Best Property Investments Abroad 2017

Economic situations have improved in the UK, with the Pound going stronger and the expectation that it might gain value over the Euro in the coming months. It is therefore a laudable idea to invest in property abroad this year, especially when there are great value Javea apartments for sale. Countries like Spain, Hungary, Czech … Continue reading “Best Property Investments Abroad 2017”

Economic situations have improved in the UK, with the Pound going stronger and the expectation that it might gain value over the Euro in the coming months. It is therefore a laudable idea to invest in property abroad this year, especially when there are great value Javea apartments for sale.

Countries like Spain, Hungary, Czech Republic, Cyprus amongst others have not had it so good economically and property in these countries are so cheap at the moment and they present an attractive investment opportunity. Let’s take a closer look at some the best property investments in these countries:

Spain: it has been reported that property sales prices in Spain at the upper end of the market would continue to fall modestly in the first half of 2017 and then stabilize as the year progresses. An investment worthy of note is the prestigious town of Javea in Alicante. It is a modern and unique town on the Costa Blanca which has been popular with expats for decades. Look for the new high end properties overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, that have amenities like heating, HDTV, satellite, Wi-Fi, mini bars, safety deposit boxes and telephone. If they are also equipped with a state of the art solarium, and outdoor pool, cafeteria or parking area, it is even better, as you can make good rental income of these types of properties.

Poland: considered as one of the wettest countries in Europe, Poland is regarded as a country with the best prospects among all the other EU members. International companies like GSK and Tesco are already setting up shop in Poland. They are also expecting huge funding from the EU over an 8year period amounting to about 70 billion euros. Investors in Poland expect to receive a return on investment of about 393%.

France: it has been estimated that about 500,000 Brits own property in France. The country is blessed with ski slopes and sandy beaches in the south-western region, making it a favorite holiday location in Europe. There has also been a massive improvement in infrastructure like road networks and water, making investment in property attractive in France. The expected rate of return on investment is an encouraging 201%.

Check out these one, two and three bedroom luxury suites in rural golf and spa resorts located in the French resorts. You want to look for properties that provide the following:

  • 10% fixed returns over a period of 4 years and there are no maintenance fees.
  • There is an assured exit strategy.
  • High rental returns.
  • Features outbuildings, swimming pools, tennis court, lakes, golf courses all set in a serene, world class environment.

Sweden: A beautiful country with breath-taking lakes and forest, Sweden is the largest country in Scandinavia and also the least populated place in Europe. It is interestingly one of the cheapest too, with a property costing about 60,000 euros. 352% is the expected rate of return on investment.

They have huge plethora of investment opportunities in hotel and real estate.