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Hi,

If you are interested in purchasing a plot (for a house or a flat) in one of the countries above please do not hesitate to contact me. I can refer you to a London based real-estate investment firm. They will be building developments in the countries above so the prices at this stage are very attractive. They also sell land in the UK if you are interested. Majority of plots (overseas and in the UK) are gone now, but something is still available.

I am NOT a sales agent so I will not be pushy or dishonest with you (unlike, I must say, many agents). I will be happy to answer all the questions you may have and even provide you with a draft Agreement for purchase so you can familiarise yourself with the process.

This is a real and serious offer so if you have serious intentions to purchase plot (s) in these countries please send me a private message with a country of your choice and I will inform you how many plots are left, types of properties to be built and their prices. If you buy more than 5 plots I will be able to offer a discount.

Thanks

M.

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Hi,

If you are interested in purchasing a plot (for a house or a flat) in one of the countries above please do not hesitate to contact me. I can refer you to a London based real-estate investment firm. They will be building developments in the countries above so the prices at this stage are very attractive. They also sell land in the UK if you are interested. Majority of plots (overseas and in the UK) are gone now, but something is still available.

I am NOT a sales agent so I will not be pushy or dishonest with you (unlike, I must say, many agents). I will be happy to answer all the questions you may have and even provide you with a draft Agreement for purchase so you can familiarise yourself with the process.

This is a real and serious offer so if you have serious intentions to purchase plot (s) in these countries please send me a private message with a country of your choice and I will inform you how many plots are left, types of properties to be built and their prices. If you buy more than 5 plots I will be able to offer a discount.

Thanks

M.

This is a real and serious reply Would you like a cup of coffee?

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I am not a buyer not a seller, just an investor, I bought 3 properties over two years ago in a small bay (Turunc) in Turkey I have recently sold the last one and I have made a total profit of £150k.. There are definately deals around if you look hard enough, stay away from large resorts or invest in small villages or bay's close to large towns. Best time to invest is november or March-April and use a good agent, stay away from locals who are trying to sell their uncles house, they are all on comission so use the professional and go for small agents with a UK base, this way you will be able to contact them in the UK and they will be able to give you a close personal service rather than these cattle pushers like MRI or Parador..

I put a deposit down on a futher 4 properties last November have sold 1 already with a £20k profit. As I mentioned before I have mainly invested in Turunc 20k from Marmaris and the agent I used was a company called LST Real Estate there website: www.londonspanishturkish.com there are a few other agents in the area like 'Homes etc' but I found them to be quite pushy and without experience.

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Has the sun cooked your brain?

This is a web site for people who feel that property at the moment is about to crash.

A Turkish friend recently told me that Turkish property is dropping like a stone as is the Turkish Lira.

So I am guessing that you and your mates a stuck with a few and are looking for mug punters to cheat!

U 4 coffe!

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I put a deposit down on a futher 4 properties last November have sold 1 already with a £20k profit. As I mentioned before I have mainly invested in Turunc 20k from Marmaris and the agent I used was a company called LST Real Estate there website: www.londonspanishturkish.com there are a few other agents in the area like 'Homes etc' but I found them to be quite pushy and without experience.

I( had some interst in Turkish property in 2006.

I looked recently over some Turkish property sites and I saw that the prices now are 30% lower than in 2006. Of course they need to go down another 60% in order to be at all attractive.

www.londonspanishturkish.com has only rip-off properties.

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I( had some interst in Turkish property in 2006.

I looked recently over some Turkish property sites and I saw that the prices now are 30% lower than in 2006. Of course they need to go down another 60% in order to be at all attractive.

www.londonspanishturkish.com has only rip-off properties.

I am intrigued catara...you always seem to be very scathing of the property prices in a whole range of countries- whilst I would agree that Turkish prices have stabilised, this follows the usual pattern you would expect of n emerging market - steep increase, period arund the doldrums (which I believe we have been in for about a year) and then a recovery into slower more sustainable growth. For drops in Turkish property prices of 60% in our area, you would need to go back to 2001 prices.

Of course each area is different, however where exactly over the years have YOU actually invested in? Just curious because I've seen a lot of negative postings from you critiquing other people's investment decisions, but I haven't seen anything that you would actually recommend. Cards on the table - or are you mischief making??????

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I am intrigued catara...you always seem to be very scathing of the property prices in a whole range of countries- whilst I would agree that Turkish prices have stabilised, this follows the usual pattern you would expect of n emerging market - steep increase, period arund the doldrums (which I believe we have been in for about a year) and then a recovery into slower more sustainable growth. For drops in Turkish property prices of 60% in our area, you would need to go back to 2001 prices.

Of course each area is different, however where exactly over the years have YOU actually invested in? Just curious because I've seen a lot of negative postings from you critiquing other people's investment decisions, but I haven't seen anything that you would actually recommend. Cards on the table - or are you mischief making??????

