The notorious “American dream” has not disappeared from the minds of many Russians: as in the 90s, many still continue to dream about moving to a distant country, however, the present time is strikingly different from the last decade of the 20th century, when practicality in to everyone. California is just such a US state that fits this definition in the context of home buying.
Today, the California real estate market is one of the three US states where foreigners most often buy real estate, second only to Florida and New York. Favorable climatic conditions in this case are the main factor, followed by various types of industries, which California combines in combination with a stable and high standard of living. Experts even claim that if California were a separate country, then its economy could take 6th place in the world. The population of the state is increasing every year, here technology, innovation, the film industry, medicine and agriculture flourish, attracting people from all over the world. Continue reading
Increasingly, holiday pictures of Russians featured the coast of Sardinia – one of the largest Italian islands, located between French Corsica and Sicily almost in the center of the Tyrrhenian Sea. Therefore, from different sides, the island from afar is surrounded not only by Italy, France, Spain, but also Algeria and Tunisia.
The unique location of Sardinia allows all residents or vacationers on the island to easily reach both all European countries and North Africa. In addition to practical qualities, of course the island has magnificent landscapes: these are beautiful mountain ranges, and green hills with vineyards and gardens, and neat roads. In addition, there are oak forests and olive groves, and throughout Sardinia you can find a large number of ponds with various animals, flamingos, as well as wild boars and hares. Continue reading
Finland, which from the beginning of the 19th century was part of the Russian Empire until the 1917 revolution took place, and today it is actively attracting residents of our country who prefer to relax and live not only in large cities of a neighboring country, but also near lakes.
The appearance of a whole layer of real estate located directly or close to the lake is primarily due to the large number of this type of reservoirs in Finland, where there are about 190,000 lakes, which occupy 9% of the country’s area, which is why it is often called the “country of thousands of lakes”. The largest is Saimaa, which is the fourth largest freshwater lake in Europe. Interestingly, the lakes are also an integral and important part of the regional identity of the inhabitants of Finland, whose folklore is actively saturated with the chanting of this type of water body. Continue reading