South Florida Real Estate News

  The real estate market in Florida continues to struggle for sellers while buyers have many options available. The South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper, www.sun-sentinel.com, notes that Broward County, just north of Miami, had both good and not so good news. Prices of existing homes rose a bi

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Grenada Caribbean real estate taking off

  New housing developments, including resorts and luxury villas, are starting to take off in the southern Caribbean island nation of Grenada. Grenada and the smaller island of Carriacou are two of the least developed islands in the Caribbean and they have an optimal situation for new real esta

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Rogue Bulgarian estate agents

Bulgarian real estate has been the victim of some rogue estate agents preying on British Buyers according to Quest Magazine in Bulgaria. The practices of agents selling at three times the value of its market value has caught out unsuspecting overseas property buyers and left agents with huge profits

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Barbados set for Cricket World Cup

 Barbados to Host Cricket World Cup Final   The Caribbean nation of Barbados is set to host the Cricket World Cup final match on April 28, 2007. The semi final matches will be hosted by Jamaica and Saint Lucia on April 24 and 25, with the winners advancing to the final in Barbados on the

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London real estate hit by Stealth Tax

  Buying property in London UK is an expensive business every sale attracts stamp duty which ranges from 1 percent to 4 per cent  depending upon the value of the real estate being bought. House prices in London have soared however the thresholds remain at £250,000 and £50

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New Zealand real estate goes up literally

The market for new housing units in Auckland New Zealand is going up – into new high rise buildings. The recent boom in building has fueled a spate of new residential towers in New Zealand’s largest city. Somewhere in the range of 2,000 new units per year have gone up over the past sever

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