Hartlepool, United Kingdom, June 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- That is not to say Egypt has not been affected by the international downturn. The poverty rate has grown from 15.5% to 18.8% with the industries providing income for many thousands of the poorest families, like tourism, bearing the brunt of the crunch.
Tourism from Britain to Egypt is expected to grow massively this year, because the Euro's strength against the Pound makes holidays outside the Eurozone a cheaper option, especially in places with extremely low living costs like Egypt.
Some believe the property market will also see some growth later this year.
"There is pent up demand for overseas property," says Les Calvert, director of overseas property portal Property Abroad.
"And not just because we say so, several recent surveys have found that many people plan to get into or back into overseas property investment later this year, including one by Jet-to-Let and one by Write About Property," he added.
Property Abroad.com advertises Egypt property for sale priced from around £20,000.
About Property Abroad
Property Abroad is rapidly growing into one of the best known, trusted and most successful overseas property portals in the U.K. With a slick dynamic site and very reasonable rates Property Abroad currently has among the most extensive worldwide property listings on the net.
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