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Brazil may have been knocked out before last night's final, but the country is enjoying a World Cup boost. Investors have suffered setbacks too, with many caught out by fraudulent land banking schemes, but Brazilian property is still scoring strong returns - as long as buyers are cautious.
Buyers' appetite for Turkey's property market is on the up. TheMoveChannel.com's latest Investment Watch report finds that an apartment in Istanbul was the second most popular listing on the property portal in May 2014, the highest ranking Turkey has ever achieved.
Investors doubled back to North Dakota in October 2013, reveals TheMoveChannel.com’s latest Investment Watch report. A hotel investment in the oil-struck state attracted the most enquires on the site for the second time in five months.
“We will build more.” That is the message from UK house builders to Housing Minister Mark Prisk, as the country’s property market continues to take positive steps towards recovery.
"Buy land, they're not making it anymore", Mark Twain once famously said. He was right, but investing in land is a field of potential risks. TheMoveChannel.com gives some tips on how to navigate your way through.
Plantations are swamping the South Carolina property market. The pieces of land, steeped in America's history, rarely go up for sale, but the state now has eight separate plantations all listed on the market, just as farmland values skyrocket around the world.
The BRIC nation of Brazil remains one of the best performing housing markets in the world according to the latest worldwide survey of house price indices from the Global Property Guide.
All eyes are on Rio de Janeiro at the start of this week with tourists eager to experience one of the most spectacular shows on the planet, the Rio de Janeiro Carnival. Domestic tourism has more than doubled since 2004, according to the Ministry of Tourism, and is considered to be having one of the biggest positive impacts on the nation's thriving economy.
Investors ploughed hundreds of thousands of pounds into plots of land that had little chance of being built on, the City watchdog has said.
A new round of elections in the state and increased optimism in the future could see the Florida market pick up, if a new report from the Center for Real Estate Studies is anything to go by.