Hottest Real Estate Markets In The World
If you have a large investment budget and you want to make some smart real estate investments, you surely want to see what the hottest real estate markets are in the world. That is not at all difficult to assess since stats speak for themselves.
In order to help investors, let us quickly go through the most appealing of the real estate markets that you have to consider for an international investment. You will be happy to notice that all these are perfect for the investor that wants to make a smart and profitable decision.
The year over year increase in the Brazil home prices is at around 5.37%. 2013 showed a great increase of 6.78% and the second quarter of 2014 highlighted a price increase of 0.75%.
The different prices for homes in Israel show a year-over-year increase that is a little over 6 percent. It is just a little smaller than the increase we saw in 2013 and the second quarter of 2014 had an increase close to 1.92%. Although there are various problems in the area at the moment from a political point of view, the real estate market is still really hot.
In Iceland we saw basically the same growth of Israel, just with small differences. The only real difference stands in the Q2 increase of 2014, which is a little lower at 1.47%.
The increase is a little over 6.6% in New Zealand for home prices. This is actually higher than what we see in 2013: 5.11%. While many do not know much about the country, the real estate market is hot at the moment, although Q2 of 2014 saw prices dropping by 3.23%.
Australian real estate home prices rose around 7.21% year over year. This was basically greater than what we saw in 2013. That year had 2.82%. This year we saw prices going up in quarter 2 with 1.28%.
We saw 7.24% home price increase in Turkey when looking at year over year. This was more than 2013’s 1.66%. In 2014 we saw prices that rose by 1.66%.
When referring to UK, we are talking about the entire nation. The prices went up 9.68 percent year over year. This is up from the 2013 1.24% drop. During the second quarter of 2014 we saw an increase of almost 4 percent.
You need to seriously consider Ireland because of the year over year increase of almost 12 percent. That is much greater than the 2013 0.56% increase. You should be aware of the fact that quarter 2 of 2014 had an increase of 6.6 percent.
Out of the different countries on this list, Estonia is the one that is, most likely, a huge surprise. When we look at the stats, we see a good jump from the last country mentioned: 16.72 percent at a year over year. The 2013 increase was of 7.27%, which is definitely great. Although quarter 2 of 2014 had an increase of 0.3 percent, we still have a great opportunity that is available for all interested.
Dubai – United Arab Emirates
This should be no surprise. It is a well-known thing that the Dubai real estate market is a hot one. We see a rise of 33.26 percent at year over year, which is definitely really good. That is more than the 2013 increase, which was close to 18% In Q2 we saw prices rising at just 5.47% but we still have good profits.