Malaga, Spain (PressExposure) December 03, 2008 -- Well with the credit crunch managing to impact on all corners of the globe what next for the world property and investment market. With slowdown in building and developments even in places such as Barbados which would have been totally unthinkable 3 months ago and corruption and problems in other booming emerging markets such as Brazil it is most definitely a time to tread very carefully and the faint hearted shouldnât be in the market at all according to Simon Jones, market analyst at www.internationalhotproperty.co.uk [http://www.internationalhotproperty.co.uk/]. âUnfortunately it takes time like this to sort out the real investors from the pack and the real professional International property brokers who have the ability and professionalism to find the right investments for their clients and most importantly those companies who are here for the long term and have the clients interest at heart and donât have to sell the client a bad investment just to stay in businessâ commented Simon.
âIf you take a quick overview of the some of the best places in the world to invest you will see a slowdown in Barbados property, corruption problems in Brazil, Kidnappings in Egypt a very weak rate of sterling and other factors that make Investing in the overseas property market very dangerous at the present time however moments like this also created great opportunities for Investors who can pick out the deals that make sense and at International Hot Property we have taken significant steps to protect ourselves and our clientsâ said Simon. âFor example in Brazil we have our own people on the ground who fully understand the Brazil property market and where the best investment areas are likely to be and the investments that wonât be affected by corruption and wont have completion problems associated with them. We also have people on the ground in Spain who are dealing with various Spanish property institutions to source bank repossession and distressed sale property at prices up to 50% below real valuation. We have also managed to locate some superb investments in Tunisia and Turkey that make real sense for our clients. However it is not easy and a lot of work needs to be done to make sure the client is protected as best possible. With difficult times ahead it makes sense to make sure you use a professional company when investing into the international property marketâ concluded Simon,
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