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How much is all the property in the world worth? According to Savills research, almost $230 trillion.
Dan Johnson from TheMoveChannel.com joins UK Forex for an exclusive interview to give useful tips on buying a property abroad.
The African cities have been ranked the most expensive in the world for expats by the 2014 Mercer Cost of Living Survey. The annual report found that Luanda, Angola, and N'Djamena, Chad, are the most costly places for expats to live.
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The hamburgers cost $20. A pair of jeans costs $204. Welcome to Luanda, the world's most expensive city, according to Mercer. The consultancy’s 2013 Cost of Living Survey reveals the Angolan capital is the costliest for expats, followed by Russia’s Moscow. There, jeans cost $169.
Global property markets are now in “full-scale bloom”, according to the latest data, with house prices climbing around the world in the first quarter of 2013.
Global property investment could top $1 trillion this year, according to Cushman & Wakefield. The firm’s latest International Investment Atlas reports that the global property investment market saw a “modest” 6 per cent rise in activity over the court of 2012, with volumes up to US$929billion.
BuyAssociation, the award-winning property media expert, has teamed up with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to produce an online video guide to buying property abroad.
Sterling has continued its slow start to 2013 with sentiment on the British pound still low.
Report shows commercial real estate direct investment volume will more than double to US$1 trillion by 2030; Asia Pacific region leads investment growth since crisis.