Saturday, November 24, 2007

The Complete Guide to Hurghada Property Released

Apologies for the fact that it has been over a month now since my last posting. The past month has been very hectic for me working on two very large projects One of them I will tell you about next week, but the first one that I can tell you about now is the one that I mentioned a month ago, the creation of Propertastic's Complete Guide to Hurghada Property and Egypt's Red Sea Riviera Real Estate.

If I knew how much work it would involve, then I probably wouldn't have started on the project in the first place. It's my own fault though as it is much more detailed than I originally anticipated.

I am very pleased with the results though and the feedback from those that read pre-release versions have also been very positive. If you are at all interested in purchasing property in Hurghada or the surrounding area, then it has to be an essential read because it allows anyone to compare the vast majority of the new developments that are current in progress in the area, together with giving a general overview of the area.

I kept adding and adding to it until it ended up covering 35 different developments and came in at just over 25,000 words over 87 pages. That was a lot of writing!

Here is the final listing of the developments that I cover in the report:

Al-Ahyaa Villas
Al Dora Residence
Al-Rivera City
Azzurra at Sahl Hasheesh
British Resort
Coral Pearl
Delano Beach at Sahl Hasheesh
Desert Pearl
Egyptian Pearl
El Andalous at Sahl Hasheesh
El Gouna
El Khayam Resort
European Village
Hurghada Dreams
Hurghada Marina
Jewel in the Crown
Lotus Breeze
Manta Resort
Oasis Resort
Ocean Breeze at Sahl Hasheesh
Palm Beach Piazza at Sahl Hasheesh
Palma Resort
Paradise Hills
Pyramids 2
Red Sea Pearl at Sahl Hasheesh
Red Sea Pharaoh
Red Sea Residencia
Regency Beach
Regency Towers
Royal Manta
Royal Mirage
Sara’s Residence
Sea Land
Suleder Resort
The View

The Guide is available totally free to all registered members of Propertastic!

So what are you waiting for? Head over and grab a copy now and see what I've spent most of the last month of my life working on.

Click on the ad below to head to Propertastic! and see it for yourself.

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