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Europe real estate gets a Viennese surprise

by Yuri Brixenmortar 30. September 2011 10:17
It's the home of Mozart, the place of the Wiener Schnitzel, the creator of the Viennese Waltz, and even the birthplace of Viennese Whirls. but Vienne is usually overlooked by those looking to buy Europe real estate. However, the property market was surprised this week when it turned out that Vienna’s property was suddenly in demand. [More]

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Bungalows in France? Brits prefer balconies

by Yuri Brixenmortar 29. September 2011 12:37
British buyers may not say no to a bungalow in France, but they’d prefer a home with a balcony, according to the latest reports, as the battle for top property destination in Europe continues. [More]

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Malta property market is looking up – or down

by Yuri Brixenmortar 28. September 2011 10:08
No teasing here. The Malta property market is looking up – or down, to be more precise. [More]

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Castles for sale in Europe led by Irish discounts

by Yuri Brixenmortar 27. September 2011 10:50
If you’re looking for castles for sale in Europe, look no further than Ireland.

That’s the best advice to give, as Ireland sees a massive price crash on its castles. Irish castles reached their peak price back in 2006, but as the debt crisis plagues the continent, the country’s medieval properties have plummeted to 50 per cent of that value. [More]

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The five best places to find Europe real estate

by 26. September 2011 11:03
Europe’s a big place. There are countries, counties, towns, cities, all of which have their fair share of properties. Where are the best places to find Europe real estate? Here are the top five: [More]

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61 pounds for prefab houses? Europe’s missed a trick

by Yuri Brixenmortar 23. September 2011 12:08
The world’s cheapest home has gone on sale in America, allowing property investors to own a house for £61. Less than one hundred pounds for brand new prefab houses? Europe’s missed a trick, there. [More]

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European villas for sale to ordinary people as well as George Clooney

by Yuri Brixenmortar 22. September 2011 10:41
When people think of European villas for sale, they automatically think of grand properties, expensive homes and celebrity mansions. Villas in reclusive areas such as Italy’s Lake Como are a great example, with George Clooney owning one waterside property. But they’re not just the exclusive remit of movie stars. [More]

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Do new planning reforms mean fewer allotments for sale?

by Yuri Brixenmortar 21. September 2011 10:10
Much controversy has surrounded the planning reforms proposed by the coalition government. But while most attention has centred on the threat to England’s greenbelt of land, one question has gone overlooked: will there be fewer allotments for sale? [More]

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Are Argentina’s vineyards better than vineyards for sale in Spain?

by Yuri Brixenmortar 20. September 2011 11:42
Entrepreneur Aziz Abdul chose Argentinean land over vineyards for sale in Spain when he made his latest purchase. The Indian investor bought the land in order to construct a wine chateau, which he has called Hana, after his daughters and wife. Abdul’s Andean chateau shares its home with famous footballers such as Maradona and Lionel Messi, according to the Times of India. But the main attraction was the price. Are Argentinean vineyards better value than vineyards for sale in Spain? [More]

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UK’s land for sale: Europe’s most expensive?

by Yuri Brixenmortar 19. September 2011 14:12
Prices for farmland in England have risen again, according to the latest figures. England’s green and pleasant land continues to be popular with investors, but is the UK’s land for sale Europe’s most expensive? [More]

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