Italy is traditionally one of the top ten most popular countries, both in terms of tourism and the demand for real estate among foreigners, and Rome and Milan, according to the latest analytical review of our portal, are the main leaders in terms of the number of requests interested in buying property in Italy on the Russian-speaking Internet.
Buy property in Italy
Such an increased demand for these cities is quite natural: Rome is the capital of the country, the concentration of its political world, and Milan is its center of business and fashion houses. Actively working residents of the country often have to travel from Milan to Rome and vice versa, and the local developed infrastructure and well-established transport network allow you to quickly travel between cities – for example, a modern high-speed train will take a passenger from one point to another in just three hours. Continue reading
The countries of Eastern Europe traditionally attract the attention of Russians – not far, languages that are understandable and uncomplicated, a significant trace of Russian emigration and unconditional love for Russians – perhaps Serbia is a leader in these qualities. It is not surprising that so many of our compatriots acquire real estate and often move permanently to this country.
Buy real estate in Serbia
A lot of Russians settled in Serbia immediately after the 1917 revolution – King Alexander Karageorgievich hospitably opened the doors of his kingdom to white emigration, remembering the intercession of the Serbs by Emperor Nicholas II during the First World War. Russian emigration restored the country almost completely destroyed after the war – our prominent architects, doctors, lawyers, professors and many others moved to Serbia. Continue reading
The Czech Republic today is one of the most interesting countries in terms of real estate investment: the tendency to purchase primary housing in Prague for leasing is now the most promising and reliable due to its stable and strong economy and high demand in the rental market.
About 10,000 new residents move to Prague annually, not counting students. Therefore, it is not surprising that in 2017 about 30,000 new apartments were built in the Czech Republic, of which about 6,000 objects were built in Prague. Real estate prices have almost doubled since 2013: if in 2013 the average price per square meter in Prague was about 55 thousand crowns (2130 euros), then in 2019 it rose to 100,000 crowns per square meter (3875 euros ) The growth was affected, first of all, by high demand that exceeded supply – in many respects, it arose due to the fact that the city authorities today severely limit the number of building permits. Continue reading