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France looks to benefit as the Euro slumps against the pound
12 August 2012
Holprop.com News

For many foreign buyers, France remains the ultimate property dream with its mild climate, picture postcard scenery and many gastronomic delights. What’s more, the pounding that the euro has taken lately, means that now is a great time to buy. France is stable and isn’t about to go bankrupt, however, the situation in Spain, Greece and Italy is affecting French property prices. This may explain why British interest in French real estate is on the rise. “Betw...

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Spain Promotes Itself to Strong Markets, While Property Prices Expected to Fall
02 May 2012
holprop.com News

A vigorous campaign to promote the Costa del Sol to overseas visitors is thought to have a positive effect on Spain's real estate market, according to Marc Pritchard, sales and marketing manager at Taylor Wimpey de Espana. He went on to explain that the region’s tourist board are targeting British holidaymakers in particular. However, research by Fastighetsbyran, a division of Swedbank, reveals Brits are not the only demographic who are heading to Spain, the number of Swedish and Norwegian inve...

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Signs Of Recovery In The U.S. Gives Hope To The Housing Market - Holprop News
06 March 2012
holprop.com News

When America sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold, as the saying goes, proved to be more than a cold in this last crisis. However, when the US starts to show signs of recovery, the rest of the world should follow. “We are cautiously optimistic that we see signs of recovery in the U.S., and some optimism should reach Europe in six to eighteen months”, said Tony Osust, CEO and founder of Holprop.com. “As an active investor, I am seeing Properties in some U.S. cities have...

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Bulgaria – Still A Great Place To Invest
30 May 2011
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One country more than any other, took it’s moment to step out of the shadow from the iron curtain during the last property boom and regain it’s own identity. Bulgaria offers rich character fused by thousands of years of both east and west influences, combined with a new found confidence in it’s own value as a beautiful country that can offer skiing, climbing, countryside and horse riding, alongside first class beach holidays, great food, wine and a rich seasonal climate, all he...

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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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Croatian Property Prices Likely to Fall Further in the Near Term - HolProp.com
02 March 2011
www.holprop.com News (Tony Osust)

Croatia sits pretty on the Adriatic, its landscape an eclectic blend of dense forests, vineyards, olive groves, a long coastline and numerous small islands. Stunning natural beauty, quiet coastal towns, an interesting mix of contemporary facades and medieval edifices and a more natural lifestyle all combine to give Croatia a distinctive allure. Parts of the country still exude a pristine charm, unspoiled as they are by the excesses of tourism and commerce. Having put the Balkan conflic...

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House Prices Fall Further as Greek Economy Struggles - holprop.com
16 February 2011
www.holprop.com News (Tony Osust)

A holiday home on the Greek mainland or islands has long been on many a wish list. The clear blue waters of the Aegean and the Mediterranean, a temperate climate, natural beauty, historical associations, clean beaches and a laid back lifestyle have made Greece a favorite with those looking for relaxation, fun and something different. And there’s an interesting variety of homes on offer. While celebrities and millionaires buy villas and mansions on the islands or on the coast near Athens, ot...

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Outlook for Spanish Real Estate Still Bleak - holprop.com
09 February 2011
www.holprop.com News (Tony Osust)

A sunny lifestyle, spectacular views of the Mediterranean and the hills, warm, friendly people and a vibrant social scene have made Spain one of the most popular destinations for international tourists, retirees as well as younger permanent residents. With an increasing influx of foreigners seeking sun, fun and warmth, the demand for homes accelerated and a slew of budget townhouses and apartments came up on the Costa Blanca, Costa de Almería and Costa del Sol. For the wealthy there are places s...

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Bargains to be Found as Bulgarian Property Prices Fall
13 January 2011
www.holprop.com News (Tony Osust)

A part of the EU since 2007, Bulgaria balances old and new in an environment where ornate medieval churches, beautiful mosques and villages that have changed little over the centuries co-exist with the contemporary infrastructure of its cities and impressive sea and mountain resorts. From the snowy peaks of the Balkans and popular hiking trails to the inviting white sands on the Black Sea coast, this small country has a lot to offer. Health conscious and ecologically aware visitors are drawn to ...

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A Different B2B - British to Bulgaria (property sales)
31 August 2010
holprop.com news

Before 2009, it was estimated that more than 58,000 expats were living permanently in Bulgaria. The number was expected to increase dramatically in 2009, and virtually every village has a group of expats, mostly British. With a temperate climate, mountains and beaches, there is certainly ample reason to enjoy the relaxed lifestyle and all of the natural beauty. Beginning with the introduction of the currency board in 1997, Bulgaria began a course of improvement to become a politically stable ...

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