Home investors suffer as recovery fails to materialise

This was supposed to be the year when a gradual economic recovery would lead to an increased interest in property both at home and abroad - but, as we all now know, nothing even close actually transpired.

27th November, 2010

This was supposed to be the year when a gradual economic recovery would lead to an increased interest in property both at home and abroad - but, as we all now know, nothing even close actually transpired.

Rather than seeing a rebound in interest in overseas property, the year has been dominated by economic turmoil and, on the overseas front, a dramatic increase in problems across a variety of overseas locations such as Dubai, Bulgaria,...

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