Since 2010, the Greek government has taken many measures to reduce public debt and budget deficits. They have already brought the first results: according to the IMF estimates, GDP growth in 2017 was 1.8%, and in 2018 it will increase to 2.6%. This is the right moment to invest in Greek real estate: the country’s economy is gradually recovering, and the real estate market has reached the bottom and will soon start to grow. Continue reading
In 2017, the company Tranio studied the audience of investors from Russia and other countries of the former USSR, buying in Germany profitable real estate worth from 1 million euros. The study was based on the results of a survey of Tranio partners: private agents and representatives of real estate companies operating in the German market.
In Germany, there are no restrictions for foreigners to buy real estate, and this country is called the “center of attraction for key investors” in the “Emerging Trends in Real Estate – Europe 2018” report prepared by PwC in cooperation with the Urban Land Institute. Continue reading
On October 1, 2017, a referendum on independence was held in Catalonia, 90% of those who voted in favor of separating the region from Spain. Since then, uncertainty has reigned in the real estate market of Barcelona.
If those who live in Spain and are looking for residential real estate in Barcelona for themselves, continue to search, then investors have focused their attention on Valencia, says Maria Kamysheva, project manager for Spain in Tranio. Continue reading