People considering relocating abroad and expatriating to Morocco might be able to get a good deal on property.
Nik Kapur, M2Morocco Real Estate consultant, highlighted city centre apartments as a strong investment opportunity.
These assets have a strong potential for capital growth in the future and can achieve good rental yields if let to tenants, he remarked.
Marrakesh is the best location for overseas real estate investors, the expert claimed, noting it is the country's "top tourist destination".
Growth in the region will continue as an airport terminal is set to open next year, he added.
Mr Kapur recommended that people buying Moroccan property ensure the land or building has a "clean title", while he also recommended setting up a personal bank account in the country, as this can make it easier to repatriate funds when the asset is sold.
Expatriate medical insurance is a wise investment in Morocco, with the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention noting dengue, leishmaniasis, filariasis and other parasitic infections and diseases can affect people in the region.