Real estate market analysis: African continent

For many years, private equity or other institutional investors have been the most prominent players in the African property sector, but now something has changed. Africa is experiencing a huge population boom, so the demand of housing is increasing. Millions of Africans are moving to the cities, so a significant proportion of the demand for housing and real estate in Africa is concentrated in the big cities. There are also many people from other continents, who are thinking to buy properties in African continent for investments purpose or other purpose. Buying an apartment in Africa is not a simple process… Continue reading

The rank of Oceanian countries by cost of living

Oceania is a geographic region that includes Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. When compared to the other continental regions it is the smallest in land area. Australia and New Zealand are the only developed nations in the region. The economy of Australia is by far the largest and most dominant economy in the region and one of the largest in the world. The majority of people living in Australia work in mining, electrical and manufacturing sectors also. In Australia, there are produced cars, electrical equipment, machinery and clothes. Oceania is a popular expat destination, so many people thinks to move… Continue reading

The rank of European countries by cost of living

Europe continent has one of the larger economy of the world, and if measured by assets under management, perhaps it is the largest. Its economy comprises about 750 million people in 50 different countries. Most countries have a GDP per capita higher than the world’s average and are very highly developed, but some of them, despite their position over the world’s average in the HDI, are poorer. In the north and west of the continent, there is a long history of trade, a free market system, a high level of development, more stability and a high level of wealth. In… Continue reading

The rank of Asian countries by cost of living

Asia is the largest and most populous continent of the world and is the fastest growing economic region. It has the largest continental economy by both GDP Nominal and PPP in the world and, and it is rich in natural resources, such as petroleum, forests, fish, water, rice, copper and silver. Many companies from Europe and North America have operations in Asia, to take advantage of its abundant supply of cheap labour and relatively developed infrastructure. This continent is very attractive and there are many great reasons to live and work in Asia. Before moving to Asia continent, it is… Continue reading

The rank of American countries by cost of living

America comprises North and South America and it is the second largest and third most populous continent of the world. The English speaking countries in this continent, as Canada and the United States, are among the wealthiest and most developed nations in the world. The rest of the countries are less developed. In the last years, some of them are experiencing economic and political problems, such as decline in output, increasing of unemployment level, worsening financial conditions and political issues etc. There are many people, who are thinking to move to America continent for living. Moving to countries as USA… Continue reading

The rank of African countries by cost of living

Africa is the third largest and second most populous continent of the world. Even Africa has abundant natural resources, it is the world’s poorest continent. There are several factors that may have caused this, for example frequent tribal and military conflict, corrupt governments, failed central planning, high levels of illiteracy, human rights violations, lack of access to foreign capital etc. This does not mean that all the African countries are poor, because in some of them the quality of life is very good. There are many people, who are thinking to move to Africa continent for living. Before moving to… Continue reading