Landlords may be interested in investing in one of the "numerous property hotspots"created as a result of the international recession, according to Property Frontiers.

The company advises anyone looking to invest that America's property market offers many opportunities.

Urban areas of the USA with growing economies and good population growth may be of interest to potential landlords.

In the UK, Property Frontiers predict the market will not reach its lowest level until the end of 2010.

However it remains difficult to predict exactly where the best investments will be.

The company gives the example of Dubai, which does not currently offer great potential but may do in a further six months.

Madeira registered 91 per cent occupancy for five-star accommodation in 2008 which could hint at an opportunity for landlords to invest in luxury property in the emirate.

Property Frontiers also gives the example of Brazil - which it claimed has one of the world's "healthiest economic growths".

Earlier this month the International Homes Network also named Brazil as a property hotspot.

Sales and business development manager at the network Toby Simcox said: "Brazil is so much at the forefront of everybody's minds …I think enquiries will go up dramatically."

Written by John WeeksADNFCR-2002-ID-19516878-ADNFCR

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