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October 10, 2013, 12:48:14 PM
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I'd take the risk of earthquake over Fukushima any day.

Besides, Chile is no more risky on the earthquake measure than our friends daily face in Alaska, California, and other areas.  Think of the great San Francisco earthquake, for example.  Chile woulda looked like a mighty good place to be on that day!

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October 10, 2013, 01:05:03 PM
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I'd take the risk of earthquake over Fukushima any day.

Besides, Chile is no more risky on the earthquake measure than our friends daily face in Alaska, California, and other areas.  Think of the great San Francisco earthquake, for example.  Chile woulda looked like a mighty good place to be on that day!

Wikipedia > Earthquakes by country > Count the deaths > Come back and say it again

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October 10, 2013, 01:33:59 PM
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I'd take the risk of earthquake over Fukushima any day.

Besides, Chile is no more risky on the earthquake measure than our friends daily face in Alaska, California, and other areas.  Think of the great San Francisco earthquake, for example.  Chile woulda looked like a mighty good place to be on that day!

Wikipedia > Earthquakes by country > Count the deaths > Come back and say it again

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Earthquakes_by_country
What does this page suppose to mean ?


It doesn't change the fact that you can live in an area after an earthquake but not after a nuclear disaster.
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October 10, 2013, 01:37:28 PM
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I'd take the risk of earthquake over Fukushima any day.

Besides, Chile is no more risky on the earthquake measure than our friends daily face in Alaska, California, and other areas.  Think of the great San Francisco earthquake, for example.  Chile woulda looked like a mighty good place to be on that day!

Wikipedia > Earthquakes by country > Count the deaths > Come back and say it again

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Earthquakes_by_country
What does this page suppose to mean ?



Just a measure to compare the number of deaths in the Us vs Chile

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October 10, 2013, 02:00:43 PM
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I'd take the risk of earthquake over Fukushima any day.
Besides, Chile is no more risky on the earthquake measure than our friends daily face in Alaska, California, and other areas.  Think of the great San Francisco earthquake, for example.  Chile woulda looked like a mighty good place to be on that day!
Wikipedia > Earthquakes by country > Count the deaths > Come back and say it again
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Earthquakes_by_country
What does this page suppose to mean ?
Just a measure to compare the number of deaths in the Us vs Chile

It's not a significant measure, to compare you must include the ratio of inhabitant per km² and the fact that a earthquake can happen almost anywhere in the world despite the datas. Moreover, when an earthquake happen in an area we don't expect it, it is way more deadly because human are not prepared.

Anyway that's not the subject.
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October 10, 2013, 02:05:40 PM
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I'd take the risk of earthquake over Fukushima any day.

Besides, Chile is no more risky on the earthquake measure than our friends daily face in Alaska, California, and other areas.  Think of the great San Francisco earthquake, for example.  Chile woulda looked like a mighty good place to be on that day!

Wikipedia > Earthquakes by country > Count the deaths > Come back and say it again

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Earthquakes_by_country
What does this page suppose to mean ?



Just a measure to compare the number of deaths in the Us vs Chile

This page shows the number of subpages, not the number of deaths.

Better check this out: "World earthquake map captures every rumble since 1898"



And this: "61 years of Tornado tracks"
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October 10, 2013, 03:16:36 PM
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This page shows the number of subpages, not the number of deaths.
Better check this out: "World earthquake map captures every rumble since 1898"

And this: "61 years of Tornado tracks"


Amazing...
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October 10, 2013, 08:43:13 PM
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I don't understand.
The OP is looking for a country with a real estate bubble or not?
And if he wants a house to live in (not to invest in real estate) why the bubble matters?
 Huh

The bubble matter because you want to buy after it exploded.

You don't need to own the house/flat you live in, you can rent (to someone) some houses/flats that you previously bought after a bubble exploded and use this income to rent and live anywhere you want.

OP says he wants to buy a property to live on...

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October 12, 2013, 05:54:09 AM
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Canada actually managed their banking system well enough that they dodged the whole real estate bubble thing that we had here in the states.

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October 12, 2013, 07:20:36 PM
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So... is there any country left without a real estate bubble?
No, even in Myanmar (Burma) the house prices are out of control.
Now what you think is the most expensive capital in the world London, Moscow, no far of its Luanda.
Yes thats right the capital of Angola. A one-bedroom apartment  in the city centre costs £7,500 ($ 12000) a month to rent. Huh
 
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2183616/Luanda-The-capital-Angola-expensive-city-world.html
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October 14, 2013, 07:43:26 AM
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So... is there any country left without a real estate bubble?
No, even in Myanmar (Burma) the house prices are out of control.
Now what you think is the most expensive capital in the world London, Moscow, no far of its Luanda.
Yes thats right the capital of Angola. A one-bedroom apartment  in the city centre costs £7,500 ($ 12000) a month to rent. Huh
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2183616/Luanda-The-capital-Angola-expensive-city-world.html

Wow... Luanda is crazy but the country has a huge growing economy.
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October 14, 2013, 01:07:21 PM
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I think Albania has a lot of potential. I do not know property prices there, but it is a low-cost country. If the politics/economy gets on track, it may become a mayor tourist destination, as it's nicely situated by the Mediterranean.

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October 14, 2013, 01:26:13 PM
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I think Albania has a lot of potential. I do not know property prices there, but it is a low-cost country. If the politics/economy gets on track, it may become a mayor tourist destination, as it's nicely situated by the Mediterranean.

Most of Eastern Europe country are low cost but the corruption is insane :
Less than 300€ average salary, huge Hummer/Mercedes everywhere, spot the problem...
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October 15, 2013, 05:40:54 PM
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Prices have been on the rise for a while after something of a crash around here.  I wonder how current prices compare to the peak.

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October 15, 2013, 07:16:50 PM
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Prices have been on the rise for a while after something of a crash around here.  I wonder how current prices compare to the peak.
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October 19, 2013, 02:23:26 AM
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santa cruz bolivia.  goodluck  dealing with the communist populist government though.
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