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Property Price History in New York

New York City, one of America’s most unique places to visit, has captivated the hearts of millions of people on an annual basis, hardly surprising considering all that the city has to offer.  With all of its attractions and unique neighborhoods, living in New York is ideal for many people. With prices ranging from less than $100,000 […]

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Adding International Property to Your Investment Portfolio

Expanding your investment opportunities and diversifying your portfolio can pay off in big ways. A favorable exchange rate can result in your securing a valuable property at a very low price. Since exchange rates vary, consulting with a financial or real estate advisor is highly recommended in order to get the best deal. Many countries […]

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How Does Lender’s Mortgage Insurance Work?

When you are looking to invest in property, there are many new things and terms that you are going to have to learn in order to stay ahead of the curve. For example you’re going to have to get yourself a mortgage broker, a financial adviser, a lawyer and an accountant to make sure that […]

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Five Great Reasons to Buy a Luxury Condo in Montreal

If you’re considering making a change, why not move to the bustling and cultural centre that is Montreal? With so much that the city has to offer, both in terms of places to live and things to do, it really is no surprise that so many people move there from other areas of Canada and […]

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Add Space and Value to a Property with a Loft Conversion (Infographic)

Assuming you have both the space and the money, a great way to add both extra room and value to a property is a loft conversion. There are so many options, from the practical to the luxurious. Here’s a great infographic explaining the process. Converting Your Loft – A Visual Guide [Infographic] by the team at […]

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What is an ‘Off the Plan’ Property and How Can you Buy One?

What exactly is OTP? When an investor buys a property off-the-plan (OTP), they’re buying properties directly from an architect or developer’s blueprint, ones that are partially or just about to be built. This is a strategy that allows them to potentially save some money and capitalise on the investment in about a year’s time. OTP […]

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Favorable Outlook For Investments In Land And Real Estate In Canada For 2015

The economic forecast for Canada in the New Year paints an overall favorable picture. The projections are especially encouraging since the real estate market is set to grow in 2015. One factor fueling positive expectations for the general economic landscape for Canada is its trading partner, the United States (U.S), posted robust job results for […]

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The Top 4 Indian Cities for Luxury Real Estate

It doesn’t matter whether you are an expat or native to a given Indian city, if you have a strong savings account the luxury housing market has typically been viewed as more immune to the fluctuations of the housing market than the lower end of the spectrum. However, the trend is changing and so is […]

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London property

The Success Story of Midtown Real Estate: Why it’s Seen London’s Highest Level of Rental Growth

There’s some good news for those looking for new investments in London’s commercial property market. Midtown experienced the highest level of rental growth of any office market in London, with rental increases of 5.9% in the six months to June 2014. Given that the West End posted 5.6% and The City posted 4.7%, this is […]

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UK House Price Adjustments Alleviate Bubble Fears

The news from Nationwide Building Society that annual property price growth in London slowed from 25.8% in Q2 2014 to 21% in Q3 2014, with the average price of a home in the capital hitting £401,072, was released at the same time the mortgage lender revealed the average price of a UK residential property fell […]

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