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For ten years in a row Vienna has been ranked first in the world ranking of the most comfortable cities for living, as a result of which the acquisition of housing by foreigners both in the Austrian capital and throughout the country is one of today’s trends. Along with the classic questions about the principles of buying local real estate, many want to know about the taxes in Austria that any homeowner will have to face.
When buying real estate, the buyer primarily pays a tax on transfer of ownership in the amount of 3.5% of the cadastral value and 1.1% for registration in the cadastre. In addition, you will have to pay a lawyer Continue reading
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
Turkey’s popularity from the point of view of a foreign home buyer is now more justified than ever – this is primarily due to the depreciation of the Turkish lira, which still inspires optimism for owners of dollars and euros. Moreover, most Russian-speaking buyers are most interested in buying a home in Mahmutlar.
According to the latest data from the HomesOverseas.ru portal, Turkey has become a leading country with an indicator of 15% of all visitors’ requests, and real estate in the Alanya region attracts the attention of 72% of all interested in housing in Turkey. Moreover, portal users choose Mahmutlar in 53% of cases when it comes to real estate in Alanya. Thus, the total number of requests for the purchase of housing in Mahmutlar is 5.7% – this is an absolutely unprecedented indicator that clearly formulates the current agenda on the market for the purchase of foreign housing. Continue reading