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Best Countries to Invest in Real Estate 2014

Here are the list of top nations rich in real estate.

5 Nations Rich in Real Estate and Its Economic Impact

by Aby Nicole League To show the popularity of real estate in FORBES Billionaires List this year, real estate tycoons are making a statement with fifteen people added to the list bringing the total number of real estate tycoons to 135.

World's 20 best places to invest in property - Telegraph

Property markets around the globe are in rude health, and investment possibilities abound for those who know where to look. Here are 20 places where you can make money overseas

Property picks for 2014 and the best places in the world to buy - FT.com

©Clear As Mud For many countries, 2014 could be the year when hard-hit property markets enjoy a long-awaited recovery as prices move steadily upwards. But what of the housing trends below the surface that may ultimately have a longer-lasting impact?

The 15 Best Countries To Retire To In 2014

The Best Countries To Retire To In 2014 If you're planning to retire abroad-because you want to live better for less, diversify your investments or enjoy a greater degree of adventure-you should consider Panama, Ecuador and Malaysia. According to a newly-released report from InternationalLiving.com, these are considered the top spots for North American retirees in 2014.

KPMG Real Estate Invest Survey − An outlook for 2014

The global real estate market showed signs of resurgence over 2012–13, aided by slowly, yet surely, improving
economic conditions and enhanced liquidity. What is the outlook for 2014? KPMG RE-Invest Survey 2014 shows that investment in real estate is on the upswing. Real estate may well be on its way to emerging as a stand-alone major asset class in a diversified portfolio, as investors are now seeking to reduce their exposure to traditional portfolios comprising of only bonds and equities.