The Americas Real Estate
This new section of the Totally Property forum has been created to service the growing demand for overseas real estate investments in North America, South America and the Caribbean.
Join the North America property forum today to discuss real estate with like minded investors interested in the various regions of the US and Canada. This dedicated US Property forum has arisen due to member demand which seems to be a reflection of the housing market in The States. Many investors outside of the US are speculating on the potential of the American property market. Find out what is being said...
Latest: Why do Canadian real estate investors love New York City? Josh Caldwell, Apr 17, 2018 at 1:11 PM
Join the property in Brazil forum to discuss all aspects of the emerging property market in Brazil. Real estate investment in Brazil is growing rapidly as many investors see huge potential for untapped capital appreciation in property in Brazil. Join the Brazil property forum to discuss the key facts and see what makes real estate in Brazil such a potentially hot investment.
Some of the most stunning Islands on the planet enclosed by the calm blue Caribbean Sea make up some quite unique real estate investment opportunities in the Caribbean. Join our Caribbean property forum to discuss real estate in Antigua, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, British Virgin Isles, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and Trinidad & Tobago.
Latest: Is it time to look at the Barbados real estate market? Nicholas Wallwork, Feb 12, 2017
The Republic of Panama is the most southern Country of Central America. In this new section of the Property Community we will discuss many reasons that make Panama a forward thinking real estate investment hub – including the fact that it is the fastest growing economy in Central America. Please do have a look at the Panama forum and feel free to discuss all aspects of property in Panama.
Latest: Anyone have any questions about investing in Panama? I can help. nmb, Apr 17, 2016