We are impressed by the younger generation of Cypriots, who, in addition to their qualifications and some partial practical local experience of real estate, have based their research and analysis of their
It is a fact that real estate sales in Cyprus of some value refer to mainly foreign clients, some of the deals are an outcome of the sellers’ hospitality (mainly through food).
There are parameters which show that the time is ripe, at least for an initial examination, for the creation of small-scale real estate funds in Cyprus. The set-up of such funds started
By Nikolas Ioannou BNP Paribas has released its second 2020 report regarding the property market outlook post-pandemic, presenting forecasts about real estate in uncertain times. The obvious differentiation regarding the previous report
Cyprus beach development-coastline is the only one which is reducing. If one is 50 or 100m away from the beach as long as it has pedestrian access to it, will not matter
Cyprus real estate agents fear that house prices could be pushed downwards from pressure on banks by the European Central Bank to sell-off property they have acquired through debt to asset swaps
By Panos Danos Despite the new trends and market characteristics, Real Estate has many advantages over investing in stocks, bonds or mutual funds. Cypriots for generations have traditionally followed the rule to buy and keep
Real estate market stakeholders perceive Al Jazeera’s expose on Cyprus’ citizenship scheme as a heavy blow to the construction industry which relies on the programme to sell luxury properties to foreign buyers.
Developers fear they will be left with a large glut of unsold luxury flats on the market as interest from foreign investors wanes due to COVID-19 restrictions. Built to suit the needs