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Commercial European real estate recovers (slowly)

by Yuri Brixenmortar 31. October 2011 13:02
Commercial European real estate is still recovering from the debt crisis, judging by the latest figures from Cushman & Wakefield. Investment in commercial property on the continent rose by 5 per cent in the third quarter of 2011, as trading increased to reach €28.8 billion. [More]

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A Beautiful Way to Save on Energy

by Yuri Brixenmortar 28. October 2011 13:49
If you are tired of hearing all the noises outside and feeling the cold drafts coming in your windows, it is probably time to have the "growing in popularity" window installed in your home. They are called uPVC windows. [More]

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If you’re looking for a castle for sale, Bulgaria’s a good bet

by Yuri Brixenmortar 28. October 2011 13:04
Inside the eurozone, property prices are fluctuating as demand, taxes and confidence vary amid concerns over the euro. So a lot of people have turned to the US, Turkey, Eastern Europe and also the Balkans for a more welcoming real estate market. Away from the affect of the euro, markets are more stable but prices are still falling. Take a look at Bulgaria, where prices dropped again in the third quarter of 2011. So if you’re looking for a castle for sale, Bulgaria is a good bet. [More]

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Are more Brits retiring in Europe?

by Yuri Brixenmortar 27. October 2011 15:42
Lots of UK residents are well aware that the UK is one of the worst places to live in the world. So it wasn’t a surprise to find out back in February that lots of them had no plans to return home after moving abroad. But new data has changed that, as more Brits seem to be retiring in Europe. [More]

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Mansions in Spain buck national trend

by Yuri Brixenmortar 26. October 2011 13:06
Those pesky mansions in Spain just keep on bucking the national trend. The latest figures from Spanish appraisal company Tinsa show that in September, it wasn’t any different. Across Spain house prices fell. But those mansions in Spain? They just keep on attracting wealthy foreigners. [More]

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Bulgarian property market: 2011 has more homes than 2001

by Yuri Brixenmortar 25. October 2011 11:42
For those monitoring the Bulgarian property market, 2011’s national census reveals an interesting development, as more homes exist now than in 2001. The census, published by the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute, showed that there are 5.4 per cent more than a decade ago, as Bulgaria sees real estate supplies rising. To be exact, there are now 3,887,076 houses in the country, compared to the 3,688,802 from 2001. [More]

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Bungalows in France could be affected by Important changes to CGT

by Yuri Brixenmortar 24. October 2011 11:36
The French Parliament passed an important amendment that could have a positive effect for many British owners of property, including bungalows, in France. [More]

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For Bearn, France, real estate sales can only go up

by Yuri Brixenmortar 20. October 2011 12:20
For Bearn, France, real estate popularity is set to soar, as industry experts predict sales in Southern France to increase. [More]


Bulgarian property market 2011 sees more price drops

by Yuri Brixenmortar 19. October 2011 11:54
For the Bulgarian property market, 2011 continues to be a rollercoaster year as Bulgarian house prices plummet. [More]


Are European mansions still popular in Spain?

by Yuri Brixenmortar 18. October 2011 11:17
As Europe’s economic concerns keep growing and Spain’s property sales drop, it looks like the country’s main hope for real estate investment is the steady flow of British buyers looking for bargain holiday homes. As VAT stays at 50% on new build homes, the budget audience seems to be the future of the Spanish property market. Is there any room left for European mansions? [More]

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