Eastern Europe is a key region for the Chinese ‘One Belt One Road’ project. But which countries is China especially interested in and what type of property should real estate investors buy?
Henley & Partners has published its new passport index, ranking the world’s countries by the freedom of movement they are permitted. Tranio has analysed the top 50 countries to find out which of them grant investment-based nationality.
On 20 November 2018, the OECD published a list of the countries whose citizenship or residence-by-investment programmes it regards as high-risk. The OECD recommends that banks more thoroughly check the documentary evidence of the investors’ physical presence in certain countries.
International real estate platform Tranio has launched its Chinese language website: https://tranio.cn/.
According to UN estimates, the worldwide number of seniors over 60 years old is 13%, and that number will grow to 25% by 2050. In 2013, every fifth investor deemed the prospects of retirement property investments as ‘very good’, while in 2017 every third investor did so.
We describe the eco-friendly construction trends that not only benefit nature and the real estate owner's public image but also save on property maintenance in the long run.
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How are things going on the global real estate market? What future challenges does it face? International real estate plaftorm Tranio presents an overview of the main trends that investors can focus on today and for the next year.
Imagine the cities of 2030 at MIPIM Asia.
China has shown continuous foreign property investment growth over the past seven years. The majority of investment goes to North America, Europe and Asian countries.
Phuket is one of Thailand’s main tourist destinations. Investors from all over the world put their funds into the island's infrastructure development. However, Phuket does not only attract prominent entrepreneurs: investors with modest budgets can also make money on local real estate. Tranio partner, the Phuket9 development company, explains how.
Buyers of Slovenian property pay a 2% purchase tax and a registration tax ranging from 0.01% to 0.50%. The annual property tax rate ranges between 0.1% and 1.0%.
Tranio managing partner George Kachmazov discusses how the portrait of a Russian-speaking foreign real estate investor has changed over the past eight years.
Stays in Slovenia are governed by the Foreigners Act (Zakon o tujcih), in force from 5 June 1991. The procedure of nationality acquisition is described by the Citizenship of the Republic of Slovenia Act (Zakon o državljanstvu Republike Slovenije), in force from 5 June 1991.
Experts from Deutsche Bank speak of a ‘supercycle’ in Berlin's real estate market. They expect Germany's capital to become the most expensive urban agglomeration of the country, despite the city currently ranking only fifteenth in residential property prices.