TRUSTING investors can easily be gulled by scams designed to relieve them of their savings. In China efforts to educate the unwary extend to the streets. Walls are daubed with murals illustrating the dangers of Ponzi schemes, which pay off early investors with money raised from a larger group of later ones. In one cartoon a swindler, hugging a big

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Bulgaria is increasingly proving itself to be a country worthy of investment, as the tourist industry continues to grow and property prices remain low. In particular, the country is an ideal spot for those looking for refurbishment projects.

Historical property in Bulgaria is an attractive prospect for many investors hoping to pick up abandoned...

Brits have long been flocking to the Balearic Islands to escape the cold, creating a thriving holiday rental market. However, according to new research, this region is now also receiving Russian interest, offering a wealth of new opportunities for those considering investing in real estate.

Sotheby's International Realty claims that after...

MARKETS are beginning the new year on an upbeat note. The immediate cause for celebration is the deal reached in America this week not to plunge over the fiscal cliff, although legislators have merely bought themselves another couple of months. More late-night negotiations will follow in February and March.

But even before the deal was struck, fund

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Those looking for Spanish real estate could soon find themselves fighting off fierce competition from Indian investors. Experts claim that buyers will be flocking to the country as a result of the new residency scheme, which offers residency permits to foreign investors buying property worth approximately £131,147 (€160,000).

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Those trying to sell property in Spain are becoming more realistic, making investment easier for potential buyers. Barbara Wood of Andalucia-based The Property Finders told Property Wire: “A real feature of 2012 was the increasing number of Spanish sellers finally coming out of denial and accepting offers they were previously turning...

Singaporeans are increasingly choosing Malaysian real estate, as relations between the two countries improve.

Steve Melhuish, co-founder and chief executive of Property Guru Malaysia, explained to The Edge that Singaporeans see Malaysia as a viable location for property investment due to its near proximity to their home country and its...

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