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  1. Property, Money and Insurance News

    A Spanish property, ideal for short lets

    Bank of England Money and Credit statistics from e.surv Richard Sexton, director of e.surv chartered surveyors, who commented: “A sense of calm is beginning to pervade the market, as the zest in the mortgage market begins to cool down. The Mortgage Market Review [read more]

    June 30, 2014

    Posted in News.

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  2. The property in-crowd

    Crowdfunding allows investors to really diversify their interests in real estate

    Ever since the appearance of the electronic era and the Internet, new words have arrived with increasing frequency. In the last couple of years, one that has entered the vocabulary is ‘crowdfunding’. According to Wikipedia: “Crowdfunding is the collection of finance to sustain [read more]

    June 3, 2014

    Posted in Finance, News, UK.

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  3. Barcelona Property Market Is Heating Up

    A refurbished loft space in El Born, one of Barcelona’s trendiest tourist spots chock-full of historic buildings hosting funky eateries, cosmopolitan bars and clubs, and independent boutiques.

    According to the latest figures available from Spain’s National Institute of Statistics (INE), house sales in Catalonia were up 43.4% in March over the same month in 2013. Barcelona accounted for 65.7% of those sales. Samantha Gore, Sales Director for Sitges-based estate agent [read more]

    May 29, 2014

    Posted in News, Spain.

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  4. Escape to New Zealand – top tips for moving to the Rugby nation

    Choosing the area that suits your lifestyle needs is paramount to utilising what the country has to offer

    As well as boasting one of the world’s most dynamic landscapes, New Zealand’s urban life is bubbling with culture, industrial innovation and business opportunity, making it an ideal setting to relocate for families, couples, or the twenty-first century entrepreneur. David Hollins at Crown [read more]

    May 23, 2014

    Posted in New Zealand, News, Sports.

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  5. Gibraltar’s ‘New Aloes’ Creates a Large Space on a Small Rock

    New Aloes is an open-plan five-storey, seven-bedroom 21st century home with fabulous views

    With an area of 2.6 square miles, Gibraltar ranks fifth in the world for population density, just behind Hong Kong. Space is in short supply. But the creators of New Aloes have managed to squeeze 9,526ft² of house, 4,402ft² of terraces and 6,243ft² [read more]

    June 11, 2014

    Posted in News.

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  6. Will the Ukraine crisis affect Prime London property?

    Naomi Heaton, CEO of London Central Portfolio

    As Russia feels the impact of further economic sanctions, London’s army of estate agents cannot seem to agree on the knock-on effect for Prime London residential. One camp can barely hold their caviar trays steady, dreading an asset freeze that will see the [read more]

    April 28, 2014

    Posted in London, Property & Real Estate, UK.

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  7. Residential retreat properties come to the fore


    While cities may have been the growth story for the last five years, it is likely to be the city getaway locations that show the best growth in the next five, says international real estate advisor Savills in Spotlight on Prime Residential Retreats. [read more]

    April 27, 2014

    Posted in News, Property & Real Estate, Worldwide.

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  8. French Leaseback: SIPP Property Purchase Made Easier


    Many of us are still trying to work out how the new budget for 2014 unveiled by the Chancellor, George Osborne will benefit us in the years to come. Sextant French Properties have made it easy with a series of guides explaining how [read more]

    April 10, 2014

    Posted in France, Investment, News, Snow.

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  9. Caribbean property investment opens up as EU Parliament votes for visa-free travel


    The EU Parliament has voted visa-free travel for the nationals of 19 third world countries one step closer. In a press release issued on 27th February 2014, Commissioner for Home Affairs, Cecilia Malmström, revealed approval for 16 African, Caribbean and Pacific countries, as [read more]

    April 1, 2014

    Posted in Caribbean, News, Property & Real Estate.

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  10. Peter de Savary announces the sale of four properties at Mount Cinnamon Resort & Beach Club, Grenada

    MC - Villa

    Peter de Savary, the creator of exclusive private clubs such as The Carnegie Club, The St. James Clubs worldwide, Cherokee Plantation and Bovey Castle amongst others, is pleased to announce the sale of two villas and two apartments at an introductory price for [read more]

    March 24, 2014

    Posted in Caribbean, News.

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