Turkey today is in the top 3 countries where Russian buyers are acquiring residential real estate on a massive scale – after a short lull, the local housing market is again actively in demand among foreigners.
It’s no secret that the heyday of home sales in Turkey fell on a fairly long period of 2005-2013. This was a time when not only in Turkey and in Russia (Russian buyers, both then and today, more often than others invest their funds in local square meters), but throughout the world there was a stable economic situation. It was during these years that Russians began to show great interest in Turkish real estate by the sea. A considerable number of buyers could afford a small high-quality 2-bedroom apartment. Continue reading
The laurels of Venice haunt many cities of the world, however, today you can find your own boat or yacht in the historical palazzo, which you can reach not only through endless streets, but also park your boat or yacht directly in front of the house. The main successors of this approach were two resorts – the Spanish Empuriabrava and the French Port Grimaud.
Empuriabrava, which is located near the French border on the Costa Brava in the north-east of Catalonia, was built in almost ten years from 1964 to 1975. surrounded by Ampurdan Natural Park on the shores of the Gulf of Roses in the Mediterranean Sea. The city was created on the principle of maximum comfort for one-time owners of houses at the water’s edge and yachts. Continue reading
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 country who prefer to relax and live not only in large cities of a neighboring country, but also near lakes.
The appearance of a whole layer of real estate located directly or close to the lake is primarily due to the large number of this type of reservoirs in Finland, where there are about 190,000 lakes, which occupy 9% of the country’s area, which is why it is often called the “country of thousands of lakes”. The largest is Saimaa, which is the fourth largest freshwater lake in Europe. Interestingly, the lakes are also an integral and important part of the regional identity of the inhabitants of Finland, whose folklore is actively saturated with the chanting of this type of water body. Continue reading