Overseas Real Estate Investment


NEW YORK (MainStreet) —Want to buy a villa in Tuscany, a castle in Ireland? Kathleen Peddicord, author of How to Buy Real Estate Overseas (Wiley, 2013), believes that foreign real estate is the perfect diversification of assets. In the current climate, you're not necessarily buying for big appreciation but rather for yield with modest cashflow returns of 10 to 15% from rentals. In the video below, The Street's Gregg Greenberg finds out which Central American country should be on your radar:

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