Real Estate


Is It Safe to Buy Property in Spain Yet?

Shelter Offshore 25.08.2009
Is It Safe to Buy Property in Spain Yet?

We’re very well aware that Spain remains one of the most attractive overseas destinations for Britons of all ages thinking about going to live abroad.

US property market proves hit with bargain hunting Brits

While Spain and France remain the two most popular destinations for Brits buying abroad, making up a combined 60% of all international searches for property in July, it is the US market which recorded the greatest increase in interest over the last year – with searches up by 125% on July 2008, according to Primelocation International’s Search Index.

Top 5 Short-Term Real Estate Investments

Liam Bailey NuWire Investor 31.07.2009
Go for distressed Spanish homes, international property buyers told

Those planning to buy property in Spain should look at the distressed market, an expert has advised.

Top 5 Short-Term Real Estate Investments

Although real estate investment often requires a long-term view, the recent chaos in property markets throughout the world have produced some attractive opportunities for short-term return. Liam Bailey recently shared his top 5 short-term real estate investments at Overseas Property blog.

Property bargains in Spain up for grabs

Investment international 30.07.2009
Property bargains in Spain up for grabs

Offshore property bargains ‘available in Spain’

A warning from Spain about the property market

Almost every day, it seems, someone else wants to tell us the housing market's picking up.

On 'Foreclosure Road' in Spain, Bargains Abound

The Wall Street Journal 22.07.2009
On 'Foreclosure Road' in Spain, Bargains Abound

MARBELLA, Spain -- The silver bus wound its way to the top of a dusty, sun-baked mountain near the southern Mediterranean coast and made its first stop at the gray, concrete skeleton of an uncompleted apartment complex, one of the many symbols of what went wrong with Spain's property boom.

Banks at root of declining housing market in Spain.

Banks may withdraw their mortgage offer at the last minute, the purchaser perhaps suddenly loses their job or simply gets cold feet at the enormity of the financial commitment.

Spain acts to help lenders

Mark Mulligan Financial Times 17.07.2009
Spain acts to help lenders

Spain’s central bank has bowed to pressure and relaxed provisioning rules for lenders in a move that could help some banks avoid losses next year and allow others to strengthen their capital ratios.

Price cuts aid Spain commercial property in Q2

MADRID,( Reuters) - Big discounts in Spain's office and retail property markets served to attract private investors rather than institutions, which are wary of falling rents, as the rental market remained weak, consultants have said.

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