So will sit down and have a read and a cuppa,......Maybe even dunk a few Digestives!
I've been a little preoccupied with other stuff recently, I have to say!has he updated it now as one i got had lots mising on new places like marlion hurghada village etc
As usual Nick a great source of information and statistics thanks for help all the timeI've been a little preoccupied with other stuff recently, I have to say!
There were plans for a Spring/Summer 2008 Edition, but a publisher that was going to finance a a revised edition reneged on the deal that I put together for them.
But just for you, here's a concise version of what I would have added:
Marlion - Excellent project. It looks like a sequel to The View which I mentioned in the original book. Fairly priced considering the location, nice payment terms and excellent guaranteed rental returns makes this one a winner.
Hurghada Village - Better that I don't say anything at all about this one. I just don't like its location.
West Side Village - Snap up the last of those one-bed studios quick - they're a bargain. There are better deals to be found in the area on two-beds though.
Al-Dau - hideously over-priced.
Regency Continental - OK for those on a budget, but it's a bit too close to the building in front of it to make it a bargain.
Hania Beach - Market price.
Nubia Resort - Better prices than Hania, but not as good as Regency Beach.
Oasis Marina Beach - not the world's prettiest looking development and not the world's cheapest beachfront either considering it's a far way from Hurghada.
Water House Project - Lovely development of townhouses in a resort setting. Not cheap, but worth looking at as an alternative to Sahl Hasheesh.
I'm waiting on some hard facts on some more developments in Al-Ahyaa coming soon that could be interesting. Still waiting to find a Regency Beach beater among them.