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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Iran's real estate market: investment potential and risks
In 2016, the US partially lifted sanctions from Iran - a year earlier, the world powers signed an agreement to limit its nuclear program. According to The Wall Street Journal,…

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Afghanistan's real estate market: chaos and uncertainty
Afghanistan, torn apart by internal strife for decades, is still home to nearly 30 million people. More than a third of them (according to the World Bank for 2014) live…

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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 study published in 2017 by Tranio showed that economic and political instability is one of the main reasons why Russians buy profitable real estate abroad. Continue reading

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 the “golden visa” program, under which governments issued passports and a residence permit in exchange for the purchase of real estate. Continue reading

Real estate crowdfunding: 12 major platforms in Europe and the USA

It’s hard to believe how new the idea of ​​crowdfunding really is: back in 1997, the British rock band Marillion collected $ 60,000 through an online platform – this is how the fans provided the US with a tour.

The difference between modern crowdfunding – it gives the opportunity to earn both parties. The market for collective real estate investments is fairly simple: online platforms collect investors for the implementation of rental, renovation or construction projects, while they acquire shares of companies or provide loans, in exchange for a percentage of profits. Continue reading

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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Eurotour: where to rent a property is more profitable?
In 2016, the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) recorded a new record: over the year, 1.235 billion international trips were made - 3.9% more than in 2015. Almost half of…

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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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