A recent class action by British-based Solicitors Maxwell Alves, against Alpha Bank, Cyprus, for the alleged mis-selling of mortgage products denominated in Swiss Francs, has prompted Continue reading European Property Investment: Mortgages-which currency?Tags: AIPP, Europe, European property, European Union, Exchange rate, Hungary, International finance, Mortgage loan, off-plan, Turkey
Poland trounces Germany in year of European Football Championships
Isn’t it time to focus on some good news in Europe right now? There is some to talk about….UEFA 2012 Football Championships, arguably the 3rd biggest sporting event on the world stage, are to be held in Poland and Ukraine in June. Consider the similarities between Continue reading Poland trounces Germany in year of European Football ChampionshipsTags: Euro, Europe, European property, International finance, investment property, Kraków, overseas property, Poland
Polish property investors, rejoice!
An annual survey by the UN Conference for Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has just revealed that Poland now ranks as the 6th most attractive country for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the world.
Up from 12th last year and puts Poland ahead of all other European Union countries. Continue reading Polish property investors, rejoice!Tags: Europe, European property, foreign buy-to-let, investment property, Kraków, overseas property, Property Abroad, Safe-haven
Overseas Property against backdrop of Middle Eastern turmoil? What do property buyers look for?
We are currently witnessing unprecedented changes in the Middle East and North Africa, with uprisings against despotic leaders. Egypt and Tunisia, not seen as global economic powers, were one thing, but Libya, as an oil exporter, is quite another.
This, coupled with sovereign debt and economic troubles in Europe, are refocusing and rebalancing the places people chose to buy in. Continue reading Overseas Property against backdrop of Middle Eastern turmoil? What do property buyers look for?Tags: Europe, holiday home, new build, off-plan, Overseas finance
Spanish Homes-is there good news from Spain for property buyers?
Spain is certainly having a challenging time and has been considered an “at risk” economy, fuelled by a contracted housing market. Construction accounted for just over 10% of the workforce in Spain, so it has had a big impact on the economy.
Property prices are hard to get to grips with because “official statistics” do not Continue reading Spanish Homes-is there good news from Spain for property buyers?Tags: Europe, holiday home, investment, Murcia