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Chile Real Estate: Stable in the Long Term

Yemi Kifle nuwire investor
Chile Real Estate: Stable in the Long Term - Chile - Real Estate - Housing Crisis - Economic Crisis

It takes only one look at a map to be intrigued by Chile. It is the longest and probably one of the skinniest countries in the world.

To say Chile is geographically diverse is an understatement. Tourists can enjoy a multitude of activities ranging from climbing active volcanoes and hiking in the world's driest desert to rowing through icy fjords in the vicinity of Antarctica.  Opportunities to bike, surf, ski, hike, and swim abound.  From Santiago to Easter Island, Chile's geographical, historical and cultural landscape fascinates visitors of all stripes. 
The country's real estate market has shown stable growth over the last ten years but Chile isn't for property flippers.  A rate of 8 to 10 percent annual growth means only those who are in it for the long haul are interested and that is just fine by locals.    


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