Why to invest in Barcelona value added projects in 2017–2018
Recovering after the crisis, the Spanish economy is regaining lost positions: if in 2009 the GDP growth rate fell to a record low of −3.57%, then from 2012 the figure…

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Mortgage in Germany
In Germany, one of the lowest mortgage interest rates in Europe. German banks provide loans to buy an apartment or house and residents and foreigners. Mortgage registration lasts an average…

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Second development project in Barcelona
The international platform for cross-border real estate transactions, together with one of its clients and a local developer, is investing in the construction of an apartment building on Rue Numancia…

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Mortgage in Greece

Although the formal issuance of loans in Greece is not prohibited, in practice, banks do not issue loans to either local or foreign property buyers. The exception is the large Greek companies with established reputation in the market.

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6–30 years old

Legal entities can try to get a loan secured by real estate in Greece 2-4 years after its purchase. Continue reading

Toronto: how rent restrictions will help hoteliers

The proliferation of online services that allow you to rent housing quickly and without intermediaries quarreled residents of large cities with the authorities and hoteliers. Now many cities in Europe and North America impose laws restricting Airbnb, HomeAway, VRBO, and the like. Continue reading

Greece News Digest: Light at the End of the Tunnel
Tranio experts are confident that now is the best time to buy Greek real estate, as prices have reached bottom and are ready to grow (according to the Bank of…

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Protests in Iran could trigger an increase in demand for property abroad
Mass protests in Iran at the end of December provoked a growth of interest among local residents to foreign real estate: in particular, to the UK, Canada and Turkey. A…

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Greek phoenix: how tourists revive the real estate market in Athens
The decline in the Greek economy, which began in 2009, is slowing. The IMF predicts GDP growth already this year, and the unemployment rate has been slowly but surely falling…

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