Real estate and Mexico – this combination of words for the Russian ear sounds very unusual; the impressive distance from Russia at a distance of more than 10,000 km allows us to consider this country more likely for a rare vacation than as an option of “giving to the sea”, however this terra incognita is today one of the best countries for investing its funds in real estate for its subsequent lease or resale. Which certainly does not negate the excellent opportunity to live and relax in the country of wide-brimmed sombrero.
Foreigners have always shown interest in Mexico. There are always a lot of citizens of the USA, Canada, Italy, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland and many other countries. There are foreigners who live here for more than twenty years. The Russians “discovered” Mexico 5-7 years ago. Of course, they were present here before, but compatriots began to rest and acquire real estate only in the last five years. Continue reading
Romania is a kind of terra incognita not only in the European real estate market, but also in the field of tourism – except for the Black Sea coast of Constanta, Dracula’s castle in Transylvania, Gypsies, Ceausescu regime and the legendary Negresco hotel in Nice, named after its Romanian founder, – little is known about this country.
Romania in 2007 became part of the European Union, but so far has not joined the Schengen countries. True, news feeds report that in order to enter the Schengen zone, the country needs to fulfill a number of EU requirements, and this issue will have to be resolved in the foreseeable future. A similar situation is now with Bulgaria and Croatia, where it is also necessary to make national visas for entry, however, if the passport has multiple “Schengen”, then all three countries can be visited without problems. Continue reading