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How To Sell Your Overseas Property Tips

  If you have an overseas property for sale, then the tips given here will be useful to you. Whether this is the time to sell your overseas property depends largely on the conditions in the country in which it is located and your own financial necessities. Let’s look at how you can sell your overseas property for the best possible price under the current circumstances.   #1. Many of us...

Andorra Property Market for 2022

If you have a luxury apartment in Andorra for sale, you will know that Andorra is a tiny country where the property market is not as liquid as, say, Spain or Portugal. However, there are a plenty of opportunities to be had for those with properties in Andorra, as interest in the country is slowly picking up from rich overseas investors from China, Russia, Ukraine and the Middle East.   But what...

UK Investors Are Buying Overseas Property Again

  If you’re looking to sell overseas property fast, then there has never been a more fortuitous time to do so, especially with the British Pound rising and with UK buyers buying overseas property again. The British have always been the biggest buyers of overseas property. However, for quite a few years, following the Great Recession of 2008, the number of Britons buying property abroad had...

Americans Are Investing In Overseas Property in Europe

Do you want to sell your overseas property fast? One thing you could do is to target American buyers, who are fast emerging as big players in the overseas property market.   Americans were always big buyers of properties abroad. But with so much to look forward to in the United States itself, there wasn’t so much of a motivation to look for holiday homes overseas. Now, though, because of the...

A Guide To Investing in Poland

Did you know which the fastest growing economy in Europe is? Is it Germany? Spain? The UK, maybe? No, Poland is the fastest growing economy in Europe and has been so for a long time. In fact the GDP growth rate in Poland never fell below 2.5% even during the 2008 economic recession that hit most countries in Europe.   What does this mean for you if you are looking to sell your property in Poland...

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