In 2016, Russian overseas property investors shifted their focus away from holiday homes and toward commercial properties in stable markets.
Tranio presents a report on the commercial property markets of Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, the United States, France and the Czech Republic.
Modern shopping malls have evolved into something far bigger than just retail centres. Some of them even give guests a chance to go skiing or take a submarine ride.
Last year, Chinese invested billions into real estate around the world with a marked preference for five
Among the millions of skyscrapers around the world, there are some truly unique works of art including malls that look like flying saucers, shoes and even a waterfall.
Investors that are new to the real estate arena often ask for property delivering high yields. Before delving in, find out what property and risks will serve up the best returns.
The US commercial property market is one of the most popular in the world. Here's what to expect in 2016.
A solid investment strategy is key to making money on property. This article by Tranio expert, Yulia Kozhevnikova, explains how to get the best yields on investments from €200K to €10M.
Want to know if your property investment can turn a profit during a crisis? The answer is in the yields. Investment expert, George Kachmazov, has a simple formula to calculate risk, capital and yield growth.
The USA is the third largest country in the world, but only a few cities are famous with overseas property buyers. This is Tranio’s guide to America’s top housing markets.
Miami’s commercial real estate is going strong, especially in the office and retail segments where lease rates are rising and vacancy rates are falling.
Have the money and ready to invest? This guide will help you identify what property is worth choosing according to your budget.
America wants to tackle money laundering by forcing title companies to disclose the names of individuals behind opaque business structures.
Sluggish economic growth, geopolitical strife and a spate of currency devaluations have seen increasing levels of capital flight from fragile states.