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By Fernando Gomez
14th December 2017
News, UK property
This ancient fishing village located 20 miles east of London has plans for a town centre upgrade and more than 3,500 new homes.
24th September 2017
News, Spain Property
Spanish property prices rose to absurd levels during the Spanish property boom, which came to a dramatic halt in 2007. Since then Spain has suffered a severe economic crisis, which has further damaged property values, with the result that property prices in many areas are still similar to those existing in 2004. Indeed, house prices…
14th June 2016
Discover our most popular properties in 2016 so far. The list includes prime city centre apartments, hotel room investments and purpose-built student accommodation. All the featured properties are under the £100,000 price bracket and offer exceptional value for money. Watch our video now: For aditional details, please refer to our investment flyer: https://www.colordarcy.com/downloads/top-picks/Colordarcy-Portfolio-Highlights.pdf
13th June 2016
The analysis of all new lets showed landlords have increased prices by 2.9% since May 2015, with the average monthly rent for all types of property across Britain rising to £945. In Greater London, the average new rent was up by 0.3% year-on-year at £1,292. The cost of renting a one-bedroom property in the UK…
By Loxley McKenzie
12th April 2016
According to The Guardian, the tax return revealed that in the tax year 2014/15, he had a total taxable income of £200,000 or thereabouts. He made £141,000 of this through his salary as Prime Minister. In addition to this, he has been renting out his Notting Hill property since moving to Downing Street, and in…
By Artur Vogt
4th December 2014
News, Property Invest, UK property
Apart from world’s first Underground railway opened in 1863, London has many other rail networks used by millions of commuters every day, including London Overground, District Light Railway (DLR), National Rail and Tram service. Even all these, however, are not enough to accommodate the increasing number of passengers, especially those on London Underground trains. Because the tube…
By Brett Tudor
3rd September 2012
I was out at a local business network meeting last night and got talking to a couple of guys about Spanish property. One thought prices were unlikely to fall further while the other, more cautious, businessman had the opposite opinion and believed much of what he had been reading in the press this year. So…
19th June 2012
News, Property Invest
When I was a youngster, I was always fascinated with the legend of Troy, the story featuring the large wooden horse that helped the Greeks capture the city of Troy. The Greek elections have once again brought this story to mind – only now I’m thinking, will the result be a Trojan horse for property…
By Liam Bailey
9th July 2011
News, Property Invest, Turkey Property
Recep Tayyip Erdogan was recently re-elected to Parliament for another four years, and during his campaign he had put forward a number of somewhat different schemes including a plan to build a canal which would bypass the Bosporus. Now it looks as though this scheme might actually go ahead. If plans to build the canal…
20th February 2011
Brazil Property, News, Property Invest
The Brazilian construction industry is suffering from a lack of sufficiently skilled labour which is of growing concern as this industry is seen as being essential to Brazil’s continued economic growth. The problem is that most people do not regard working on a building site as being a viable career choice, and think of it…
7th October 2010
The International Monetary Fund has revised its forecast for growth in the Turkish economy. The IMF now forecasts that the Turkish economy will grow 7.8% this year and 3.6% next year. In October last year the IMF forecast growth of just 3.7% this year, and revised this up to 5.2% in April this year.
27th May 2010
Will Brazil Property Dr. Geraldo Furtado Create History?
By Rachel James
26th March 2010
We are delighted to inform our VIP Members that your international property investment partner, Colordarcy, has been shortlisted for two prestigious awards at the leading overseas property awards – AIPP Awards 2010.
2nd December 2009
Brazil’s property market is set to become one of the hottest markets in 2010. The country is one of the world’s fastest growing economies. Foreign Direct Investment has increased and with Brazil set to host the 2014 football World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games, we will see improvements in infrastructure and huge growth
Data through September 2009, released today by Standard & Poor’s for its S&P/Case-Shiller1 Home Price Indices, the leading measure of U.S. home prices, show that the U.S. National Home Price Index improved in the third quarter of 2009, posting its second consecutive quarterly increase and further improvement in
By Christian Svensrud
10th July 2009
Brazil Property, News
Brazil plans to cut the TJLP long term interest rate to 6% from 6.25% at its meeting on June 30, according to Finance Minister Guido Mantega. The move is set to be ratified by the National Monetary Council, or CMN, and is intended to stimulate investment among Brazilian companies. The council reviews the TJLP every three months.
8th July 2009
Florida Property, News
Colordarcy are proud to present our clients with another opportunity to acquire fully tenanted properties in Orlando at 20% below bank repo prices with yields of up to 9%. Prices from $44,000 / £27,000
5th July 2009
It was reassuring to watch the BBC World news channel at the weekend. More than two days after his untimely demise the death of Michael Jackson still monopolised the headlines. Nothing about the recession, no mention of MPs’ expenses or company bankruptcies, scarcely a nod to swine flu or bank regulation, just Off The Wall-to-wall Rockin’ Robin. Things are returning to normal at last.
4th June 2009
Whether you are buying a dream holiday home or investing in overseas property, fluctuating exchange rates can make a huge difference to the price you finally pay.
By Sergio Lopez
29th April 2009
Winners at the recent G20 Summit in London include Brazil, a newcomer on the world financial scene and one with plenty to say. Brazil’s President, Lula da Silva, is a strong advocate of emerging countries having more influence on the international arena and his country’s injection of funds into the IMF gives Brazil considerably more weight.