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  • #16
    Re: Any good overseas markets?

    For those who are thinking 'holiday home' or 'retirement home', the paradise island of
    Sri Lanka is the opportunity right now. Low prices for land, building, materials, help, just about everything. The country is open for business and welcomes foreigners.

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    • #17
      Overseas markets? Expats living in Nepal and really enjoy!

      Hi folks,
      actually I am surprised about how low profile Nepal is represented here!
      In Nepal since over 2 decades our expat community is quite significant. The Land of the Gurkhas should be known best to Britishers.... well enough to have a closer look at it. Nepal is probably one of the most picturesque and naturally beautiful country in South Asia (at least if one loves mountains above all the beaches)

      Politically the youngest republic on planet Earth may be confusing and chaotic to orderly Europeans or Americans but the huge variety of different ethnic and indigenous people of Nepal could not care less about those in the seats of power. Expats have always been here and been respected and have been a vital part of society. There is an attitude here of "Koi! Khe Garne?" This is probably the most charming phrase of a foreign language that exists. It is almost daily in use and says more than anything about the Nepalese Society. Translated it has a very diffuse meaning in English that is best be described as "Heck...What to Do?" (about it...about anything).

      Ask your gardener, your neighbor, your Nepalese colleague, your taxi driver, your barber ANYTHING that seem to be questionable, simply wrong or terrible wrong...the answer is Koi! Khe Garne?
      Nepal is that kind of country that leaves you only with two choices: "You love it and get addicted or you receive a fat culture shock and go on the run...never to come back again." Which of the two personalities are you? Visit Nepal once and find out!
      Lately Nepal is getting more and more interesting for Foreign Direct Investment in the Hospitality and Tourism-Service Industry. The real estate market has opened up to the world and purchase of property has become easier for foreigners. First of all foreigners can own their own Nepalese (P) LTD without a Nepalese partner required. Such a foreign owned company can buy and sell real estate, industrial land, agriculture land, Motels,Hotels and Tourist resorts etc. Private foreigners can apply for retirement visas and own an apartment in Nepal. There is plenty for sale especially in Mid-Western Nepal in the tourism hub of Pokhara Valley. Many villas, hotels and guest houses await new owners. And why is that so? The reason is that just recently Immigration Laws of Great Britain allow retired Nepalese Gurkha Soldiers to settle with their families in England and Scotland. These retired soldiers belong to the Nepalese elite foreign currency earners because their pensions are paid by the Government of the UK and so they invested their wealth in real estate in the Tourism sector of Nepal. Its the best time to have a look into this market before our Chinese and Indian neighbors have snatched away the best objects. The time may be just now!
      Greetings from the foothills of the mighty Himalayas

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      • #18
        Re: Any good overseas markets?

        One of the best place to today buy a property is Mauritius. Mauritius is a small island nation in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar and mainland Africa. It has one of the strongest economies and one of the most stable democracies in Africa. It has one of the highest standards of living in Africa.
        Foreigners can now buy property through one of the government's schemes including RES (Real Estate Scheme) which is the most profitable for investors. The interesting things with these schemes is that the government has set a limit amount to be built. Once these target has been reached no more property will be allowed to be build under these schemes. Therefore the foreigners who have bought these houses can resell them to other foreigners at a very very advantageous price.

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        • #19
          Re: Any good overseas markets?

          I want to know in details about Home insurance
          Property To Rent

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          • #20
            Re: Any good overseas markets?

            Perfect time to invest in a buy-to-let property in a landmark European city.
            The leader - Panneton and Panneton

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            • #21
              Re: Any good overseas markets?

              Originally posted by Agrodut View Post
              I want to know in details about Home insurance
              Did you find the details you were looking for as there was someone posting
              on this site the other week that did home insurance

              Ged
              http://www.premierexpatmortgages.com
              [email protected]

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              • #22
                Re: Any good overseas markets?

                Originally posted by panneton View Post
                Perfect time to invest in a buy-to-let property in a landmark European city.
                Hi Panneton,

                Can you expand a little with examples of where you'd view a landmark European City to be and why it's a perfect time?

                For example, London could fall into the category of a "landmark European City" but with high purchase prices the rental yield is actually very poor when compared to lesser cities such as Manchester, York, Nottingham, etc. Capital growth in somewhere such as London is obvious but you have to have certain parts over others worthwhile for investment but again, these carry high price tags and you will need 3+ years for worthwhile capital growth.

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