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Malta - An Ancient Gem - holprop.com
03 June 2011
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Malta’s history can be traced back as far as 4,500 BC, when the first settlers from neighboring Sicily finally had the sea vessel to make the journey over the water. The first inhabitancy of the island would have lived in the natural caves that can be found throughout Malta’s 300 Km Sq land mass. Since the very first settlements, the island has had an extremely varied history and the very earliest examples of megalithic structure can be found in Malta. Ancient temples such as Hagar Qim, Mnajdra,...

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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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Real Estate Investment in France - Foreign Interest in Every Sector

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The real estate market in France has been vibrant ever since the country joined the European Union. Buyers from neighboring countries, as well as the U.S., have been purchasing residential and commercial properties with an eye to vacation as well as investment. In the cities – particularly in Paris, but also in most major French cities, there has been steady buying pressure for apartments and single family homes. While apartments have historically carried higher price tags per square foot...

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UK Commercial Real Estate Recovery Signs
13 July 2010
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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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The Rain in Spain...Stays Around for Real Estate
10 April 2010
Holprop News

It's a lyric in the musical My Fair Lady, and the words are “The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain.” From 1997 to 2004, property prices in Spain rose around 173%. It was a sunny time for real estate investors, building trades, and the economy as a whole. But, today's picture is very different. It's raining, and the rain isn't staying put “in the plain.” Real estate is depressed just about everywhere in the country, and the effects ripple through the economy. Talking recently to Rad...

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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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