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Top 20 Most Expensive Cities in the World for Expats 2014

The most expensive cities in the world for expats are both in Africa in 2014. Luanda in Angola is the most expensive for the second year in a row, Hong Kong is the most expensive in Asia, Zurich the most expensive in Europe and New York in North America, with Sydney the most expensive in […]

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Mexico Real Estate Resources

We have Mexico real estate resources listed in numerous categories below. Simply click on the link. Buying Guides Economics & Statistics Forums & Blogs Landlord & Tenant Laws Mortgages Taxes Yellow Pages & Directories General Country Links Country Description Investment Climate Newspapers, Magazines & Blogs Travel & Tourism To view our property listings in Mexico […]

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Real Estate: Watergate Hotel to be Sold after Foreclosure Listing

The Watergate Hotel, made infamous by a political scandal that was instrumental in ending President Richard Nixon’s administration in 1972, is likely to be a simple piece of real estate auctioned off very shortly. a piece of architectural history as well as political history, the complex is on the National Register of Historical Places.

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The Home of Vice-President-Elect: Joe Biden

The Democratic US Senator from Delaware, Joe Biden, is soon to be “former-Senator” when he becomes US Vice President in January 2009, currently calls Wilmington, Delaware home. His property is set on 1,803 sq ft and has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a swimming pool all amongst a stunning setting (images from Google Earth). Simon Turner […]

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Obama, "The Socialist"? It Is Time For Change

It’s almost impossible to ignore the fact that the US election is just one day away (Sydney time). The need for change of any sort is more apparent than ever and the change is needed for both domestic and international reasons. I have many friends and colleagues in the United States and they are some […]

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VOTE 2008 – What If The Whole World Could Vote In The US Presidential Election?

It’s a salivating thought for anyone that has an interest in the outcome of the US Presidential race, and the Economist magazine is providing the opportunity. I already had an interest prior to our visit to the US two weeks ago for the Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate Awards, and hearing of the Economist’s […]

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The Dow Jones Recovers after Massive Fall

This morning the Dow Jones plummeted by more than 800 points before recovering and is currently trading in positive territory. Commentators on CNN, Bloomberg and Fox have been touting what would happen if the Dow were to drop to 7479 which would result in trading being halted for 30 minutes. The enormous recovery has excited […]

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3 Simple Ideas That Made Millions

Sometimes a single brainstorm can change the course of a career. Here are 3 people who turned brilliant ideas into big career moves—and the pitches they used to close the deal. IDEA 1Microsoft Xbox: Beating Sony at Its Own GameThe Product: Electronic gaming platform The Genius: Game Programmer Seamus Blackley The Story: In early 1999, […]

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Australia’s Constitutional Crisis of 2017

Ten Years On: Constitutional crisis looms The President, John Howard, said yesterday he would not hesitate to use his powers of dismissal if the Prime Minister could not resolve the dispute that caused the Opposition to block key bills in the Senate. The Opposition Leader, Malcolm Turnbull, has told Liberal senators to follow a policy […]

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