Comments on: Emerging Europe property revival http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/2009/06/12/emerging-europe-real-estate-revival/ Shining a light on the dismal science Wed, 16 Nov 2016 01:39:19 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: Gaic http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/2009/06/12/emerging-europe-real-estate-revival/comment-page-1/#comment-866 Mon, 24 Aug 2009 08:28:15 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/?p=1400#comment-866 Hello,

We often forget about Slovenia, a safe country to invest (and such a beautiful one!). Futhermore properties are still very affordable and the environment great.
The location makes Slovenia a great destination for Saling, skiing, mountain biking, hiking and also for the great quality of the food.

For example, here is a house in a vineyard at the top of a hill in Lendavaske gorice (east of Slovenia): lendava(.)webs(.)com.

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By: GetReal http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/2009/06/12/emerging-europe-real-estate-revival/comment-page-1/#comment-762 Mon, 20 Jul 2009 08:47:41 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/?p=1400#comment-762 In addition to good advices from Jane Dunlop I would advice everybody to investigate carefully investment vehicle you are planning to inverst in. What have they done?

Roughly speaking there are two kind of investors at Russian real estate markets: 1) Those who are investing, and 2) those who keep saying that they will invest but in fact does not manage to do so.

In Russia you loose face rather fast in case of the latter. Once you loose it in Russia you might as well close the shop.

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By: Paul Alcock http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/2009/06/12/emerging-europe-real-estate-revival/comment-page-1/#comment-634 Fri, 26 Jun 2009 19:09:31 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/?p=1400#comment-634 Consider exhausting all avenues of investment in your own country before investing overseas.

Remember agents make money from sourcing ‘investment’ properties for you and many will tell you anything to secure a sale.

Double the normal amount of due diligence before investing overseas.

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By: Bilety lotnicze http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/2009/06/12/emerging-europe-real-estate-revival/comment-page-1/#comment-620 Fri, 19 Jun 2009 17:03:16 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/?p=1400#comment-620 Relatively cheap in poland? LOL. Do you know how much office space is available on the market? Signs up “for rent” all over the place + buildings being finished that started when there was a building frenzy 2 years ago will make sure that the market is going to be hard. Lets see how many of the developers roll over.

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By: Jane Dunlop http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/2009/06/12/emerging-europe-real-estate-revival/comment-page-1/#comment-600 Sat, 13 Jun 2009 18:18:39 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/?p=1400#comment-600 If you are going to invest in property abroad, then good advice is to:

a) use the assistance of a UK company familiar with the country, to assist you.

b) choose a country whose language you know

c) do LOTS of research on the market by yourself before you visit the area.

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By: Nikkei 225 http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/2009/06/12/emerging-europe-real-estate-revival/comment-page-1/#comment-594 Fri, 12 Jun 2009 15:36:07 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/macroscope/?p=1400#comment-594 Investing in the new Eu countries can be quite interesting, especially Poland which has a fast growing economy and gdp. Property still is relatively cheap and demand for office buildings and shopping malls is sharply rising.

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