Commissions of real estate agents in different countries
Austria In Austria, the commission in most cases is paid by the buyer, its size is 3% (including VAT 20% - 3.6%). The amount of remuneration is regulated by the…

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Games with profitability: how to make money on real estate abroad
When I started working in this direction, I was faced with the fact that by the word “profitability” everyone understands something of their own. For some, profitability is the net…

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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…

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Residential real estate market of Hungary: time to buy

Hungary is located on the border between Eastern and Western Europe. The level of wages here is lower than in most EU countries: according to the Statista portal, only 6.7 thousand euros per year is about four times lower than in France or Germany. Thanks to this, Hungary is popular with small companies and international corporations that open their offices in Budapest: for example, IBM, Morgan Stanley and EPAM. Continue reading

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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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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Czech Republic: reasonable investment in a growing market
The Czech Republic is a more affordable alternative to Austria and Germany: there are no territorial restrictions for foreign buyers, as in Austria, and real estate is cheaper than in…

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