Poland offers highest returns

Maxwell, Estelle
March 2007
EG: Estates Gazette;3/17/2007, Issue 711, p73
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the status of international property investments in the first quarter of 2007 based on a report from market analyst Assetz International. Poland has emerged as the premier hotspot for overseas property with its low property prices and potential total returns of up to 165%. The British property market outperformed most overseas markets. The capital growth in the U.S. dropped from 10.1% to 7.7%.


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