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60 Per Cent of American Real Estate Sold to Foreigners and Investors

A recent study by Capital Economics that found that 60 per cent of property sales are to foreigners and investors, most of them paying cash. This is in addition to home sales being at a 50 year low, and existing home sales falling by nearly 10 per cent in February 2011 to their lowest level in nine years.

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Thailand Continues to be a Place of Choice for Foreign Real Estate Investment

Thailand’s major property firms have announced dozens of new building projects for 2011 after reporting increased profits for 2010. Despite rising interest rates and the end of some tax incentives last year, several major Thai Property companies reported excellent profits and have announced lots of exciting new developments for investors looking to buy Property In […]

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Great Value and Outstanding Views – Land for Sale in Award Winning New Zealand Location

This is an amazing chance to purchase a rare 11,080 sq m (2.5 acres) block of rural or recreational lifestyle in New Zealand between the Tasman Sea and Mount Taranaki with 360 degree views. It is under 5 hectares making it ideal for foreign investment. Build a home that will capture all the views of the real Kiwi rural life, plus the Mountain, the sea, the Kaitakes and the Puakai Ranges and the native bush. Offers invited from $180,000 – $200,000 NZD by Marquette Turner Luxury Homes.

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We Can See Russia: Marquette Turner Featured in Russia’s Leading Luxury Magazine

We can indeed see Russia from where we are, but no, we’re not in Alaska. This article is actually absolutely nothing to do with Sarah Palin or the recent US Presidential Campaigning.   Marquette Turner Luxury Homes has the privilege of featuring on the front cover of Russia’s leading Luxury Homes magazine, International Residence. I […]

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