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How much is all the property in the world worth? According to Savills research, almost $230 trillion.
Above Peru's Sacred Valley, three capsules - perched on the side of a cliff - are used for overnight stays for visitors to the city of Cusco. The capsules have a private bathroom, four beds and lighting provided by solar panels, but first guests must get to their rooms...
The European Union signed Wednesday an agreement with Colombia and Peru so that citizens from both countries are able to travel inside EU member states without a visa, a measure which will come into effect at the end of the year.
Dan Johnson from TheMoveChannel.com joins UK Forex for an exclusive interview to give useful tips on buying a property abroad.
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Members of a tribe that has long lived in voluntary isolation in Peru's south-eastern Amazon have attempted to make contact with outsiders in a tense encounter that almost ended in violence. More than 100 members of Mashco-Piro clan appeared across the Las Piedras river from the remote community of Monte Salvado in the Tambopata region of Madre de Dios state in June. They asked for bananas, rope and machetes from the local Yine people but were stopped from crossing the river by rangers posted at the settlement who directed them to a banana patch on their side of the river. The incident was caught on a video shot by one of the rangers.
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.