22 Jan '13, 4am

Spain reigns as most-searched country #PR

Spain has been hailed as the most popular overseas property destination of 2012. Some 18.3 percent of potential property buyers were looking at the Iberian nation on TheMoveChannel.com and a network of other Europe-based overseas property portals last year. The United States was ranked second with 15.4 percent of enquiries and France was in third place. British buyers were the main drivers of activity, accounting for almost four of every 10 visitors, followed by US investors (15 percent). Buyers from the rest of the world accounted for the other 48 percent, with Australia, Spain, Ireland and Canada responsible for the majority of interest. It seems that when it comes to property, you can't beat a good old-fashioned home. Houses made up half of all enquiries while apartments were the second most popular type of property, accounting for 38 percent. Bigger isn't always better...

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propertyguru.com.sg 24 Jan '13, 2am

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propertyguru.com.sg 21 Jan '13, 3am

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