London’s post-Brexit property market: a boon for foreign investors
In 2016, Russian overseas property investors shifted their focus away from holiday homes and toward commercial properties in stable markets.
Tranio.com explores the new trend dominating the German real estate market.
A survey involving 50 private bankers has revealed how
Tranio presents a report on residential property prices in Portugal’s most sought-after locations and describes the preferences of foreign buyers in the country.
It is high time to invest in Barcelona student property: the number of international students in the city is growing and demand for residential property exceeds supply threefold.
Barcelona has recovered from the 2008 crisis and is now a promising market for property investment due to the demand exceeding supply, availability of cheap properties with a potential for price growth, and growing tourist flow.
International investors’ interest in Poland keeps growing, and there are reasons to expect that,
Tranio presents a report on the commercial property markets of Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, the United States, France and the Czech Republic.
Mortgage rates in the capital of Catalonia have bottomed out, prices will grow by at least 7% per annum and demand continues to exceed supply.
How hosting the biggest international sporting event affects the real estate markets of the Olympic capitals.
The Bank of England's Governor, Mark Carney, last Thursday announced a stimulus package to boost the post-referendum economy, a package which includes lowering interest rates to 0.25% and increasing the money supply.
Poland, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic and Latvia are experiencing economic growth, getting nods from investors, but still facing stable or — at best — modestly increasing rental rates and property prices. Nevertheless, experts are expecting some growth, which makes the countries a possible investment target at the very least.
Until recently, Barcelona's historical industrial district, Poblenou, was awash with abandoned premises but it’s now on track to becoming the Silicon Valley of Catalonia.
For decades, terror attacks have been shaking the world, yet memories of them are not
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