Real estate websites for foreign properties don't seem to be catching on as much as in the states, with the exception of Toronto in Canada. Most of Europe doesn't seem to have caught on yet, with a few notable exceptions of Spain and Cyprus. Doing a google search for either yeilds up tons of sites. England and France are gaining ground as well, which means that real estate sites in Asia will follow suit. There are already quite a few for Thailand and the Phillipines. I'm sure as more Americans invest in these countries they'll be more websites targeted to English speaking countries. Its going to be interesting to see the impact of internet marketing on real estate sales over the next decade. Its estimated by the NAR that 60% of home searchers start their search on the internet. I'm willing to bet by 2010 that number will be around 90% if not more.