The process of buying property in the UAE
The United Arab Emirates today is a country where investments from all over the world flock, and most often foreigners invest their money in local real estate, which is represented…

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Romania Real Estate Market Overview
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…

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Switzerland: property taxes
Switzerland has long been synonymous with prosperity, neutrality and high prices - the country of chocolate, banks and watches has been attracting the attention of all countries of the world…

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Finland Real Estate Market Overview

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

Bulgaria. What to buy – an apartment in a new building or a resale?

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

Romania Real Estate Market Overview

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

The current situation in the real estate market of Berlin
Berlin is a large European metropolis that can be reached from end to end in half an hour; the public transport system is well developed here and the healthcare sector…

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Features of the Czech market for new buildings
The Czech Republic today is one of the most interesting countries in terms of real estate investment: the tendency to purchase primary housing in Prague for leasing is now the…

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Switzerland: property taxes
Switzerland has long been synonymous with prosperity, neutrality and high prices - the country of chocolate, banks and watches has been attracting the attention of all countries of the world…

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Property by the lakes of Finland
Finland, which from the beginning of the 19th century was part of the Russian Empire until the 1917 revolution took place, and today it is actively attracting residents of our…

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