The Romanian market has seen its share of fluctuation due to the recent financial crisis; however, the country still is pretty much untapped and has one of the biggest investment potentials in the region. It may not be a fiscal paradise, nor does it come with a 100 percent guarantee of profit yet.Read more
Before any real estate project gets the go ahead a careful account of the positive and negative factors as well as any possible outcome in relation to profit, overall cost and duration has to be had. This is called a feasibility study, a study that takes into account factors such as technology, economy.Read more
For just about 100 years the single, biggest, most important rule when it comes to investing in real estate is to find a good location. The quality of build, the price or how easy the access is won’t mean much if the overall location of your commercial, residential or even industrial investment isn’t.Read more
Real estate investment opportunities on the Asian continent have been flourishing during the recent years. The market has been developing at a rapid pace and the types of opportunities increased exponentially, now ranging from industrial and office buildings to residential projects and holiday accommodation. Depending on the real estate sector you want to.Read more
With the world economy in a better place, certainly a much more stable one, investors are again thinking of real estate projects. The low prices found just about anywhere in the United States make it an ideal time to invest. Prices appeared to have dropped significantly in states like Florida and California while.Read more
While classic real-estate investment strategies focus mostly on residential properties in the last couple of years the commercial real-estate market has become a solid proposition for maximizing gains.
While there are of course pros and cons on each side of the market, in the end, the deciding factor would be each individual.Read more
The house market has been pretty rough in the past years as sales have dropped significantly. However, that is understandable since one of the major reasons for the recessions was the fact that people were buying way too many houses than they could afford. This lead the market to crash and since there.Read more