Paris areas: where to buy an apartment
Constantly rising housing prices in the French capital suggest that Paris is a classic that never goes out of style, so many buyers of foreign real estate always pay attention…

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Features of obtaining a residence permit in France
France has traditionally attracted the attention of Russians at any time — like a century ago, many Russian-speaking citizens not only acquire real estate in Napoleon’s country, but also actively…

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Real estate for rent in Canada
In 2006, in the 28 largest regions of Canada, the average rental price of a two-bedroom apartment increased by 3.2%. This list was headed by the provinces of Alberta (with…

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Features of real estate on the first line of the sea

The purchase of foreign real estate and the concept of “first line” very often go in one set – most of our compatriots want to become the owner of a home on a coastal foreign corner, because a “summer cottage at sea” is a long-term dream subject.
A tempting advertisement, offering a potential buyer of real estate on the first line, is not always associated with 100 percent reality, since the coastline is not infinite, moreover, the cost of those objects that are really located at the water’s edge can be so high that for many people such a purchase Real estate can only be a dream.

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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 for many years attracted the attention of all countries of the world to itself and its success, periodically inspiring many foreigners to buy housing in this country. Let’s try to deal with the local tax system, which you will have to face when buying, owning and selling real estate in Switzerland.
According to the Swiss Federal Law on the purchase of real estate by non-residents, the sale of real estate to foreigners is carried out on the basis of annual quotas issued for each tourist region. In some cases, these quotas are fully used during the year, as a result of which a foreign buyer has to wait for the next year or longer (in some cases up to two years) in order to obtain a purchase permit. This provision Continue reading

Poland: active European real estate market
The housing market in Poland today has become a "dark horse" against the background of other countries of Eastern Europe, which at first glance attract most of the attention of…

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Paris areas: where to buy an apartment
Constantly rising housing prices in the French capital suggest that Paris is a classic that never goes out of style, so many buyers of foreign real estate always pay attention…

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Poland: active European real estate market
The housing market in Poland today has become a "dark horse" against the background of other countries of Eastern Europe, which at first glance attract most of the attention of…

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Costa Maresme: real estate for living, working and studying
Costa Maresme is a great option for homebuyers in Spain, when at the same time you want to live at sea and have the opportunity at any time to be…

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