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Conwy, in North Wales, is undergoing a major renaissance, thanks to the area's booming tourist industry.
In 2015, China overtook Canada as the biggest foreign buyer of US homes. We break the numbers down to show how it happened.
Where are foreign investors buying property in Spain? And how does that differ to local buyers?
Bulgarian property buyers do like to be beside the seaside, according to TheMoveChannel.com's latest At a Glance. The infographic, which depicts all Bulgarian real estate activity on the portal for the last 12 months, shows that investors head straight for the coast, with 40.05 per cent of buyers searching for property in Black Sea resort Sunny Beach.
Berlin is the big boy in Germany's property market, according to the latest At A Glance infographic from TheMoveChannel.com. The infographic, based on activity on the property portal over the last 12 months, shows that over half of buyers looking for property in Germany head straight to the capital city state.
Over the May Bank Holiday weekend more than a third of Brits will be starting DIY projects around the home - but a new DIY survey has revealed most Brits don't know which home improvement adds the most value to a property.
Abruzzo is Italy's most popular region for property, according to TheMoveChannel.com's At a Glance infographic. The infographic, which displays buyer activity on the overseas property portal from the last 12 months, shows that Abruzzo attracted the most attention, receiving 24.09 per cent of enquiries for Italian real estate since April 2011.
The Algarve is Portugal's most popular property region, according to the latest At a Glance infographic from TheMoveChannel.com. The infographic, which is based upon activity on the property portal in the last 12 months, shows that the region accounted for over 60 per cent of all Portuguese property enquiries since March 2011.
Who was the first real estate investor? Alexander the Great, according to this infographic. The timeline charts the history of property investment back to 334 BC, when Alexander invaded Persia and seized land by force. But will 2012 be known as the year real estate recovered from recession?
The most popular area of Spain for property is the Community of Valencia, according to the latest At a Glance infographic from TheMoveChannel.com. The infographic, which is based upon the enquiries received by the property portal in the last 12 months, shows that buyers scour South-East Spain for real estate, with Valencia attracting 32.24 per cent of all enquiries.
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