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Foreign investors back in hunt for Dubai property

Overseas investors are looking to invest in Dubai’s residential and industrial property sector once again, according to Landmark Properties. Michael Michael, Director of Sales at Landmark Properties, said: “From the end of last year onwards, we have seen a definite increase in interest from overseas clients. Such investors are mainly from countries within the GCC or Eastern Europe, indicating a growing sentiment that Dubai’s property market is now offering investors greater value for money”.

What You Need to Know Before Buying Foreign Property

Travel professionals from around the globe are looking to showcase their countries' real estate deals to individuals looking to purchase a vacation or retirement home abroad by offering trip subsidies. Read more: http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2011/02/18/need-know-buying-foreign-property/#ixzz1ENg6ZsM4

Cambodia’s new foreign ownership laws giving condo sales a lift

New foreign-ownership laws in Cambodia have boosted condo sales at several developments in the capital Phnom Penh.

Overseas buyers boost London’s commercial property market

London’s commercial property market has probably drawn the most investment for the second consecutive year as prospects of rising rental income attract cash from as far afield as Hong Kong, Qatar and Canada.

Brit buyers looking to the East

Byron Perry Property Report 30.11.2010
Southwest Florida real estate market attracts Canadian investors, other international clients

They come from Toronto, London and Dusseldorf, and they're all here for the deals. Foreign buyers are on the hunt for real estate bargains in Southwest Florida. They scour listings from across the Atlantic and leave Canadian tundra in search of properties dotted with palms.

Brit buyers looking to the East

Many recent headlines have focused on Asians investing in property in the UK – but Brits are also increasingly looking to buy property in the Asia Pacific region according to research by UK-headquartered asset management firm Aviva Investors.

Using your SIPP to invest in overseas property: live webinar

If you've been wondering recently about using funds from your SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) to invest in overseas property and want to find out more, a webinar could be a convenient way to do this.

Foreign buyers snap up real estate in Australia

European and Asian investors are buying up residential and commercial property in Australia as high interest rates are putting off national buyers, it is claimed.

More Chinese buyers in Singapore property market

Kanchana Paha Property Report 26.11.2010

China Limits Property Purchases By Foreigners

ESTHER FUNG and JOY C. SHAW The Wall Street Journal 20.11.2010
More Chinese buyers in Singapore property market

Chinese buyers in the Singapore property market have grown significantly in number from last year, according to property consultant DTZ.

China Limits Property Purchases By Foreigners

SHANGHAI—China announced new limits on the ability of foreigners to buy residential or commercial property on the mainland, in its latest effort to curb the inflows of speculative money into its economy and ease inflationary pressure.

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