian Resale Market

New research by Alliance & Leicester International (ALI) has revealed that the main reason for people to emigrate from Britain is the weather, and that their top destination is Australia. This research compliments a survey carried out a few months ago, regarding a mass exodus of Britons this year, although that survey also mentioned Canada as a top destination, and was far more detailed regarding the reasons for their emigration. - November 27, 2008

New Flights to Boost Canary Island Property Markets

Budget airline Teleticket has announced its plan to run new flights to the Canary Islands; filling the gap left by the collapse of travel agent and airline company XL several months ago. The flights, which begin in 2009, will run from Bristol airport to Tenerife, Lanzarote and Las Palmas. - November 27, 2008

Canada One of Finest Property Investment Destinations

Since Canada was named as the host country for the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics there has been a massive upsurge of tourists going on ski vacations to Canada. One particularly popular destination is Quebec, with many various fantastic slopes to choose from. Liam Bailey; chief market analyst for overseas property portal Property Abroad gave his comments on “one of his favourite” investment markets in the world. - November 22, 2008

Property Abroad Reveals Top-Ten Locations

Up and coming overseas property portal has revealed that America has become the second most popular both in terms of properties being viewed and properties being enquired about. Another surprise in figures released by Property Abroad is that Spain remains the most popular country in the world with... - November 16, 2008

Brazil Property Ideal for Investment

Impartial overseas property organisation BuyAssociation, has stated that Brazil's property market is "ideal for investment". A BuyAssociation spokesperson added that the country is more likely to survive the current financial uncertainty [than most] because of the "healthy cash reserves" held by banks and the low rate of borrowing within the country. - November 16, 2008

New Flights to Boost Faro Property Market

Now may be the time to add the Algarve to the list of destinations worthy of consideration for property investment, as it has been revealed that Faro airport in the Algarve region of Portugal is set to receive flights from three more British airports. Low-cost airline Easyjet will run flights from Glasgow, Liverpool and the East Midlands airports, alongside the existing flights from Dublin, Stansted and Shannon. - November 13, 2008

Greece Tipped to Slide Through Credit Crunch

According to several recent reports by reputed industry sources Greece's economy and property market are geared up to survive the global downturn better than most in Europe, with The Telegraph putting Greece at the heart of a "new financial Europe." - November 12, 2008

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