“Now it's the other way around”: investors choose Valencia after a referendum in Barcelona
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…

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Self-governing mobile homes: how unmanned vehicles will change the real estate market
Self-governing transport is already a reality. Driverless taxis drive around Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Singapore. In Colorado, the first delivery was made by an unmanned truck, and in London an…

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Italy: new investor visa program
In December 2016, the Italian government presented a new program for obtaining a residence permit for investment. Acceptance of documents for a new visa is scheduled to begin in autumn…

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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 Germany.

The volume of investments in the local market is growing rapidly: according to CBRE, in 2016, 3.7 billion euros were invested in Czech real estate – 86% more than in 2015. According to analysts, in 2017 the volume of investment will again exceed 3 billion. Continue reading

Barcelona: investment in a city tired of tourists

Tourism accounts for more than 14% of Spain’s national GDP and 2.6 million jobs. Barcelona is the country’s economic center and one of the most visited cities in Europe: according to official statistics, more than 9 million tourists come here every year, and their number is constantly growing. Continue reading

Top 7 urban areas for real estate investment abroad

How the urban area will evolve is determined by a number of factors. For example, objects in neighborhoods adjacent to central areas often generate higher incomes than those located in the very center. New urban projects: the construction of airports, railway stations, parks, universities and hospitals attracts new tenants and property buyers to urban areas, influencing price increases. Continue reading

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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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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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…

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