Rome is leading the rebound in demand for European property, reveals new research from TheMoveChannel.com. The portal's latest Hotspots Index shows that the Italian capital was the most searched-for location in the world in Q1 2015, as overseas buyers flock to the continent.
All buyers want for Christmas is European property, according to new research from TheMoveChannel.com. The portal's inaugural Hotspots Index reveals that the Krakow is the most sought-after property hotspot in the world, receiving the highest number of searches in Q4 2014. Europe accounted for all of the top 10 most searched-for locations, with Portugal home to 11 of the top 50.
Portugal's property appeal shows no sign of fading, according to new research from TheMoveChannel.com. The portal's latest Hotspots Index reveals that the country has never been more attractive to house-hunters, dominating the Top 10 Hotspots in Q3 2015.
Italy's international appeal continued to increase in Q2 2016, reveals TheMoveChannel.com's new Hotspots Index. The report, which maps the most searched-for locations on the property portal, found that appetite for La Dolce Vita showed no sign of stopping this spring.
Property buyers are shrugging off any concerns surrounding the Greek bailout crisis, according to TheMoveChannel.com. The portal's latest Hotspots Index reveals that Europe has never been more attractive to house-hunters, with Greece joining the Top 5 hotspots in Q2 2015 for the first time.
Spain's appeal to international property buyers shows no sign of waning, according to TheMoveChannel.com's latest Hotspots Index. The country is enjoying a rebound in popularity at the end of 2016, led by Barcelona and Benidorm.
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