Veneto is one of the richest and most popular regions of Italy, where not only local residents, but also foreigners seek to acquire real estate – that’s why the housing market has survived even during the crisis.
After the onset of 2008, the cost of Italian housing fell sharply, mainly due to the global financial crisis. According to the European Central Bank, real estate prices fell by about 17.5% (including inflation by 25.1%) from the 3rd quarter of 2008 to the 4th quarter of 2017.
However, now there are promising signals of a gradual recovery of the Italian real estate market in the near future – for example, in 2018 Italian real estate fell by only 0.4%, the number of transactions continues to grow steadily. At the same time, housing prices in cities are already starting to rise, while in rural areas they are still falling. Continue reading
Every year, foreign real estate objects are gaining more and more popularity, in whose territory you can not only live permanently or spend your holidays, but also engage in your own household.
The vision of the modern understanding of “homestead farming” has not changed much – as before, landowners want to improve the lawn at their own home, landscaping their gardens, grow oranges and grapes with their own hands, from which they later make jam and produce their own wine, try to master the difficult science of growing and collecting olives, and especially advanced ones – make their own cold-pressed oil.
In the main Georgian wine region of Kakheti, even today you can find offers where, together with the house, the buyer becomes the owner of the vineyard. Continue reading
Traditionally, when buying property in Montenegro, the Budva Riviera, Tivat, Herceg Novi, Boko-Kotor Bay and the surroundings of Bar are considered – it is obvious that Ulcinj is almost not paid attention to, although this city is also an interesting place to buy real estate.
If you look at the map, you can see that Ulcinj is the southernmost city of Montenegro, directly bordering Albania, therefore it is not surprising that among 10,000 inhabitants over 60% are Albanians, most of whom speak the Serbian language, which is spoken by all Montenegro
Buying property in UlcinjThe fact that the local surroundings are the most gentle part of Montenegro, which, as the name implies, almost all of it consists of high elevations, gives an exclusivity to this locality. There is no malicious production within a radius of 100 km from the city – this factor allows you to maintain a favorable environmental situation in the city. Continue reading