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Immigration, foreign real estate, financial consulting - how is it connected?
Obtaining a second citizenship or status of permanent residence / residence permit, the withdrawal and preservation of capital, the declaration of assets and income in developed countries - these issues…

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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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UK: new conditions for wealthy immigrants?
The British investor visa has always been popular among Russians: the nearest European metropolis attracted usable culture and full protection from the state. Now, some investors will probably think about…

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Investments in utility meters: coworking, coliving, spontaneous shops and warehouses

Since the mid-2000s, an economic model of joint consumption has spread throughout the world. Its main idea is that it is more convenient to pay for temporary access to a product than to own this product. In the transport sector, this way of thinking has led to the emergence of car sharing – services for short-term car rental, in trade – Internet sites, aggregating offers from different vendors. Continue reading

Parliamentary elections in the UK: how will the results affect the real estate market?

According to the results of the parliamentary elections in Great Britain, none of the parties won enough seats in the House of Commons for an absolute majority. The legislature of Scotland and Wales (Northern Ireland – the exception) independently determine the direction of housing policy in these regions. Tranio experts analyzed party manifestos to understand what investors should expect from local property markets. Continue reading

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 shows steady growth, reaching 3.2% in 2016.

Catalonia is the most developed region of Spain, the GDP of Catalonia is 20% of the GDP of the whole country. The unemployment rate in Barcelona is consistently below the national average: in 2016, the gap was 3.7%. Continue reading

What will happen to the real estate market if mortgage rates rise?

In recent years, mortgage rates in Europe and the USA have fallen, dropping to a record low by 2017, while real estate prices have grown at an accelerated pace.

However, in 2015, the US Federal Reserve System (FRS) began to gradually increase the discount rate. Many assume that, following this rate, mortgage interest will begin to rise (both in the United States and in Europe), and this will put pressure on the value of real estate, as investors will expect a higher return on invested capital. Continue reading

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Golden Visa Effect: How Passport Sales Impacted European Property Markets
The 2008 crisis hit most European real estate markets. One of the measures that a number of countries resorted to in an attempt to support the flow of investment was…

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Currency games: to whom and where it was profitable to buy overseas property
Currency fluctuations are affected by various factors: monetary policy, inflation, consumer confidence, GDP dynamics, and the balance of payments. As a rule, along with the growth of the currency, real…

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How the size of the capital and the behavior of owners of foreign accounts: the study of Tranio and Adam Smith
Russia joined the agreement on the automatic exchange of financial information (Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement, MCAA), and at the end of December 2017 the OECD published a list of countries…

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