In October 2019, the Montenegrin government launched a citizenship-by-investment programme for foreign nationals. To obtain a Montenegrin passport, a person needs to invest at least €250,000 in a government-approved property and donate €100,000 to a public fund.
The knock-on effects of the coronavirus – widespread panic, quarantine, falling oil prices, and weakening oil-dependent currencies like the Russian ruble – are hitting the real estate market hard.
COVID-19 has scuppered all our plans for 2020. The lucky among us have been able to ride out the storm thus far, while others have had to contend with job losses and businesses going under. Whoever you are, the future is as uncertain as it has ever been. Buying property in Texas right now might not be on your to-do list.
People more inclined to search for rural real estate and avoid bank loans
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Since 2018, the Cypriot authorities approve no more than 700 applications for investment-based citizenship per year. Moreover, in 2017, 1,013 individuals became the country's nationals. The demand for Cypriot citizenship is high. Learn why it is so and how it can be obtained, reading this article.
To buy property in Thailand, you need a passport. If the property is registered to a legal entity, additional documents are required including a copy of the certificate of incorporation, memorandum of association, certificate of registration, list of shareholders and power of attorney (upon request).
In Germany, foreign nationals can buy real estate of all types — land plots, residential and commercial properties — without limits. Germany is a seller’s market, so owners typically dictate the sales terms, and buyers pay agent (realtor) fees.
Stages of buying property in France: 9 steps that you need to do. Costs, taxes, notary fees and pitfalls in buying real estate in France.
On 30 August 2018, Greece launched a digital registry for commercial residential property owners. The necessity to regulate the country’s short-term rental property market has arisen. Why is Greek property so attractive to investors?
German commercial real estate market is considered to be a seller's market, with high-quality properties getting snapped up, and realtors mostly prefer to work with local clients. But large and riskier transactions are a different matter, requiring increased scrutiny from the buyer, i.e. ‘due diligence’.
International real estate broker Tranio has assisted a Russian investor in purchasing a land plot for the construction of a residential complex in Hamburg.
In 2016, Roman, a lawyer from Kiev, bought a profitable apartment in Budapest with the help of Tranio. In his previous interview, he told us about his search and the purchase procedure. Did he manage to achieve the planned yield and has the apartment increased in price? Tranio caught up with Roman to find out.
Rental yields have been declining in Europe in recent years. As a result, many investors have turned their attention to redevelopment projects, which typically have projected returns of 10–20% per annum.
Tranio client Olga’s second property purchase abroad is an apartment in the town of Styria, located in the municipality of Bad Gleichenberg, Austria. She considered properties in Miami and Berlin but eventually settled on Austria, where she already owns an apartment. How did a small Austrian resort town captivate her?