Thailand – the same
Spain is a country where the purchase of real estate by Russians and representatives of other countries has been steadily in demand for more than a decade in a row – in addition to acquiring a “cottage” on the foreign sea, investment in local housing is well demanded in order to subsequently lease it.
As the European Union dictates more and more conditions in matters related to the purchase of real estate and its operation, more and more often homeowners in the countries that are part of the EU are thinking about the legal lease of their property. Due to the fact that in 2019 the number of Russian citizens who own real estate in Spain, after a short recession, again became one of the main buyers of local square meters. In 2018, sales to Russian citizens increased by 18% compared to the previous year – about 2,000 real estate properties were sold to our compatriots, and this year this growth trend Continue reading
With the advent of cold weather in our latitudes, interest in Southeast Asia always begins to actively grow – both in tourist trips and in the acquisition of housing in this direction; Homes Overseas editors have selected the most relevant options on the real estate market in this region.
Recently, experts have noted an increase in the interest of respectable Russians in exotic destinations – there is an obvious increase in demand for housing among our compatriots in the rapidly developing markets of Thailand, the Maldives, Mauritius and other exotic destinations. More and more Russians with great opportunities are moving to Hong Kong and Singapore, which have long established themselves as leaders in the world arena of premium housing along with London and New York.
In fact, over the past year, Singapore and Hong Kong have been fighting for the palm in the world Continue reading
If earlier Malta more often appeared as the best place for a holiday, as well as for international education, today this relatively small island state has become a serious center of attraction for investors from all over the world.
Today, the Malta economy is showing the fastest growth in Europe and most experts agree that this process will continue. GDP growth in 2018 here amounted to about 6% – the highest rate in Europe. At the same time, the unemployment rate fell to 3.7%, due to which Malta has one of the most favorable indicators in the corresponding rating. It is believed that Malta is haunted by the laurels of Singapore, so the local government has set a course to attract wealthy foreigners who can invest in its economy, for Continue reading