Tag: Real Estate

New Zealand’s government to buy quake damaged houses

New Zealand’s government has offered to buy thousands of properties in areas in Christchurch, the country’s second largest city, because of the damage done by recent earthquakes. The government has set up a website, www.landcheck.org.nz, to help property owners work out which zone they are in.

Your Best Real Estate Investment is a Moat

Brazil’s new middle classes buy the same things we all buy when we have more money in our pockets. And that includes property…upgrading where we live to a better home in a nicer neighborhood, or buying a second home at the beach. Brazil’s middle classes are driving Brazil’s real estate market…

So invest in the right projects in the right markets in Brazil and you could be sitting pretty indeed. Here is one to consider:

In a sweet little beach town with miles of white-sand beaches – just 30 minutes from Brazil’s #1 domestic tourism destination – you can buy a beach lot in a residential community next to a new super-luxurious five-star resort. It’s expected that lot prices will double in the next three years. Listen in to the conference recordings and learn how you can get a big discount (and a low price not available anywhere else) and become an owner here. And the terms Ronan and Margaret have negotiated: No money down and interest-free payments for just two years…

There were other deals in Brazil. I sat through two workshops this afternoon given by Brazilian real estate experts. They both brought four extraordinary deals with top-dollar profit potential…

Invest in Abu Dhabi

Why you should Invest in the Industrial Sector?

Strategic geographic location.
Robust GDP growth.
State of the art infrastructure and a multi-modal transportation network.
Political stability.
Government commitment to large scale, structured investment programmes.
Double taxation agreements with several countries.
Preferential access to neighbouring and international markets through numerous trade agreements.
Safe and friendly environment.
Strong support by the Emirate for industrial projects.
GDP is projected to rise significantly over the coming few years driven by the oil and gas industry as well as the diversified manufacturing base.
Abundance of energy: Abu Dhabi owns vast hydrocarbon wealth accounting for 95% of the country’s oil reserves and 92% of its gas.
Focus on developing specialised economic zones in order to strengthen the national economy and to support it with additional income sources.