Monthly Archives: July 2013

Foreign investors still target popular areas of Spain


New research from Spanish property portal Kyero indicates that overseas investors looking for homes in the country still favour typically popular locations. These include Alicante, Malaga and Mallorca. Of these would-be investors, many are looking for an apartment and nearly … Continue reading

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Boost for second home owners in France


There is good news for ‘second home owners’ in France, with the Government backtracking on their original Capital Gains Tax plans. Under the initial proposals, property owners would have had to have been in possession for more than 30 years, … Continue reading

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More retirees looking to invest abroad


New research from HSBC indicates that the number of retirees looking to invest in overseas property is now greater than before the economic crash. In addition, the number of 45-64 year olds who said that they would consider buying an … Continue reading

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Italian Property Tax Putting Off Investors


As like many European countries, Italy is coming under pressure to generate as much revenue as possible in short-mid term, to help with EU financing. In turn, the Italian Government has recently brought in a tax on all properties which … Continue reading

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