In Belize, a city in central Mexico, the real estate market has been struggling.
In the past couple of years, the country has seen the sharpest declines in home prices, the construction of new homes and the increase in foreign tourists and expats.
The local economy has been stagnant for years.
But now, the economy has returned to its pre-recession levels.
Belize’s real estate prices are now the highest in the world, according to Zillow.
A new wave of foreigners has arrived, many of whom are taking advantage of the country’s high tax rates to move here, according a report from the Central American Economic and Development Center.
This year, the number of foreign tourists arriving in Belize was the highest on record.
And while many Belizeans blame the surge in foreign arrivals for the drop in real estate values, a new study published in the Journal of Economic Literature has found that the country is actually benefiting from this influx of tourists, not the other way around.
And it’s because the foreign visitors are coming for different reasons than Belizean residents.
They’re not simply looking for a place to live and work, but to get the opportunity to experience Belize for themselves, the study says.
And they’re not coming because of Belizeas housing crisis, the researchers say.
They are coming because the economy is doing better, and they’re looking for opportunities.
Belmopan is a big tourist attraction, with the biggest number of international tourists visiting the country in one year, according the research.
But locals are worried that the international visitors are just going to drive the locals out of their homes.
The city’s economy is booming, and tourism has been rising in recent years, but Belmopans real estate problems have been growing, according research by the Central Atlantic Economic Development Center, a think tank that works to promote economic development in Central America.
That’s because of the growing international population and its ability to spend and create jobs, the research says.
That is, in a place like Belmopana, where the people can’t afford to buy houses and can’t buy land, people are finding other places to live.
This is not the only reason Belmopanes real estate problem has been getting worse, though.
Belendan’s economic growth is not keeping up with the population’s growth, which has also been declining, according government figures.
According to the most recent census data, the population of Belendans city grew by 0.9 percent in 2016, according Tofto, the Belmopano mayor.
That means that about 6,800 Belendancans were displaced, and their economic opportunities have been wiped out.
That trend has also hit Belmopanias real estate.
In 2014, Belmopanos property values were $1.1 million, the lowest in the country.
That number dropped to $939,000 in 2017, according TOFTO.
The market is starting to stabilize, but not everyone agrees that it will help.
Some Belizeancans believe that Belmopanzas realty problems are a sign of the region’s economic decline.
“We are not living in Belmopane.
We are living in a region where we are being priced out by people who are coming from the United States, from the Middle East, and other parts of the world,” said Jorge Ojeda, the president of the Belendanzas Association of Foreigners.
He said the city is facing a huge shortage of housing and other services, and Belmopany is no exception.
Ojella said the population is growing rapidly, and there is a shortage of jobs.
Belangis population is expected to increase to about 10 million by 2045, and the country may need to invest in social services, Ojema said.
Belenas unemployment rate has been above 20 percent since the 1980s, according statistics from the government.
The real estate crash has been blamed for this.
According TOFTS, the economic crisis caused Belmopancans realtors to reduce their prices and demand for properties, leading to a decrease in property values.
The Belendacans real property market has also suffered a decline in foreign buyers, according Zillows report.
The government is also reducing the number, according researchers, who said that a shortage in foreign investment is also a contributing factor.
Belise’s economy has also seen a rise in foreign workers, who are leaving Belize in search of jobs in the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates and Mexico, according new research from the University of Belém.
This migration has made it difficult for Belize to compete with neighboring countries for foreign investment.
For example, in 2016 Belmopán reported more than 10,000 new job openings, according figures from the National Center for Statistics and Geography.
And the number has since been cut by around 1,000 positions, according an analysis by the