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Lapland is one of the best places in the EU to make a property investment, prices will grow between 250 and 300% in the next ten years, and in popular places like the foot of the downhill slopes of Levi ski resort (where they hold the alpine skiing world cup) people can safely expect rental yields of between 8 and 10%.

Levi is the only ski resort in the EU that can guarantee at least six months of excellent skiing conditions per year. And the resort is surrounded many other activities, including a golf course, husky dog-pulled-sled rides, reindeer rides at Christmas, hot air balloon rides, fishing (ice-fishing in winter) in Levi lake, and just soaking up the beauty and tranquility of the surroundings.

Right by the bottom of the southern Levi ski slopes is a small holiday village, comprising of the Aurora Sky hotel and a few individual apartment complexes, as well as a retail complex. This small holiday village is surrounded by vast beautiful landscapes, and the apartments have views up the ski slopes on one side, across the landscape to the beautiful Yllas Mountains on the other, and nothing but glorious landscapes all around.

David Stanley Redfern Ltd is the exclusive UK agent for the Aurora Sky hotel, and you can find out more at: http://www.davidstanleyredfern.com/investm...a-sky-hotel.php.

For those who perked up when I said there was a golf-course nearby, there are still two apartments left in the Snow White golf hotel, round at the foot of the Northeast Levi slopes, and a lot closer to the world class eighteen hole golf course. Full details at: http://www.davidstanleyredfern.com/prop_de...php?id_prop=151

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Some more not so biased info about finland can be found here: http://www.globalpropertyguide.com/Europe/Finland

You can read the same info on finland at: http://www.davidstanleyredfern.com/investm...operty/finland/

But Lapland can not be treated the same as the rest of Finland, especially Levi. The Global property Guide is a great source of information, but it only covers the capital city, or in some cases massive secondary cities in each country. 9 times out of ten the property market in the capital is very different to the rest of the country.

My figures for Lapland are facts. Prices rose by 250% in the last ten years, and indpependent analysts predict a further 250% - 300% growth in the next ten years.

Edited by LiamBailey

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