Today, the real estate market, both in Thessaloniki and throughout Greece, is actively gaining momentum: the current situation is radically different from that which was only a few years ago at the height of the economic crisis.
Thessaloniki is the capital of the Greek region of Macedonia, the center of production and economy of Greece. The city is also famous for its large seaport and the University of Aristotle, which is the largest higher educational institution in the Balkans.
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Unlike the tourist destinations in Thessaloniki, life does not stop even outside the summer season: Continue reading
Housing near the water is in demand in almost any country – whether it is square meters near the sea or river embankments – in each option there will always be a large number of people wishing to settle somewhere nearby. The Danube today has become one of the most interesting rivers in terms of acquiring real estate on its banks.
The Danube is the most “international” river in Europe, inferior only to the Volga, which, by its geographical location, is completely Russian property. It is not surprising that most European cruises on the water surface of Europe pass along this river, which has a length of about 2860 km. The Danube flows through Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine and Moldova, passing through European capitals such as Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest and Belgrade. Continue reading
If we are talking about buying a home in the UAE, then most often we mean Dubai, although in this country there is Ras al-Khaimah – a very interesting region that has not yet gained world fame, but it has every chance of gaining it over time.
Ras al-Khaimah – the emirate, which is located in the north of the UAE, where about 300,000 people live. Half of them are foreigners, the number of which is increasing every year, since today about 60% of real estate buyers in Ras al-Khaimah are representatives of other states – India, Europe, CIS, USA, etc. An Continue reading