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The real estate, as you know, has always been a safe investment because it is considered as a concrete investment. To invest in the stone is visible but especially very profitable.

However the real estate market in France entered a "real estate bubble" and many people predict that the prices are going to fall in the next coming years, others assert that the real estate could lose more than 25 %.

For 2007, it is very likely that the real estate will hardly increase or even will decline.

Therefore, you can understand rather easily that the French real estate market is reaching maturity and that we are close to the saturation.

From then on, it seems very appropriate to twist to the real estate abroad, mainly to the countries where it shows 2-digit growth with for example 11,4 % a year in Tunisia.

The foreigner offers you several possibilities in investments, whether speculative investments or rental investments, but also in the purchase of the second home or retirement.

    The Tunisian real estate market with opened doors
      Business - economic News - July 29th, 2008

For some years, we noticed that the number of the foreign property developers increased, what made the Tunisian real estate market the most dynamic in the region. It is in phase of explosion.

Tunisia remains a platform of tourist complexes and luxury residences as well as mega touristic projects. In fact, the investors are very attracted by this Eldorado as well as the North African regions.

This attraction is explained first of all, by the decline of the prices which remains still low and convenient to the purchase with regard to the international scale.

Thus, we can cite that the tourism industry expects a growth of 4.3% between 2009 and 2018, following the increasing numbers of visitors.

In fact, figures provided by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published recently, showed that Tunisia can achieve growth of 5.5% of GDP (GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT) at the end of 2008, and the result is the strongest of the Mediterranean.