Overseas Property

Canadian Real Estate Simplified: MLS Listings

 

Buying or selling property in today’s hot Canadian market can be challenging even for the most seasoned professional. Luckily, MLS Listings greatly simplify the process. Although costs vary in Canadian cities, the average cost of owning a home is approximately $400,000 CAD. Although sales are down in certain cities, others, such as Ottawa and Montreal…

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Smart ways to sell your house fast before relocating to a foreign country

 

You’re faced with the unexpected. You have to move abroad, and you don’t know where to start the whole relocation process. Well, as complicated the process might be, there are some smart solutions to overcome one of your biggest concern: selling your UK property fast, easy, at a good value. Sounds scary? Fear not! We…

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4 key questions to help you get more bookings for your holiday rental

 

Holiday lettings are a popular business opportunity and your property is the key asset that can make you money. But how can you attract more visitors to your country cottage or city pad so that you get maximum returns on your investment?   First of all, the income you get from letting out the property…

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Weak French property market to see ‘pricing website’

 

For a few years now the french property market has been in decline and property values have plummeted with property remaining months if not years on the market without interest. Many rural regions have been most effected and the added concerns over Brexit has seen many of the expat French property owners concerned about their…

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Christopher Walkey

Tasmania property peaking

 

Dips in property prices can occur across the globe and recent news from over at Australia show that Hobart’s long running property boom is suddenly seeing the foundations shaking under the weight with house sales having fallen 16% in the past year. The little island just off the south coast of Australia and viewed from…

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Negative Equity fears for Australian households

 

That dreaded phrase, negative equity, which has been clear of the headlines for many years here in the UK, but halfway across the globe it is a rumour that has a growing trend and likelihood of rearing its ugly head. “Risks to the household sector have increased over the past six months given weak housing…

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Fears of a 16% drop in property prices for Melbourne

 

Negative news for property prices in Melbourne with an outlook of a sharp drop in prices for 2017 with a figure of up to 17% being estimated. An average of 7.7% drop is expected in major cities with Melbourne set to suffer the sharpest drop. The figures by Moody’s Analytics also say that Melbourne’s inner…

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Estate Agents – How to Add a Blue Sky in Photoshop

 

Tom form Photo Doctor dropped by the studios to teach us this invaluable tip.  

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CoreLogic warns that Perth is heading for 5 year price plunge

 

The recent trend in property prices for Perth has seen declines and much negative press starting from approximately back in June 2014 when prices were at their peak. Since that time there has been a fall of 17.8% with some predicting that the market is bottoming out, though many others feel that prices may have…

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Three Little Discussed Details a Spanish Property Buyer Needs to Consider

 

Brexit does not seem to have derailed British citizens form buying in Spain; far from it, many have bought forward plans to eventually purchase a Spanish property forward, as they still have EU rights while the UK remains a member state. As an agency with many years’ experience selling to British, French, and German clients…

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Buying Property in Malta – An Expats Guide for Brits

 

Malta is an ideal holiday destination among the Brits and for good reason. Ties between the two countries go way back to the beginning of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign when she and Prince Phillip resided in this Mediterranean paradise. But, a lot has changed since then and Malta has established itself as a center for…

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Property in Spain’s coastal regions continue to be a major draw for international buyers

 

Spain’s coastal destinations are attracting increasing numbers of mid to high-end foreign buyers as the second home market goes from strength to strength. Figures from Lucas Fox’s latest Market Reports show that the number of buyers in the most sought-after coastal regions – the Costa Brava, Costa del Sol, Sitges and Ibiza – increased by…

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Trends in the Australian Property Market to Look Out For in 2019

 

The years between 2012 and 2017 were some of the most significant growth years in the Australian property market. However, over the past year, the median property price across state capitals has dropped by as much as 5 per cent. That period of growth had rendered properties unaffordable especially in Sydney and Melbourne. The dip,…

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Europe’s erratic ‘property prices’ movement

 

As UK Property Prices seem to be taking a hit due to uncertainties of Brexit, Europe seems to also be playing a somewhat unpredictable game in real estate. As headlines such a Luton house prices down by 1.4% in November do the rounds in the UK, we have Czech property prices grew 8.7% year-on-year in the…

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Christopher Walkey

Is now the right time to invest in Dubai property?

 

When it comes to investing in property, it does not take an expert to understand that the best time to purchase is when the prices are low, rental returns are high and there is a potential for solid capital growth. The property market in Dubai is now at this point and so, experts are claiming…

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Mark Burns