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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
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
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