Buying and restoring a fixer-upper in another country…
It can be an appealing idea. Houses in need of some tender loving care can be bought below market value and, when renovated, can resell for a nice profit. This is especially true in countries where labor costs are low. Using local labor and local materials (hardwoods, stone, etc.), you can add a lot of perceived value for not a lot of money.
I’ve undertaken more than a dozen restoration projects in six countries. Each has presented its own challenges, and, at some point in each case, I’ve wondered what in read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com