Recently a little-known ruling called the European Enforcement Order (EEO), has started to come to the fore. In fact, the EEO has been around since 2005, but only recently been dusted down and used as a potential tool against defaulting, overseas, Spanish property-owners.
If you seek to spread your investment returns and are comfortable with venturing beyond the UK boundaries, then there are some great opportunities to make returns on property overseas. For example, Istanbul, Turkey has recently been included on a list of top 25 Cities by McKinsey, as a mover & shaker of the future.
There are some things worthy of consideration as you set out to snap up your overseas property: Continue reading Buy Overseas Property? What 7 key things should you consider?Tags: BARBie, International finance, Overseas Buying process, Overseas finance, overseas property, Property ladder
So we have uncertainty in Europe, some concerns that BRIC nations may suffer inflationary pressures or even overheat, and turmoil in the Middle East. Investors seeking returns with a different risk profile, may well turn to a country like Morocco, for property investment
Experience shows that poorer economies tend to grow faster and eventually converge with others. So why should this not be the case for Africa?
What’s more, Morocco’s infrastructure is shaping up nicely. Continue reading Moroccan Property, Banks lead the way.Good for Property Investors in Morocco?Tags: overseas banks, Overseas finance
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