Property prices in some European cities are continuing to grow at a rapid rate, with some destinations boasting gains above the levels seen before the economic crisis.
Real estate in Paris, for example, has reached a record high, with gains of 7.8 per cent over the past year, the Notary’s Association of Paris reports.
And these gains are expected to continue, with the body predicting that prices could reach increases of ten per cent by the end of 2010.
Paris is likely to remain popular with investors who want to rent out their properties. According to holidaylettings.co.uk the French capital is the most popular location for rentals in France.
However, France is not the only country which is seeing growth
, as indices are also reporting that the UK property market, and in particular London, has been enjoying price rises over the past year.
Another destination in Europe worth considering is Turkey, which is seeing strong economic growth at present and as such a renewed interest from potential investors.
- Tuesday 14 September 2010