Positive dynamics in the Spanish real estate market and high profitability when renting housing – all this makes future investors seriously think about buying a house or apartment in a sunny country; it is not for nothing that most economically savvy residents of Great Britain buy property in Spain; we will find out further what the immediate prospects of the Spanish real estate market are and in which regions it is worth buying real estate now.
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Spain is a country extremely popular among tourists. There are many reasons to visit it, but every year the number of reasons is growing to stay in it. Continue reading
The real estate market of Northern Cyprus over the past few years has begun to develop at a very confident and fast pace. All the most interesting things are happening here on the primary market, so it makes sense for lovers of everything new “on the spot” to turn their eyes to this part of the island.
Northern Cyprus is a state unrecognized by the world community that occupies about a third of the island. His real estate market has long been in the shadow, largely due to problems with legal status. However, in recent years, much has changed, and now many new buildings are being built here, attractive in terms of price and quality. Continue reading
Finland has always been famous as a land of dense forests, transparent lakes, clean air and peaceful silence; however, little is known about real life in this country now: after the Russian Empire as a result of the 1917 revolution lost the Grand Duchy of Finland, which eventually proclaimed its independence, those who knew the real situation in this territory significantly decreased.
And even after a century of experts in Finland is not so easy to find. The HomesOverseas.ru portal has prepared material on real estate in Finland with the involvement of the best specialists in this field.
The real estate market in Finland is, first of all, the domestic market, since the main buyers of local square meters are the inhabitants of the country. The share of foreign buyers now amounts to only 4% – 5,200 apartments out of 133,000. In principle, the current figures are close to the data of the peak year 2008, however, adjusted for the fact that ten years ago our compatriots bought more often cottages, and now interest has concentrated on residential and commercial real estate. Continue reading