How Spain’s Economic Woes continue to Impact in the Construction Industry

While Greece remains the poster boy for the Eurozone’s financial crisis, there are other countries that have been just as adversely affected. Take Spain, for example, whose recent political failures and lack of sustained direction have perpetuated the cycle of ongoing economic decline.

Spain still tipped to be a bargain buy for UK investors in 2016

The property market in the UK is going through a dilemma. Property prices in London are being bought up by cashed-up foreign investors and it is pricing locals out of the market.

Foreign Buyers Boost Mallorca Market

A market forecast from the Instituto de Practica Empresarial (IPE) business school, in collaboration with property company Mar Real Estate, reveals a resurgent Spanish market. With the spotlight on Costa del Sol, the report also shows Mallorca properties spurring the overall upward trend. With the overall market set to grow from 5% to 7%, the Mallorca and the Balearics scene are the most prevalent positives.

Invest Europe: Should we follow Robert Shiller?

The turbulent markets around the world today have stifled much investment potential, further exacerbating recovery stimulus. With interest rates at an all time low, enticing high net worth investors is now a game only the astute can afford to excel at.

Mallorca fincas: A Europe investment focus

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.

Do Rising Interest Rates In Spain Offer Early Preview Of U.S. Future?

When it comes to the housing market, housing prices, and money for real estate, few things can impact U.S. housing like rising interest rates would. In fact, were it not for the already extreme efforts of the Federal Reserve, interest rates for mortgages in the U.S. would probably be above 6% already.

A Third of British Tourists Prefer Spain, Report Says

One in three tourists from the UK prefer to take their vacations in hot tourist spots throughout Spain, according to a report released by airline Jet2.com and holiday specialist Jet2holidays. For property managers and home sellers in Spain, that means more opportunities to sell and lease vacation homes to wealthy British travelers. The report, “What’s

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The Economy, Monkey See, Monkey Do, and You

The stock market plummets over 500 points, mortgage fraud, worldwide economies on the brink of chaos, jobless rate stagnant, huge corporations felling whole rainforests – global meltdown imminent. Isn’t it about time someone sound the fire alarm? I mean, we are taught not to bust the glass and pull the red lever in grade school, that is, unless there is smoke – but markets are billowing smoke these days?

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