The economic crisis is just at the beginning. My idea is the developed world should let it go on and stop concentrating on social (read socialist) measures that would only prolong the agony and the duration of this economy situation. However I would stay away from the properties in the countries that rely on food imports to sustain a growing population.

Esmeralda, Catara here was advising us to invest in Dubai. I wonder how long Dubai will maintain its development course since the oil will be less and less needed in the future and the developed world is turning to other technologies to power our cars, rather than to make some countries, otherwise scarce in resources, aberrantly rich!

Slovakia is a good place to invest. Very interesting and beautiful place, extremely serious people and huge potential.

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The economic crisis is just at the beginning. My idea is the developed world should let it go on and stop concentrating on social (read socialist) measures that would only prolong the agony and the duration of this economy situation. However I would stay away from the properties in the countries that rely on food imports to sustain a growing population.

Esmeralda, Catara here was advising us to invest in Dubai. I wonder how long Dubai will maintain its development course since the oil will be less and less needed in the future and the developed world is turning to other technologies to power our cars, rather than to make some countries, otherwise scarce in resources, aberrantly rich!

Slovakia is a good place to invest. Very interesting and beautiful place, extremely serious people and huge potential.

I thought he only went in for properties under 50K????? he's always banging on about everything being too expensive & he recommends Dubai??? If you were going to go down the whole high rise emirati thing, i would have thought Ras Al Khamei?

Ah yes.... Dubai...land of contradictions.....of the high rise & rental return. ...but where they are also giving away a free BMW to entice people to buy!!! (Potential for oversupply & strain on infrastructure I would have thought myself). Plus it's a complete concrete jungle...check out the piccies on singingpig forum posted by yellow bird...note the smog...mmm yummy when combined with all that lovely heat! EUGH!

I am small fry & only invest in places that I would like to live/holiday in myself...cannot imagine why anyone would visit Dubai but people do, so as I don't understand the market, I'm better staying clear. Horses for courses as I am sure all you Dubai big boy investors would remind me!!!.

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Of course each area is different, however where exactly over the years have YOU actually invested in? Just curious because I've seen a lot of negative postings from you critiquing other people's investment decisions, but I haven't seen anything that you would actually recommend. Cards on the table - or are you mischief making??????

I had and still have some properties in Romania and recently purchased 1 foreclosure in Florida and prepare to purchase a foreclosure in California.

I reccomend purchasing for cheap in Florida or California (for cheap I mean foreclosure but only if you can see the actual property and drive a hard bargain with the bank). Maybe in a few years I would recommend to purchase some foreclosure in Spain is prices crash.

I might also build 2-3 houses on some of the lots of land I own in Romania.

I like Turkey but the market is way too saturated.

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I thought he only went in for properties under 50K????? he's always banging on about everything being too expensive & he recommends Dubai??? If you were going to go down the whole high rise emirati thing, i would have thought Ras Al Khamei?

I never reccomended Dubai. It was a good deal 5-6 years ago.

I was interested in purchasing a studio in Mina al Arab in Ras al Khaimah (not Ras Al Khamei) but then I decided not to do it.

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yes- I WAS interested in a property in one of those countries- as i figured that as they have all come to the UK to work, their own countries would be empty.

Unfortunately it seems they are all pissing off home now- so thanks for the offer- but I think you missed the boast with me. B)

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I never reccomended Dubai. It was a good deal 5-6 years ago.

I was interested in purchasing a studio in Mina al Arab in Ras al Khaimah (not Ras Al Khamei) but then I decided not to do it.

Hiya Catara..you replied! !!Thank you for the clarification...or should that be "catarification" :-) I just KNEW you couldn't have recommended Dubai!!!!

Yeh i knew the RAK spelling was wrong when i typed it...but I thought you'd know what I meant - looks like we both got "fat finger"syndrome".

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Esmerelda, I too am small fry & only invest in places that I would like to live/holiday in myself...

Maybe others should try this concept because if you like what you buy then others will surely feel the same when you come to sell...............

The big-boy investors would dispute this as not being a very good investment strategy. A lot of people who bought over the odds and paid ridiculous prices for their property. are now rueing the day they did. They are faced with repossessions and poor buy-to-let yields. I assume there are a lot of unhappy people who are reeling from that word 'greed'. It has left a nasty sting in the tail. Then, again, there are lots of hardened investors who have done all the right things and have gone onto successfully build their empires.

The only question I have to ask is are most of these people truly happy running after those who make wild promises of big profits? Are they really living or are they putting their lives on hold for the next best big fat profit? The huge credit explosion has pushed many people to the limit for all the wrong reasons. Some if not most have lost touch with their true values in life.

From my experiences, good and bad, the only person you should be listening to is your own inner voice once you have gleaned all the strategies and well-intentioned advice from others. You can only live one life, and, to be happy and content is tops in my book with the added bonus of not being a nervous neurotic wreck because I might be so overstretched. That is not living. Some might call it a challenge etc etc. who cares!!!

I will go back to the original statement you made Esmerelda that I 'only invest in places that I would like to live/holiday in myself'. Stuff the rest.

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