There are not many countries in the world where vacationing and acquiring real estate for Russians are inexpensive, especially when you consider the distance factor – maybe somewhere far away you can relax well, and housing is more than affordable, but you can’t run into far-off lands.
Another thing when it comes to three pillars in the world of Russian tourism: Turkey, Bulgaria and Egypt. If the situation with the first two countries is approximately clear, since information about these countries is constantly coming to the pages of the media, then the case of Egypt is not so simple. In connection with the coup in this country and the plane crash over the Sinai Peninsula for a long time, air communication between Russia and Egypt was stopped. However, from this year, Moscow-Cairo flights have gradually taken their rightful lines on the airport board. Continue reading
Bulgaria traditionally occupies a leading position in the ranking of countries where Russian residents most often buy real estate; Affordable housing, Bulgarian understandable to the Russian ears, a clean and warm sea make your stay in this hospitable country especially pleasant.
In addition, the memory of the local people today still remembers the Russian-Turkish war of 1877-78, when Shipka and Pleven were captured by the Russians, the Danube was victoriously forced, thanks to which Bulgaria regained its long-awaited state independence after five centuries under the rule of the Ottoman Empire.
Having rested for several seasons on the Bulgarian coast, the Russian begins to look closely at the local real estate market – over time, it comes to the understanding that it really makes sense to have a permanent summer house at the sea in such a comfortable country for a stay. And immediately faced with the burden of choice: to purchase an apartment in a new building or become the owner of a secondary housing? Continue reading
Turkey today is in the top 3 countries where Russian buyers are acquiring residential real estate on a massive scale – after a short lull, the local housing market is again actively in demand among foreigners.
It’s no secret that the heyday of home sales in Turkey fell on a fairly long period of 2005-2013. This was a time when not only in Turkey and in Russia (Russian buyers, both then and today, more often than others invest their funds in local square meters), but throughout the world there was a stable economic situation. It was during these years that Russians began to show great interest in Turkish real estate by the sea. A considerable number of buyers could afford a small high-quality 2-bedroom apartment. Continue reading