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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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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Buying property in Turkey: new building and resale
The acquisition of real estate in Turkey today has become the most popular destination among Russians when it comes to investing in foreign square meters - while both new buildings…

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Taxes on real estate in Italy

According to the latest statistics, Italy is one of the few countries in Europe where, although not globally, there is a decrease in the value of real estate, due to which many buyers turn their choice to it. As elsewhere, there are taxes that will have to be paid once and annually to foreign homeowners along with Italian citizens.
Costs when buying a property
When buying property in a new building, an amount of 10% VAT is paid on the sale value of the property. If real estate is purchased on the secondary market, then the registration fee of 9% of the cadastral value of the object is paid, which may be significantly lower than the sale price. Provided that the foreign owner converts the purchased housing into rezidenza format within 18 months after the purchase (since he Continue reading

Slovakia: features of the local real estate market

Acquisition of housing in Slovakia was not so long ago rare for Russians, but in recent years, more and more Russian-speaking buyers have opted for square meters of this country.
After the collapse of Czechoslovakia and the creation of two independent states in 1993, Slovakia remained in the shadow for some time – the Czech Republic was more often chosen both for holidays and as a possible country for emigration. However, economic growth and favorable conditions allowed Slovakia to find a considerable number of tourists and foreign residents who moved here for permanent residence.

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Andorran real estate market: the versatility of investments

It is not customary to talk a lot about the real estate market in Andorra on the international scene, but today this small European principality has become one of the most stable countries in Southern Europe – a growing economy and stable housing prices attract a considerable number of investors.
Located in the Pyrenees between France and Spain, Andorra is the bearer of the oldest surviving state border in the world, which has not changed since 1278. From the same year, the country does not participate in wars, maintaining neutrality. Andorra has not yet joined the EU, but is known for its preferential taxation and is considered one of the main offshore companies in the world, attracting a large number of entrepreneurs and tourists interested in duty-free trade. There is also no real estate tax in the country. Continue reading

Danube Real Estate: City Overview
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…

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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…

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Czech real estate market
The situation on the Czech real estate market is not much different from what is happening in the world as a whole. According to the annual report provided by the…

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Real estate for rent in the Czech Republic
Czech law protects landlord rights to a greater extent. Foreigners renting property built after 1993, and new tenants of property not owned by anyone, act in accordance with the conditions…

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