Puglia is a region whose real estate market is not so well known in the international arena, while it is the southern part of Italy, has a rich cultural heritage, magnificent vineyards and the picturesque coast of the Adriatic Sea.
The Puglia region occupies the entire “heel” and surrounding areas on the map of Italy and is a great place to relax in the lap of nature with a variety of resorts, endless sandy beaches. Events and attractions of Puglia attract tourists who want to spend their holidays unforgettably, combining the adoption of sun and sea baths with outdoor activities.
At the same time, among Italian property buyers, interest in Puglia is one of the highest – despite the exceptional landscape characteristics, relatively inexpensive housing can still be purchased here. Continue reading
Experienced investors acquire not only residential real estate, but also commercial one; this is especially true when it comes to the most popular countries where this type of investment has flourished for many years in a row – the UK is one of such world centers.
Today, the leaders in commercial real estate are the United States, Austria, Germany and the United Kingdom. And in the European ranking, business facilities in central London occupy fifth place. According to Savills, among investors in most countries, residential property remains the most sought after, and the share of transactions with commercial square meters in the Russian buyer does not exceed 10% of the total volume of transactions. Experts associate such a considerable indicator with the needs of investors who not only want to own premium real estate, but also receive regular income from it. 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