Financial experts keyed in on markets are suggesting a big quantitative surge in an already robust European property yield game. With win hungry investors searching for greater margins, the shift from bonds to old real estate is clearly the new trend.
As ambitious and profitable as Dubai’s luxury development opportunities are, the growing list of cancelled projects there foretells of typical “boom” real estate markets past and present. For every one of the 150 projects now cancelled, there’s probably two more set to make the insightful investor richer. As always, knowing which intel to choose, which advice to take, differentiates winners and losers.
In foreign investment market news, Chile is pursuing expertise for breaking into the Brunei market via Islamic banking expertise. According to the news from The Brunei Times, Chile’s non-resident ambassador to Brunei, Christian Rehren, is exploring every avenue to bridge un-conventional banking ties with the Sultanate. Linkages such as the Latin America to Middle East bridge indicated, reflect well on growing markets for 2015. Here’s some interesting investment news from very positive markets.
News Hollywood actor Michael Douglas’ Mallorca finca (country estate) is on the market with Mallorca Sotheby’s International Realty set the market there spinning recently. The projections the finca may demand as much as €50 million euro reveals what most experts say is a bull market for such exclusive properties. Spain’s Balearic Islands deserve a closer look for the coming New Year.
Real Estate Agents and Taxes : How to File an Extension April 15th is next Monday and it’s coming sooner than we all know it. If you are like a lot of real estate agents out there, there is a good chance that you may have to file an extension to get all of your […]