If you’ve always dreamt of buying a property abroad but have erred on the side of caution and never actually taken the plunge - fear no more.
Egypt is undoubtedly best known for its Pyramid’s, but its continued economic growth, including significant investment into communications and infrastructure is paving the way for property investors.
Egyptian investment bank Naeem Holding has released investment news that they are setting up a $200 million mortgage finance company to fund the growing demand for Egypt property investment.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary in October of this year, the prestigious yet punishing annual Pharaohs Rally will take place over a ten day period across some of the most stunning yet relentlessly harsh terrain in Egypt.
For those looking for bargain properties within 5 hours of the UK then new website egypt-revealed.com may have the answer.
For the canny overseas property investor, the term ‘emerging market’ creates a wave of excitement. In order to make the most out of a property investment it is wise to actively seek out markets offering high capital growth and strong rental potential and more often than not this means buying off plan.
Do you have an image in your head of how your dream home would look? Do you think you could knock the designer socks off Laurence Llewellyn Bowen and Linda Barker? And would you like to practice your design skills on a six bedroom luxury villa costing less than the price of a one bed flat in a less than salubrious area of London?
Every scuba diver and snorkeller knows that Egypt’s spectacular coral reefs are one of the underwater wonders of the world, but the waters of the Red Sea have more to offer for those wanting to keep their heads above water. Although fishing is not widely promoted in Egypt, anglers have long considered it to be one of the best spots for deep sea fishing in the world.
Only weeks after launching a unique new residential development on Egypt’s Red Sea Riviera, where it is possible for investors to recover their investment in just over four years, the agents are reporting that more than half of the properties have been sold off-plan.
Egypt could be labelled as the oldest tourism destination in the world. The inventor of the package tour, Mr Thomas Cook, was taking parties up and down the Nile from as early as the 1860s and today millions of people every year follow in their footsteps and take themselves and their cameras to marvel at the pyramids and the monuments of ancient Luxor.
Construction work is underway on a unique new residential development on Egypt’s Red Sea Riviera where it is possible for investors to recover their investment in just over four years.
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