1000 properties for less than €20,000 each.

“Properties for less than 20k, are you serious? Didn’t you forget a 0?”

That’s the usual response telling someone about the website propertyunder20k.com. It even seems a stupid idea in the first place to make a website that only lists properties that are that cheap. Most people would think there will not be many ads that fall in this category. READ MORE 1000 properties for less than €20,000 each.

Can a foreigner buy a Property in the US and what are the considerations?

The short answer to whether a foreigner can buy a property in the US is “yes”. Whilst some countries restrict the sale of land and property to natives the US does not. Further to this the conditions associated with foreigners buying a property in the US are generally very similar or identical to a native buying property.

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Second Home Envy?

One of out every three homes sold in the USA in 2016 was a vacation home or investment property showing demand for second homes is again increasing following a turbulent few years. The reasons for buying a second home may be recreational or investment, often with a view to retirement planning.

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Did I mention I own a property in London? Property investment: risk versus reward

Generally when people are talking about investment risk versus reward it is in the context of equities and other fluid type investments. It is not often spoken about with regard to property investment. Instead property is generally seen as the sound ‘bricks and mortar’ investment. The investment that you end up with a big chunk of something substantial along with a set of keys to open doors. READ MORE Did I mention I own a property in London? Property investment: risk versus reward

Post your property ad for free – list your home for sale with listproperty4free.com

Listing your house for sale on websites who offer to list your property ad for free can be a good way to give some extra exposure with no extra cost.

But you should keep in mind that possible buyers should also be able to find your ad easily, otherwise this will be a waste of your time. READ MORE Post your property ad for free – list your home for sale with listproperty4free.com

List up to 100 photos with your free property ad.

Now you can list up to 100 photos with your free property ad on listproperty4free.com our free property advertising website. Good photos are a key factor when it comes to selling your home.

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They sell like hotcakes. Free property listings

Thousands of users are visiting our website every week to seek out new free property listings. It seems properties prices are again increasing right across Europe.

Listproperty4free.com helps the real estate market by providing free services for buyers and sellers. READ MORE They sell like hotcakes. Free property listings

Buying property in Spain and Portugal: What a difference 2 years can make!

I recently read an article published on The Telegraph website which reviewed the world’s top 20 places to invest in property abroad (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/property/abroad/worlds-20-best-places-to-invest-in-property/).

The article is over two years old now (written in January 2014) and I was READ MORE Buying property in Spain and Portugal: What a difference 2 years can make!

Do you have a property for sale in Portugal? Buyers are seeking for the dream home in Portugal.

We have thousands of visitors every month who are dying to get their hands on that very special property in the sun – 65% of them being from Ireland, UK and USA. Therefore if you have a property for sale in Portugal don´t waste any time, get it listed today! Oh, and by the way, it´s free.

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Buying Property Abroad: The biggest pitfall

Living in Ireland the idea of buying a villa in Mexico or Panama seems very appealing indeed. Coming from a country which sees sunshine on average 2 ½ days a year (perhaps slight exaggeration here!) you can imagine why. READ MORE Buying Property Abroad: The biggest pitfall