A few years ago, on the real estate market, townhouses were especially popular, today duplexes are more often found among offers – there are often cases when there is confusion in the meaning of these two types of housing. Let’s try to understand the characteristic features of duplexes.
Today, duplexes are often called completely different objects, but, as a rule, duplexes are apartments located on two floors. Most often they are found on the upper floors of buildings, but sometimes the second floor can also be access to the roof or terrace. Often a detached two-story building is also called a duplex, although in fact it is more of a town house than a duplex. However, it is precisely such objects that are most often meant by the word “duplex”, for example, in Spain. Continue reading
The purchase of foreign real estate and the concept of “first line” very often go in one set – most of our compatriots want to become the owner of a home on a coastal foreign corner, because a “summer cottage at sea” is a long-term dream subject.
A tempting advertisement, offering a potential buyer of real estate on the first line, is not always associated with 100 percent reality, since the coastline is not infinite, moreover, the cost of those objects that are really located at the water’s edge can be so high that for many people such a purchase Real estate can only be a dream.
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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