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Global Good and Bad for Buy-To-Let

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Good and Bad for BTL

 

Here are some Ratings from the Global Property Guide

 

Location ----- : Yield% : Rating-- : L.T. :

Hong Kong---- : 2.82% : Very Poor : 2

Singapore----- : 2.83% : Very Poor : 2

UK, London----: 3.21% : Very Poor : 2

US, New York- : 3.91% : Very Poor : 3

Aust., Sydney- : 4.39% : Poor ------ : 2

Malaysia, K.L. : 4.57% : Poor ------ : 4

 

(Better)

Japan, Tokyo- : 5.02% : Moderate-- : 2

Thail,Bangkok : 5.13% : Moderate-- : 4

New Z., Auckl. : 6.09% : ModtoGood: 4

Phil.,M.Manila : 7.51% : Good ------- : 3

Costa Rica, SJ: 8.38% : Excellent--- : 3

Panama,PCity : 8.99% : Excellent--- : 5

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> http://www.globalpropertyguide.com/investment-rating

 

Question:

What Locations are most heavily marketed in HK?

There's a connection to the ratings, certainly!

Why do you suppose that is?

(Quick answer: think about the size of commissions)

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Here are some more Locations to look at

 

Location------------- : Yield% : Rating------ : L.T. :

Moldova, Chisinau : 10.00%: Spectacular : 3

Poland, Warsaw--- : 6.71% : Mod.toGood : 3

Spain, Madrid------ : 3.91% : Very Poor--- : 1

Portugal, Lisbon--- : 5.77% : Moderate--- : 2

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Moldova - because it got the only "spectacular" rating, and

Poland-- - because it is about to borrow at Neg. Rates (in SFR),

the first emerging market borrower to do so

 

Spain--- - because I expected Yields to be higher

Portugal - beats Spain, but still disappoints on yield

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