Posted by jamesdearsley on July 20, 2009
A quite week this week with regard articles on Property. I have discussed a few articles however (you can listen to theAudio guide if you click on the left of the screen in the “Box.net application”).
Mainly there is talk about the mortgage market starting to thaw a little bit and buyer enquires up to a 10 year high – all fantastic news – and now all we need is the product. There are a lot of people calling for the “W” shape recovery and it is all pointing to this theory at the moment. It is certainly going to be an interesting time for the property market over coming months.
Have a good week.
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Posted by jamesdearsley on July 8, 2009
I am not sure that I should really say “new” here as there has been a lot of talk in the industry now about Calabria. I shall focus here for two reasons. Firstly, of all the areas in Italy, perhaps with the exception of Puglia (the heel), Calabria is seen as an undiscovered market and one with a fantastic amount of potential. Secondly, my company promotes property in this area and I have actually purchased myself down here.
Therefore I feel perfectly placed to comment on both the positive and perhaps negative aspects of this “hotspot”. Feel free before reading this post to have a look at some example of properties by clicking here Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Italy, Overseas Property | Tagged: Italian Property, Italian Property Market, Italy, Property for sale in Italy, Property In Italy | 4 Comments »
Posted by jamesdearsley on July 7, 2009
There has been all manner of talk over the last few days about Google making huge strides in the Real Estate World and trying to take over from Property Portals in promoting property for sale. I, for one, have to say that I can see why Property Portals would worry. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Blogging, Google, Real Estate Industry, Technology | Tagged: Google, Real Estate | 2 Comments »