Miami Real Estate is great way to Maximize the Euro and minimize the Euro Crisis
All over the European continent people with an extra Euro at hand share a common concern, “Where to invest safely ?”.
Italians don’t trust their own banks enough to put their hard earned money into an Italian savings account. Many French people and Russians are seeking investment opportunities outside the “Euro-Zone”.
The EURO crisis has caused a turmoil for European investors. Germany’s current low interest rate may cause a further inflation of the EURO and a risk for investments.
As the EURO crisis deepens German real estate have gone up in prices although the job market and all over economy seems to falter, which indicates the brink of a real estate bubble for the German real estate market. The Berlin housing market has seen a steady growth in prices over the past two years, but if German unemployment increases Berlin’s real estate boom will soon come crashing down.
Although the US real estate crash of 2007-2010 had it’s biggest impact in South Florida, it is undeniable that foreclosed and short sale properties have become a safe investment strategy for thousand and thousands of international and also American investors. The demand for housing is still the same as prior to 2007 and despite the fact that banks have increased their financing conditions to forfeit mortgage defaults, many investors have found a highly successful investment strategy by picking up REO & Bank owned real estate. But this is only one side of the coin. Real Estate, which are not bank owned, are by comparison still 40% cheaper than in 2006. In the past two years real estate have gone up in value by 23%. So do we see a recovery? Well, I don’t like to call it a full recovery but a momentum in time and history that is full of real estate investment opportunities. You are definitely getting a property at a bargain price and you will definitely build up equity as prices steadily increase. Many Germans, Russians and French investors can attest to the fact that they have found a safe investment haven, avoiding the EURO crisis, in Florida, especially the Miami Real Estate Market.
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