Hindsight will only get you so far as an investor. In order to grow a portfolio of investments you need to display a little foresight.
Portugal’s Algarve is blessed not only with stunning beaches and almost year-round sunshine, but also with some of the world’s leading golf courses. In fact, the World Golf Awards Gala Ceremony in late 2015 crowned Portugal the World’s Best Golf Destination for the second year running.
A new apartment development is being built in prestigious Colombo 07, Sri Lanka, near the Prime Minister’s Office and National Museum.
Britain’s love affair with Spanish property took some serious knocks when the market crashed back in 2008/09, but the latest figures show that Brit’s fondness for Spanish homes has far from faded.
A new poll has just backed up what everyone at leading real estate developer and agent, Feltrim Group, knows - that Florida is the number one state in which to live.
A new luxury development in Colombo, Sri Lanka, offers a top-class lifestyle in a multipurpose lifestyle centre right at the heart of the city.
Barworks Times Square, New York is an interesting new workspace solution located in the heart of Manhattan. It is also an exciting opportunity for property investment in one of the world's major cities.
25 years ago, the world watched in wonder as the first pieces of the Berlin wall came down and the broken city began a long healing process to make it whole once more.
Three Florida metros are among the top performing housing markets in the United States, new figures reveal, and Orlando is among them.
The Costa Blanca is one of Spain’s most popular coastal areas thanks to its delightful blend of white sandy beaches, sunshine and delicious local food. With the New Year rapidly approaching, leading Spanish homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Espana has revealed its predictions for the Costa Blanca for 2016.
Spain has enjoyed a record-breaking summer, with some 54.4 million foreign visits in the first nine months of 2015, up 3.8% on the year before, according to the Industry, Energy and Tourism Ministry.
Buying a property overseas is an exciting venture, but also one that requires careful financial consideration.
Whilst we may feel that our money is being stretched farther than ever with today’s inflation rates, and despite the dwindling exchange rate of the Australian dollar against the British Pound it seems, in relation to their counterparts from the last 100 years, that Australians are actually doing pretty well for value for money.
Conjure up an image of the Costa del Sol and sunshine, sand and sangria no doubt leap to mind. Yet behind the idyllic beaches, bustling towns and tantalising local cuisine lies an altogether more dangerous feature: the Caminito del Rey.
Not only is Poinciana getting a major new road in the form of the Poinciana Parkway, but the new SunRail extension to the area is going ahead.
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