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Mortgage rates in Bulgaria are higher than in other European countries, and local banks provide relatively small loans.
Do you have £55,000? You can buy property in Europe, including fees, without going over budget. Read on to find out the best places to find a cheap holiday home in Europe.
It's been nearly a decade since the crisis and most European markets have now entered the recovery stage. Here's Tranio's breakdown of the best housing markets in 2016.
Money is flooding into European commercial property markets. This article by Tranio expert, Yulia Kozhevnikova, reviews the top trends, destinations and segments to look at this year.
Bulgaria and Montenegro have many attractive features for holiday home buyers. This article by Tranio explores the pros and cons of each country.
With every new ski season, there is even more interest in European winter resort property. Here are Tranio’s top five hidden winter sports destinations for small to medium budgets.
A more robust economy and falling unemployment in the European Union, along with cheap mortgages has increased demand for property, leading to price overall growth.
Most overseas property buyers are over 55 and already planning real estate succession before they sign the sales contract.
Russian buyers still dream of a second home overseas. Read on to discover the country’s top 10 locations in 2015.
Bulgarian education is popular with students from the EU and the former Soviet block thanks to low living and tuition costs. Its reputation has been enhanced by EU accession, which obliges other EU states to recognise the diplomas issued by Bulgarian universities.
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Buyers often wonder whether real estate agents are necessary when buying property. At Tranio, we truly believe they are. Read on to find out why.
Russian and CIS property transactions abroad are declining but demand for commercial property is picking up the slack.
Russia’s recession has hurt foreign investments, but it has not affected their buying habits as buyers continue to seek out luxury residential property abroad.