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  • Cisellewea
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    Any property is a good investment, especially if it is located not far from the city center or from the key transportation hubs. What are you going to do once you have acquired property? If you are not going to live there and have an opportunity to rent it, it is highly advisable not to search for tenants by yourself but to let professionals do it. It is safer and easier than doing it by yourself. I live in New Zealand and I can recommend you such property management company as http://cgpm.co.nz. Wish you to make a good investment!
    Last edited by Cisellewea; 29-09-2019, 07:46 PM.

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  • Herberber
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    What are your thoughts on investing in property in St.Ives https://worldcams.tv/united-kingdom/st-ives/harbour? It's in the United Kingdom if someone doesn't know. I have an opportunity to get hold of a decent allotment with a summer cottage.

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  • AnnaDAnishek
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    I heard about Germany’s "Big Seven": Berlin, Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Munich, Frankfurt am Main and Stuttgart, which have the most reliable property market for investing.

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  • Andrewwhitmey1
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    Yes I can help you, please just click my signature and go....

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  • thasithe
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    Any thoughts on Thailand property investment?

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  • marshalljordan
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    As far as current scenario is concerned, people prefer buying properties in New York. So investing here would be a great option as it can provide a good return of investment.

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  • MarieAnne
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    certainly not in Poland. ;D

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  • gregory15
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    Property in the United Stated doubles every 10 years on average, no matter what the fluxuations in the market are. You'll miss out on some of the advantages some citizens have, but there's no law or limit against investing in real estate in the U.S. Even if you have to get a stated-income, "hard money" loan, it'll be worth it. Other than that, Belize if there's any good land ops left. Nova Scotia is lovely and affordable and well-placed near New York. Great summer destination and probably a good resale value too. Cheers!

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  • peterorl
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    What do you think about Poland ?

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  • SherryF
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    Shelton as you must know London is at no.1 in property investment business. So without any doubt your first choice should be London. Otherwise Germany is good as well. Good luck buddy!

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  • ozsubasi
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    I've lived in Turkey for 5 years, and I do have a vested interest because I work for property company. Also my experience is limited to one location in Turkey so is not necessarily representative of the country as a whole.

    I arrived just as the boom was ending Up until from 2004-2007 Brits were falling over themselves to buy here, but the credit crunch of 2007 stopped the boom and all the subsequent worldwide economic problems meant it hasn't restarted. But that isn't to say that businees isn't good.

    I live and work in Didim, on the Aegean coast. It is true to say that the buyers from the UK kick-started Didim as a resort (it is more commonly known as Altinkum, which is the name of the beach area of the town).
    But things have moved on, Didim has expanded rapidly and has attracted buyers from other countries but more notably from Turkish people, either from the big cities such as Istanbul and Ankara, or from Turkish expats living abroad in Germany, Holland, Belgium etc. Although the British presence remains significant, it has become diluted.

    Price was and still is the main attraction for buyers from wherever. Although they have risen this is largely due to improved building standards rather than inflation. Altinkum-Didim still offers the lowest property prices of any Aegean resort.
    Primarily this is because it is a work in progress ı.e. there are new developments going up constantly and the infrastructure doesn't keep pace with it. As a result power cuts are frequent, there are occasional interruptions to the water supply, and the internet connections are not reliable, as the utility companies struggle to keep up with developers. Roads are not properly surfaced until all the plots along it have been built on, so that side streets away from the central areas can be poor.

    It will probably be another 5-10 years before the construction slows down appreciably, and from an investment point of view there is no short term return. The Turkish buyers recognize this, and although many homes are still being sold as holiday retreats, many are rented out or simply left empty.

    During 2004-2007 it is fair to say that many UK buyers paid prices that were based on an expectation of continuing boom. But they have levelled out in the years since then, so that they are currently very realistic.

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  • Gillian
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    Looking at the ground realities is certainly the option to go with. Consult the local agents for better information. This is the best thing that you can do. Apart from that investment opportunities are correlated to your budget as well. So take this factors into consideration as well.

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  • RichardPowel
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    Hi there,

    I am new the forum but would like to add something on the issue. Europe is currently a very volatile market. The offers might be enticing but you would have to wait a lot of time before it really gives to the returns that you are expecting. Property market is closely linked with the economy of the country that you are planning to buy the property in considering the scenario globally the best thing would be to wait and watch and invest in something that would provide you with a certainty of yielding positive results.

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  • mikestheman
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    we bought a property in Cyprus about three years ago, and its depreciated in value massively. I would recommend staying away from there and buying elsewhere!

    I agree with DStewart - keep your money in the UK - great time to buy as everything is cheap and your supporting your economy!

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  • JitBahadur
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    Re: I want to invest in property, where is best

    Originally posted by tony jones View Post
    Anywhere outside Eurozone, turkey seems popular at the moment
    And so is Nepal! Naturally I love Nepal because I am a Nepali. We have a thriving Expat community here and they are all truly happy. Real Estate in tourism is a very good investment. Especially in the mid western trekking tourism hub of Pokhara. Almost half the Hotels, restaurants and food processing plants are for sale or rent. Not because business is bad...its the new Immigration Law of Great Britain that allowed Nepalese Ex Gurkha officers to settle in England and Scotland with their families. There wass a large exodus from their native land and that is Pokhara Valley and the Annapurna Range of Kaski and Lamjung District. They left behind their real estate luxury for sale. It's now the best time! Prices will sky rock after two years when the new regional international Airport Pokhara is opening (that is going under construction right now)

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