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Guide to Selling Property in Cyprus in 2018

Guide to Selling Property in Cyprus in 2018

admin 26/09/2017 0
Are you looking for a guide to selling property in Cyprus in 2018? To begin with, you will need to hire an overseas property specialist or a UK estate agent who specialises in buying and selling overseas properties.   The UK estate agent will have extensive connections Germany, Ireland, Scandinavia, China and Russia, which is where you are going to find the most likely buyer for your property.  ...
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Guide to Selling Property in Croatia in 2018

Guide to Selling Property in Croatia in 2018

admin 26/09/2017 0
Are you planning to sell your property in Croatia? Indications are that the property market in Croatia has picked up substantially since the 2008 financial crisis. Now property prices in the country are on the ascendency. Follow this guide to selling property in Croatia in 2018 to learn more.   Croatia has been a full member of the European Union since 2013. Since then, the country has really sh...
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Guide to Selling Property in Cape Verde in 2018

Guide to Selling Property in Cape Verde in 2018

admin 26/09/2017 0
Are you looking for a guide to selling your overseas property in Cape Verde in 2018? Is it even possible to sell overseas property fast in Cape Verde? Yes, certainly, and here’s why.   Cape Verde is a tiny archipelago towards the North-Western coast of Africa, which is a popular tourist destination which gets 330 days of sunshine every year. It competes directly with Sharm-el-Sheikh of Egypt fro...
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Guide to Selling Property in Bulgaria in 2018

Guide to Selling Property in Bulgaria in 2018

26/09/2017 0
In this article, we give you a guide to selling property in Bulgaria in 2018. Bulgaria is well known for being the cheapest country in Europe with the lowest cost of living. You can buy a decent enough apartment in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria for €40,000.   Bulgaria is favoured by savvy foreign investors who can smell a bargain from a distance away. There are many Chinese, Russian, Irish, Ger...
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Property Investment in Turkey – A Political Risk Analysis

Property Investment in Turkey – A Political Risk Analysis

14/05/2017 0
Are you buying or selling overseas property in Turkey? There are a plenty of political risks in Turkey right now, which you should be aware about.   There has been a failed military coup, for a start, which set into motion a series of autocratic measures by the President Tayyeb Erdogan administration.   President Erdogan’s regime has been accused of massive human rights violation. They have al...
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3 Things You Should Know About the Bulgarian Property Market

3 Things You Should Know About the Bulgarian Property Market

14/04/2017 0
Is it possible to make a lot of money by selling overseas property fast in Bulgaria? Yes, certainly, here are 3 things you should know about the real estate market in Bulgaria.   #1: Real estate prices in Bulgaria have shot up by 12 percent over the last six months.   Indeed, property prices in Bulgaria have been making a sharp upward move lately. The average price of an apartment in Sofia, f...
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Why Brexit is Good News for British Expats in Portugal

Why Brexit is Good News for British Expats in Portugal

14/04/2017 0
Now that the Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty has been invoked by Prime Minister Theresa May, which makes Brexit official, should you be selling overseas property fast in Portugal? Believe it or not, Brexit is not necessarily a bad thing.   A lot of British expats have benefited immensely from Brexit and have used the occasion to sell overseas property quickly. Many have used the occasion to prof...
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Impact of Brexit on the Real Estate Market in Ireland

Impact of Brexit on the Real Estate Market in Ireland

admin 14/04/2017 0
How much of an impact is Brexit likely to have on the real estate market in Ireland? Is this the right time for selling overseas property in Ireland ? That depends on who you talk to. Some experts say that recent invocation of Article 50 by Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain, which sets Brexit into motion, will have only a marginal impact on the Irish housing market. Others are of the view th...
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