Where to Buy Property Abroad - An Investors Guide
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From the $2,000 house in Bulgaria to the $2 million apartment in Hong Kong, the international property market offers potential gains for investors far in excess of what can be achieved by more conventional investments. Where to Buy Property Abroad – An Investors Guide is written by experts in the emerging markets who have selected the prime hotspots around the world that are likely to show the greatest capital appreciation, and is essential reading for anyone considering buying property abroad whether for personal use or purely as an investment.
Part 1, How and Why to Buy Property Abroad, addresses all the aspects the potential buyer needs to consider:
Obtaining finance and the international mortgage market.Calculating risk and considering an exit strategy.Key factors such as guaranteed rental return and leaseback.Investment vehicles such as Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)Where and what to buy – new or old, in the country or the city.Whether to buy for capital appreciation or rental income.
Part 2, The Investment Potential of Individual Countries, covers in detail the 25 countries in Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and the Americas that have the greatest potential, describing their current situation and likely future prospects. The potential gains to be had are enormous: for example, in one year alone:
Prices for luxury apartments in central Shanghai increased by 40%.The average property price increase in Bulgaria was 47%.In Dubai the value of off-plan apartments rose by up to 60% between completion and sale.
In addition to covering the exotic end of the international property market the book also reviews more conventional destinations to show property investors the countries where the general housing market is already fully valued but where newly discovered regions may still offer potential for capital gain.
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