5 Property investor lessons from Catalonia’s push for independence?

The scenario, in many respects, has an air of familiarity to it. In the last few years, Europe has borne witness to the Scottish Referendum in 2014, Britain’s Referendum vote on EU membership in 2016 and now Catalonia’s push for independence has resurged. Continue reading 5 Property investor lessons from Catalonia’s push for independence?

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Poland: Buy-to-Let Pet or Darling of Europe?

When clients talk to me about Poland, they usually talk of wanting to diversify their property portfolio and view Poland as a Continue reading Poland: Buy-to-Let Pet or Darling of Europe?

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BREXIT–Homeowners and property investors in Europe- what does it mean for you?

Brexit is an important issue considering the number of landlords based abroad, investing in UK buy-to-let property, has surpassed 2 million* Continue reading BREXIT–Homeowners and property investors in Europe- what does it mean for you?

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Cameron tussles with Tusk over Brexit

Now there’s an interesting situation. David Cameron is negotiating with Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, but also a Polish politician, whose country-men arguably stand to lose most, by Benefit System changes in the UK. Continue reading Cameron tussles with Tusk over Brexit

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Europe’s lending rule like UKIP policy: anti-foreign?

Is the Mortgage Credit Directive a Regulatory-step too far? Two years’ ago I wrote about impending changes to property financing and how lending would be affected by new Continue reading Europe’s lending rule like UKIP policy: anti-foreign?

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Greece – GREXIT or not – Where’s Archimedes to make the maths tally?

Markets don’t like uncertainty and the Greek debacle is taking its toll on the Euro. This may be good news for property buyers outside the Eurozone, Continue reading Greece – GREXIT or not – Where’s Archimedes to make the maths tally?

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Fifty Shades of Finance–Property Investor Mortgages in Europe

This is shaping up to be a key theme for overseas property investors in the short and medium term. The mortgage market is no longer black and white but ‘grey’, no longer sexy, full of Continue reading Fifty Shades of Finance–Property Investor Mortgages in Europe

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European Property Investment: Mortgages-which currency?

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?

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Buying Spanish Bank repossessed property?

There has been a lot of talk lately about the Spanish Bad Bank SAREB and the amount of properties it has transferred onto its books from other struggling banks in Spain and the opportunity this presents for investors. Continue reading Buying Spanish Bank repossessed property?

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Montenegro Property-Is there life post-divorce for this country?

 

So Montenegro divorced Serbia on June 2006 and has, on the whole, kept a low profile on the World Stage. So what of this small idyllic country, after all didn’t it Continue reading Montenegro Property-Is there life post-divorce for this country?

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