Reveals the Top Ten Countries for Property Investment

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International property company takes a detailed look at the current demand for world real estate, with some startling results.

For the first time ever, can reveal the most outstanding property hotspots across the world, in terms of investment returns on real estate. By amalgamating the key results of several surveys in the public domain published by companies like Price Waterhouse Coopers, Knight Frank, and Forbes, the company has produced an authoritative Top Ten places to invest.

"It's very much a buyer's market out there, with emerging markets taking the industry by storm," says Danny Bance, Managing Partner of, who also added their own Top Ten into the mix.

He continues: "What's for sure is that it's a very exciting time for property investors and individual homebuyers alike. Places like Morocco and Brazil have certainly surprised the market with the quality of their product and rapidly improving infrastructure. Both factors are great for short and long-term investment."

Counting down the list, Romania weighs in at number ten, followed by Estonia, Panama, Egypt and Malaysia. Morocco has a strong placing at number five, with its current high GDP growth and low cost of living compared to European countries.

Number four is Turkey, with ongoing EU membership talks continuing to boost the property market. It's true to say that a recent legal debate in Turkey has made the purchase of property by foreigners something of a grey area, as the ruling elite decide on the size of land that foreigners are allowed to purchase. This is expected to be resolved soon.

A surprise entry at number three is Canada, which is attracting investors due to political and economic stability. The USA is at number two, with Florida still a firm favourite with foreigners, particularly given the current weakness of the American dollar. And the number one
investment hot spot? The answer is: Brazil.

"Brazil is a country which has seriously found its feet in the property market and is beginning to outshine many other more established sectors," says Danny Bance. "Obviously there are several factors involved in placing Brazil at number one, including good transport links and the availability of 100% freehold properties."

He continues: "Brazil is tipped to be among the world's top five largest economies by 2050, according to global investment banking firm [Goldman Sachs]. Plus the recent discovery of off-shore oil reserves, and the cultural boost of being awarded the 2014 football World Cup, has seriously put Brazil on the map. In addition, it has the highest GDP in South America. It really is our number one investment hotspot."

And clients are taking advantage of those factors by signing up to a free service called the International Property Investment Network (IPIN) which is affiliated to
IPIN members receive accurate and up to the minute information on the latest select developments in Brazil and elsewhere - keeping them well and truly ahead of the game.

This enables investors to achieve the maximum returns available at the lowest prices, while knowing that the product they're investing in is of the highest quality and legally watertight. As Danny Bance comments: "Receiving reliable information before everyone else is the key to successful property investment. Some IPIN investors have already realized growth of 50% in just over a year!"

About is the leading web resource for worldwide real estate, for homebuyers and property investors alike.

The company works in partnership with the International Property Investment Network (IPIN). IPIN is a free service, which provides its members with a choice of only the most outstanding international property developments.

All IPIN properties have undergone a rigorous and painstaking selection programme, which ensures the best investor potential and that all legal safeguards are in place.

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