El mercado inmobiliario de la Unión Europea ha experimentado un importante repunte desde 2010, cuando comenzó a recuperarse tras la caída provocada por la crisis financiera de 2008. Donde más ha subido el precio de la vivienda es en Portugal e Irlanda, según los nuevos datos de Eurostat. En estos países, el precio medio de la vivienda aumentó un 10,3% y un 10,2%, respectivamente en 2018, más del doble de la media de la UE, que es del 4,4%. Aunque el precio de las propiedades portuguesas está subiendo rápidamente, el país sigue siendo un lugar relativamente barato para comprar una casa. En promedio, el coste de una casa en Portugal es de 1.119 € por m2, según la Guía Global de la Propiedad. En los últimos dos años, los precios de la vivienda en Portugal se han estabilizado tras las continuas caídas de 2009-2013. Irlanda, por otra parte, sigue siendo un país caro para comprar una casa, con … [Read more...] about ¿En qué países de la UE ha subido más el precio de la vivienda?
Gregory Levinsky and Jeremiah Kirven Detroit Free Press Published 6:02 AM EDT Jul 14, 2019 The Detroit Tigers keep losing, and a portion of the franchise's fan base says it is too. As the Tigers rally to fill seats amid declining attendance — including with ambitious promotions like last week's $17.76 lower-bowl ticket deal — parts of their season-ticket base are grappling with the uncertainties of a rebuild that some say devalues their current ticket packages and makes attending Tigers games less of a priority. “When you’re a crappy team and you’re charging a premium for everything, beer, food,” said Jerry Johnson, 53, of Franklin, who shares season tickets in the Tiger Den with his wife and another couple. “It’s kind of a kick in the balls.” The Free Press reached out to a handful of season-ticket holders during the All-Star break, and while the fans voiced … [Read more...] about As Detroit Tigers try to fill seats, season-ticket holders fume
By: Matthew Jukes 28/03/2019 I have selected three whites and three reds for April and each wine has touches of classicism, balanced carefully with a modern sheen. It is this combination of traits that I find so attractive in delicious, affordable and immensely satisfying wine. Tanners is such a revered merchant that it is easy to imagine that its staff are seated behind their ledgers with quill pens aloft while nipping away at tiny glasses of Madeira and trying to avoid getting wig powder in their eyes. While the Tanners HQ in Shrewsbury is part wine museum and part Aladdin’s cave, the palates who make the big decisions are youthful, dynamic and well-travelled! They manage to track down wines whose flavours are rooted in the historic soils of the most famous vineyards of Europe, but the energy and delivery of these wines is as modern and fruit-focused as it gets! Cheers! Matthew Jukes All wines come personally recommended Exclusive discounts and FREE UK … [Read more...] about Modern classics you must try this month
Officials in the small hilltop town of Sambuca, Sicily, said they couldn’t believe the response after they put a few dozen properties up for sale for less than the price of a coffee. The town announced last week that it is selling off old properties for €1 in hopes of saving the town from depopulation. Of course, there is a catch. Buyers will be required to sign up to spend upwards of €15,000 on renovating their new Sicilian homes, and to pay a security deposit of €5,000. But that doesn’t seem to be putting people off. Since the sale was reported by CNN’s travel channel and then international media, the deupty mayor said he can’t sleep and has been trying “not to go nuts” after reportedly receiving tens of thousands of emails and phone calls in just a few days. Sambuca, Sicily. Photo: Comune di Sambuca di Sicilia. If the interest so far is anything to go by, Sambuca might soon find the world on its doorstep. Staff at … [Read more...] about €1 homes offer causes property stampede in Sicilian village
By Megan Henney Published January 18, 2019 Features FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Italy has a strong corporate ecosystem: Jean-Yves Fillion BNP Paribas USA CEO Jean-Yves Fillion discusses the strengths and weaknesses of Italy’s economy. Dreading the cold and snowy winter? Then consider relocating to a villa in this sunny, wine-producing Italian town, population less than 6,000. Continue Reading Below Sambuca, a hilltop town based in the Southern Italy island of Sicily, is selling dozens of homes on the market for just over $1 in hopes of revitalizing a community that’s suffered from depopulation, as residents look to move to bigger cities. CNN Travel first reported the story. MORE FROM FOXBUSINESS.COM... VERMONT WILL PAY YOU $10,000 TO RELOCATE. HERE’S WHY. OREO SLAPPED WITH A COMPLAINT BY RIVAL FOR ‘HIDING’ ITS COOKIES Giuseppe Cacioppo, Sambuca’s deputy mayor … [Read more...] about You can buy a house in this Italian town for about $1