Editor's Choice: Southeast Asia Real Estate
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…

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Housing in Ulcinj: original Montenegro
traditionally, when buying property in Montenegro, the Budva Riviera, Tivat, Herceg Novi, Boko-Kotor Bay and the surroundings of Bar are considered - it is obvious that Ulcinj is almost not…

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Canada Real Estate Market
Canada has one of the highest life expectancy rates, overtakes Japan in terms of education and for several years has been named by the UN as the best place in…

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The process of buying property in the UAE

The United Arab Emirates today is a country where investments from all over the world flock, and most often foreigners invest their money in local real estate, which is represented in the UAE in a wide variety. Consider the whole process of buying square meters in this country.
When making a choice in the UAE, it is important for yourself to decide on the purpose of buying real estate – for personal use or doing business. Based on this, it will be clear where exactly it has to choose. Dubai is the main center for the concentration of the commercial and residential real estate market in the UAE, but there are several more emirates that are opting for – Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, Ajman and Abu Dhabi. Moreover, the purchase procedure is approximately the same in all the UAE.

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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

Byala: a quiet haven on the Bulgarian property market

The extremely popular Bulgaria still has resorts where there is no large concentration of tourists and you can live comfortably all year round without spending much on buying local housing – this is Byala today.
Byala is a small, cozy town conveniently located on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, an hour’s drive from the two international airports of Varna and Burgas. According to official figures, about 2500 people live in Byala, according to unofficial figures – over 5000 people.

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The city has the shape of an amphitheater on a slope by the sea, which ensures good air circulation and a pleasant sea breeze in the summer heat, even in the most remote corners of the city. This arrangement Continue reading

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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…

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Real estate in Monaco: advantages of buying
The cost of housing in Monaco has traditionally been very high for many years, but those who wish to purchase in the famous principality have not diminished - what is…

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Alaska: New Year in the Largest US State
In many countries, there is now a growing interest in Alaska, the nature of which suggests that Santa Claus, along with gifts and wonders, may well migrate from Lapland to…

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Property for rent in Spain
Landlords and tenants are free to negotiate a lease. Typically, rental fees are paid monthly until the seventh of each month. The landlord has no right to demand payment more…

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