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 in Barcelona in half an hour after work or study.
The Costa Maresme coast starts from the northern border of Barcelona and extends 55 km to the city of Blanes, where the territory of the Costa Brava originates. Costa Maresme is a coastal line where picturesque sandy beaches stretch, and where a unique mild microclimate reigns – from the northern winds these mountains are protected by the Sierra Litoral and Sierra Marina mountains. In addition to the mild climate, excellent beach holidays in coastal cities, a high standard of living is striking everywhere, which is undoubtedly appreciated by both locals and tourists. Also, the region is rightfully Continue reading
Cannes is a fashionable city of exclusivity, beauty and a “heavy luxury”, the epicenter of the most striking world events never goes into oblivion, remaining steadily at the peak of its popularity at all times – but once it was a quiet French town by the sea.
Cannes Development Timeline
Cannes were first chosen by English aristocrats, and then subjects of the Russian Empire began to appear here, including Empress Maria Alexandrovna, wife of Alexander II, who visited this city in 1879, accompanied by her sons. Later, Alexander III Boulevard will appear here, on which the Mikhailovsky Church was erected in the 90s of the 19th century, attracting more and more Russian emigrants from different parts of the Cote d’Azur to the city, who were not always comfortable visiting the only church in Continue reading
Germany is deservedly associated with stability and practicality around the world – similar characteristics also apply to the real estate world of this country, therefore it is not surprising that investors from all over the world try to invest their funds in square meters of Germany whenever possible.
A strong economy, thoughtful legislation, political stability, and a high standard of living – these factors make Germany particularly attractive to foreign investors who see real estate in Germany as a safe haven for investing and preserving capital. It is also interesting that the rental system reigns in the German real estate market: if the national average is around 50%, in large cities up to 90% of the population rents housing. According to Forbes, Germany is the leader in Europe in terms of rental housing, which amounts to about 55%, leaving Austria and Poland behind with a large lag. Continue reading