The best and realistic way for large property developers to survive this financial crisis

I received this article through Linked In and it is a new approach to me. What do you think about this? ·A practical help to decision makers. Currently in Asia, Dubai, Europe, or other places in the world, it is a pity to see that a lot of real estate companies have stopped their important projects or even face bankruptcy because of the difficulty in financing. Here I want to share with the large real estate developers and conglomerates about how to use a best and realistic method to succeed in financing and then survive this crisis. I call this … Continue reading The best and realistic way for large property developers to survive this financial crisis

The Upside Of Crisis

Jan. 6, 2009 Paris, France PLUS: Time To Buy Back In To The Emerald Isle?… How Can You Determine If You Have Enough Money To Retire Overseas? Paul Terhorst’s Nifty Calculator Will Make Sure You’re Not Filling Out Employment Applications In Your 80’s… AND: Expat Connections In Provence… ———- Long-term Yields You Can Count On Here’s a back-to-basics international property play with yields of 15.87% per year over the next 20 years. ———-  “Enormous amounts of money have disappeared. For the first time in our history, we Irish began investing in securities. Even farmers, for example, were putting big money … Continue reading The Upside Of Crisis