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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
Romania is a kind of terra incognita not only in the European real estate market, but also in the field of tourism – except for the Black Sea coast of Constanta, Dracula’s castle in Transylvania, Gypsies, Ceausescu regime and the legendary Negresco hotel in Nice, named after its Romanian founder, – little is known about this country.
Romania in 2007 became part of the European Union, but so far has not joined the Schengen countries. True, news feeds report that in order to enter the Schengen zone, the country needs to fulfill a number of EU requirements, and this issue will have to be resolved in the foreseeable future. A similar situation is now with Bulgaria and Croatia, where it is also necessary to make national visas for entry, however, if the passport has multiple “Schengen”, then all three countries can be visited without problems. Continue reading
Today, few people can be surprised not only with holidays in exotic places, but also with the acquisition of real estate – technology does not stand still, so many prefer not only to spend their holidays in warm places, but also just live working remotely without looking at remoteness from their native lands. One such striking example is the emerald island of Mauritius.
Initially, tourists came here from all over the world in pursuit of paradise relaxation. The main treasure of Mauritius is the amazingly beautiful nature. The valleys and mountains covered with dense tropical greenery and sugarcane, magnificent sandy beaches and cozy bays, coconut palms soaring into the sky, waterfalls and colored sands of Chamarel, sparsely populated spaces with wildlife in the south of the island, where a small population of unique pink doves brought in Red book. Continue reading