Latvia Real Estate Growth Slows To a Crawl

A recent report on Latvia real estate reveals a slight upward momentum for a market characterized by double digit growth since 2010. If further evidence of Europe’s stagnation is needed, Latvia property markets tell the tale sufficiently. The average price of a Riga apartment climbed only about 2 percent to just under €990 euro per square meter according to the Ober Haus Poland and Baltic price index.

Luxury Home Market in Sarasota Improving

Last year saw substantial gains within the luxury home sales sector in Southwest Florida, but according to Sarasota Bay Real Estate it’s still a slow recovery compared to the rest of the market in the area.

Experience International Launches Investment Apartments in Istanbul

Istanbul is officially an investment hotspot of late, having seen a 27% rise in foreign investment in this year alone. While increasing numbers of people are choosing to live in the city, the tourism sector is also growing rapidly, meaning Istanbul is one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe at the moment. This shortage of

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Vancouver Realtor Jay Banks Says Moderate Slowdown Is a Good Sign

While Vancouver received the “Worlds Most Liveable City” award several years in a row, only losing its crown to Australia this year, it also has a less welcome reputation for being one of the most expensive cities in the world in which to buy real estate. In spite of this the city has remained popular

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