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.
This week, the Hon Fabian Picardo officially broke ground for the eagerly awaited World Trade Center Gibraltar. This iconic global brand finally arrived with the Chief Minister operating heavy machinery by remote control and drilling the first foundations.
According to a report from the Spanish National Statistics Institute (INE), the growth of the tourism industry in Malaga has generated more than €500 million in the last six months.
The latest survey of overseas buyers of second homes in France carried out by bankers BNP using data supplied by Notaries from across the country paints a mixed picture of the health of the French property market, but puts the Brits firmly back in pole position as buyers.
A landmark in the US’s energy production history has just been confirmed, with the North Dakota Petroleum Council (NDPC) announcing that the state finally surpassed the elusive one million barrels of oil per day production figure:
Excellent buying conditions are continuing to draw British buyers back to the overseas property market. The number of enquiries received by Conti, the overseas mortgage specialist, in the second quarter of this year increased by 38 per cent when compared with the same period in 2013.
Shopping and sailing are on the doorstep of exclusive new homes to be built in the heart of the historic French lakeside town of Annecy.
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