The real estate market of Northern Cyprus over the past few years has begun to develop at a very confident and fast pace. All the most interesting things are happening here on the primary market, so it makes sense for lovers of everything new “on the spot” to turn their eyes to this part of the island.
Northern Cyprus is a state unrecognized by the world community that occupies about a third of the island. His real estate market has long been in the shadow, largely due to problems with legal status. However, in recent years, much has changed, and now many new buildings are being built here, attractive in terms of price and quality. Continue reading
Despite the fact that over the past few decades, many of our compatriots have moved to Israel for permanent residence, the situation on the local real estate market is still not very clear – they rarely write about details.
Real estate in Israel costs impressive amounts – this is often forgotten when ratings are made for the most expensive square meters in the world. At the same time, even though Israel is participating in hostilities – in connection with which the local real estate market periodically changes from a dynamic state to a slow one, this does not prevent the country’s government from systematically investing in the development of all areas of the state, both for local residents and tourists.
For example, this year, another international airport is planned to be opened in the popular Eilat seaside resort for tourists from around the world, new housing is being actively built in the country, hotels of international chains are opening, etc. Continue reading
Interest in Croatian real estate continues to remain high over the past years and even decades – the country is the owner of an area of over 33,000 square kilometers and an impressive number of islands with more than 1000 items. The Dalmatia region and housing on its territory is considered one of the most attractive in the country.
As far back as the 4th century, the Roman emperor Diocletian, solemnly giving up power, secluded himself from society precisely in Dalmatia, which at that time was called Illyria. To the numerous calls of his comrades-in-arms to return to the reign of the empire, he answered: “If you saw how I managed to grow cabbage, you would not make me such suggestions.” The emperors in these parts have already caught a trace, but cabbage and other rich flora continue their rapid growth, attracting the next powerful people to this world who decided to live surrounded by the sea, islands, numerous oyster and fish farms and houses for every taste and color. Continue reading