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Find the best homes for in Belgium
Belgium is renowned for its European epicenter for the European Union and increasingly its becoming a place for other Europeans to invest in Belgium real estate. Searching for property in Belgium is easier thanks to which is now one of the worlds most established overseas real estate websites featuring Belgium properties situated from all over Belgium. Our visitors come from all over the world many with the intention of finding cheap Belgium property to buy as an investment, or as a second homes abroad or city apartment. Our house sale listings come from Belgium real estate agents and home-owners.
Homes to buy in Belgium
Thousands of subscribers use these each day to beat the crowd, unlike many other websites you will find listing from all types of sellers including bank owned property, off plan developments , homes for sale by auction, and homes for sale by owner.
Legal advice when buying property in Belgium

Never sign a contract that is written in another language that you don’t understand without a translation.
Don’t miss out or circumvent any legal procedures for cash benefits offered by the buyer
Research and follow local laws on buying and renting out property
Always get written confirmation of what has been agreed in any negotiations and always insist on a paper (preferably not electronic) receipt for monies paid
Check that the seller or property developer owns the title deeds to the property or land and can transfer them to you. If buying brand new, or partially built, from a developer, check that the title deeds for the property in question actually exist
Check that the deeds to the property or land have not been offered as collateral for any loans
Check whether the owner has outstanding utility bills, local tax demands etc that you may be liable for on purchase of the property
Talk to other property owners in the area or on the development to establish if there are any issues you should be aware of before purchasing (such as floods in winter, lack of water or electricity supplies in summer).

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Promoting a property don’t forget about your foreign currency
Here is a top tip to those people selling and buying a property to people from a further nation is to investigation currency exchange methods. Property or home transactions are generally in danger of foreign currency change rates and smaller change can mean significant losses. To negate this possibility its usually sensible to accept advice of the foreign currency experts who could reserve charges, give brings down expenses and much better fees than a lot of bankers. Except if you are purchasing immediate at a creator, ahead of the buy is able to go onward you’ll almost definitely have to start a bank-account within the destination region. The target is to ensure that you get the best exchange charges and that the money have been in just the right place while they are expected.
Advertising and marketing Real estate to International buyers
Advertising and marketing Real estate to International buyers has been successfully putting buyers and sellers together online since 2002! Our listings are promoted on multiple property websites. We have a huge niche audience many of which arrive at our site by searching ‘Homes Go Fast, “Selling my overseas property” “Belgium Property”  ‘How to sell my home”  ‘Buy Belgium property’  ‘Overseas property sales’ etc 
Advertise your development, Belgium property listings to those looking to buy or invest in international real estate.
Belgium Facts

Capital: BrusselsGovernment Type: Federal parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchyCurrency: EURPopulation: 10,444,268Total Area: 11,787 Square Miles30,528 Square KilometersLocation: Western Europe, bordering the North Sea, between France and the NetherlandsLanguage: Dutch (official) 60%, French (official) 40%, German (official) less than 1%, legally bilingual (Dutch and French)
Dutch (official) 60%, French (official) 40%, German (official) less than 1%, legally bilingual (Dutch and French). Belgium has two official languages: Flemish, which is a form of Dutch, and French. Flemish is spoken in the northern region known as Flanders. French is spoken in the southern region known as Wallonia. As a result of having two languages, many cities have two or three names, and some Belgians cannot speak with other Belgians. The language is also reflected in the media, which offers both French and Flemish versions of TV, news, and radio. Many Belgians speak more than one language and are therefore sought after as employees for international companies.

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Getting along with the Belgian People
GreetingsA person not well known will be greeted formally with a handshake, and the person will be addressed by his or her title ( Mr., Mrs., etc.). A friend or well-known acquaintance will be greeted with a hug and a kiss and called by name. Greetings also depend on any age differences between the people involved. A younger person or someone of the same age will be greeted informally, whereas an older person will be greeted formally with due respect. After a visit, a well-known visitor will be sent away with a kiss and a hug. A visitor not well known will be sent away with a handshake and a “thank you” for the visit.
Where to find more out about Belgium
About BelgiumBelgium NewspapersBelgium Overview

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