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Portugal - Down But Not Out - Holprop.com News
22 April 2011
Holprop.com News

Portugal has a proud history as one of Europe’s old guard elite, which can be felt in its historic castles and proud university towns. It has an old fashioned charm that pervades throughout the country and a sense of adventure that is at the heart of this worldly charm of old. No longer the alternative holiday destination for discerning travelers, looking to avoid the packed beaches of Spain and the Greek Islands, Portugal has now become a holiday Mecca in its own right and the Algarve is curren...

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Turkey - An Up And Coming Jewel In The Crown Of Europe
07 April 2011
Holprop.com News

Turkey has been the home of some of the world’s greatest marker points of history and as a result, the remnants of its ancient empires can be found throughout the country. From Alexander the Great, Achilles and the Trojans, to the great Ottoman Empire, Turkey is a country whose roots can be traced back to the dawn of civilization. Like its rich history, Turkey’s terrain is also vast and varied. With stunning landscapes Turkey sits on the Anatolian peninsula, bordered by sea on thre...

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France - The Worlds Most Popular Destination - Holprop News
29 March 2011
www.holprop.com News (Tony Osust)

When thinking about the worlds most popular tourist destination, would you plum for the USA? Or perhaps Spain or Mexico? You may be surprised to learn that for the last 20 years the most visited country in the world by tourists from all four corners of the globe is indeed France, and for many good reasons. It takes more than sun and surf to sustain a country as a world leader in tourism. It needs a place that has everything, from great beach holidays with fantastic weather, to world class ski...

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Property Prices in Cyprus Set to Fall Further
06 January 2011
www.holprop.com News (Tony Osust)

This sunny island in the east Mediterranean, which enjoys great weather round the year, has long been popular with tourists and long-term foreign residents. Long, warm summers, short, balmy winters, clean beaches, charming villages, friendly, welcoming people, diverse historical and cultural associations, ancient archaeological ruins and a blend of Middle Eastern and Western European influence all combine to give Cyprus a very special appeal. While some of the resort towns offer a glitzy night l...

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French Real Estate Sales on the Rise Again
01 December 2010
www.holprop.com - news

From charming farmhouses amid lavender fields under the Provencal sun and affordable apartments as well as pricey waterfront villas in Cote d’Azur to ski chalets in the Rhone-Alpes, France offers an interesting diversity of landscapes and accommodation. Be it a retirement or second residence, vacation home or a buy-to-let property, a house in France has long been a dream for many international buyers. It’s easy to understand why. One of Europe’s largest and most beautiful countries, France’s...

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UK Commercial Real Estate Recovery Signs
13 July 2010
holprop.com news

While UK commercial real estate has taken a beating over the last couple of years, declines accelerated a bit from Quarter 4 of 2008 through Quarter 3 of 2009. While some analysts see signs of recovery, and GDP growth continues to improve, there are some challenges. • A great deal of commercial real estate investment is fueled by equity market performance. With the great volatility in European and American equities markets, it’s unlikely to help in a movement of funds into commercial real...

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"Under the Tuscan Sun" - The Movie That Spurs Investment
15 April 2010
Holprop News

The 2003 movie, "Under the Tuscan Sun" was all about a San Francisco writer, Frances Mayes, whose marriage ends, and she decides to tour Tuscany to get out of her writer's block. She falls in love with Tuscany, and buys a falling-down villa, hiring locals to rehabilitate it to its former glory. It's a great story, one you should watch if you haven't already, or if you're considering doing rehab investing in Italy. While UK investors have been less involved in the real estate markets of Ital...

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Real Estate In France - Shallower Lows and Good Prospects
16 March 2010
Holprop News

Generally, Europe has fared better than the U.S. in real estate market troubles over the last three years. France is an excellent example, with a market that, though down, did not experience the depth of price and demand drops evident elsewhere around the globe. Recently, Dr. Robert Shiller, noted co-founder of the Case-Shiller Home Price Indexes in the U.S., was quoted as saying "France's Real estate Economy has performed markedly better than most international indexes. France and German...

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What Looked Great in 2007 Pales by 2010 for Bulgaria Real Estate.
11 January 2010
Holprop News

The anticipation leading up to the entry of Bulgaria into the European Union in 2007, and the actual event, led to speculation by global real estate investors that Bulgaria would be a market producing excellent investment yields for years into the future. Bulgaria real estate markets thrived between 2003 and 2007. Well, the future is here, and things didn't quite work out as planned. Kicking in at about the same time, the global financial crisis painted a decidedly different picture for real ...

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Greece - is it time to invest in real estate?
11 January 2010
Holprop News

With a population estimated in July 2009 to be 10,737,428, Greece presents interesting issues of economic growth, debt reduction, and rising inflation. The population growth rate is estimated at 0.127% in 2009, with the Gross Domestic Product per capita rising in each of the years 2006 through 2008, though it's only about two-thirds that of the leading euro-zone economies. In the period 2003 - 2007, increased credit availability sustained record consumer spending in Greece, and the economy...

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