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…

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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…

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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…

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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 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 in 12 districts of Berlin: prices and prospects
The real estate market in Berlin is one of the most dynamic in the world. Each year, the number of residents of the capital is growing by about 40 thousand…

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Mortgage in Spain
When buying a property, it is not always possible to pay immediately, therefore, mortgage lending is often used in transactions. Another important plus of mortgage lending is the ability to…

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Toronto: how rent restrictions will help hoteliers
The proliferation of online services that allow you to rent housing quickly and without intermediaries quarreled residents of large cities with the authorities and hoteliers. Now many cities in Europe…

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