Despite the fact that over the past few decades, many of our compatriots have moved to Israel for permanent residence, the situation on the local real estate market is still not very clear – they rarely write about details.
Real estate in Israel costs impressive amounts – this is often forgotten when ratings are made for the most expensive square meters in the world. At the same time, even though Israel is participating in hostilities – in connection with which the local real estate market periodically changes from a dynamic state to a slow one, this does not prevent the country’s government from systematically investing in the development of all areas of the state, both for local residents and tourists.
For example, this year, another international airport is planned to be opened in the popular Eilat seaside resort for tourists from around the world, new housing is being actively built in the country, hotels of international chains are opening, etc. Continue reading
Foreigners have invested in real estate in Budapest a long time ago, including the Russians – most of those who purchased housing in the Hungarian capital more than five years ago now reap the benefits of their investments, since local property prices have doubled since then, and in some areas even several times.
Budapest is a popular tourist resort town, known for its unique architecture and thermal baths, high level of service and a variety of cultural programs. Also, the Hungarian capital boasts an excellent climate and environmentally friendly products. The city is famous for being a large student center due to the high level of education of world-famous local universities. 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