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you-should-be=hereElite Property marketing , over the past few years have been sobering for global property. Falling house prices have torpedoed buy-to-let markets all over the world. But millions of people are still tempted by the dream of buying a property in the sun, spending their holidays there and converting it into a nice little earner in their old age.

Sinking hard cash into an overseas property always comes with risks. Yet there are a number of destinations where investing now looks far more attractive than 12 months ago. Some markets that nosedived – for example, Spain – show signs of bottoming out, and offer good value again. In other parts of the world, such as the Caribbean, overseas buyers are being targeted with significant tax incentives. Here are 20 hot spots where investors in all price brackets can find good value in 2014.

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  1. Barcelona, Spain
  2. French Riviera
  3. Grenada
  4. Tuscany, Italy
  5. Liguria, Italy
  6. Turkey
  7. Panama
  8. Montenegro
  9. Zell am See, Austria
  10. Mauritius
  11. Brazil
  12. Marbella Spain
  13. Dubai
  14. The Algarve, Portugal
  15. New York
  16. Barbados
  17. Switzerland
  18. Japan
  19. Monaco
  20. Poland

 

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