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Chile property prices showing no sign of slowing down

by Mark Benson on November 16, 2013

Chile property prices showing no sign of slowing down

Chile property prices showing no sign of slowing down

It is unfortunate for property investors that Latin America as a whole has often cast a shadow over some of the region’s economic gems. This is the kind of label which could very easily be attached to Chile and especially the buoyant real estate market which continues to go from strength to strength. Despite the fact that it has constantly been one of the better performing property sectors in Latin America, the price of Chilean property is expected to go even higher in the short term!

There are many factors coming into play which indicate further strength in Chilean property prices and indeed while international investors have always had an eye on the tourist destinations in the south of the country, they are now starting to look elsewhere. So what is pushing the price of property in Chile to record levels? [click to continue…]

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