International property development used to be something of a mysterious and murky art, but advances in technology have transformed it over recent years, allowing developers to share more and encourage their investors to take an active interest in the process of development.
There’s no doubt that Grand Rapids is a great place to live. We’re the fourth best city for job hunters, we’re one of the best places to retire, we ranked #7 for happiest cities in which to work and last year, Grand Rapids was ranked #11 on Forbes’ list of “Best Buy Cities.”
It’s official – Portugal is the best place in the world to spend your golden years. The 2014 Retire Overseas Index, from Live and Invest Overseas, listed the country’s southern Algarve region as the global destination of choice for retirees.
Spain’s property market is on the up, as a flood of foreign investors are snapping up bargain properties following years of tumbling prices.
French Alpine property specialist MGM returns with a sense of déjà vu to the snow-sure ski resort of La Rosière overlooking the Tarentaise Valley.
With reduced energy consumption now more important than ever, the first Energy ‘A’ Rated project in Mallorca, and possibly the whole of Spain, has been launched – Torre Camp de Mar Residencial.
Spain has had enough of economic doom and gloom. The sun-kissed Iberian country has put its economic troubles behind it and is now leading Europe in the race to build a better and brighter future.
Leading international money transfer service provider Caxton FX has seen a 20% growth in customers renting properties as second homes in France, as opposed to purchasing them.
Florida is unquestionably one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, with tourists flocking to its shores for a signature blend of theme parks, championship golf courses, water parks and beaches.
For the first time in its history, the Sotheby’s International Realty global website (sir.com) exceeded one million visits in a month. This July, the site welcomed 1,042,043 online visitors, a 15% increase over the same month in 2013.
New research has revealed that more than 6 million UK adults are planning to head overseas when they retire, with Spain’s sunny shores emerging as their destination of choice.
France and Spain remain firm favourites for those looking to buy a place in the sun, according to the latest Property Hotpots Report from HiFX.
Whilst progress on the Paramount Theme Park in Murcia has been slow, some good news emerged last Thursday when Alhama Town Hall gave approval to promoter Premursa’s urbanisation plans for phases one and two.
Spain’s economy has been looking up of late, with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) adjusting its growth forecast from 0.6% to 1.2% for 2014.
Villas Valriche, Mauritius’ leading residential golf and beach estate, is launching its latest phase of luxury private residences, including the last remaining golf frontage plots.
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