In early 2022, Tranio was approached by Denis, an entrepreneur from Moscow, who wanted to invest in real estate in Dubai. Denis made a decision fast and closed the deal remotely in the shortest possible time. Now he is applying for a residence permit in the UAE.
In March 2022, Sanzhar, a finance expert from Kazakhstan, invested in overseas property for the first time. Initially, he looked towards European markets but opted for a property in the UAE. In an interview given to our editorial team, Sanzhar shared his experience of property hunting in Dubai during the rush of demand and explained the roles of Tranio’s manager and partners.
In August 2021, Tranio helped its client to invest €1 million in the construction of a German retirement home with an annual yield of 12%. Retirement homes in Europe are one of the most sought-after assets among investors today.
In 2020, a German developer informed Tranio they were interested in raising funds for the construction of a new senior-living facility. After comprehensive analysis and due diligence, we successfully guided several investors through the investment process, ultimately churning out attractive yields despite minimal risk.
Within the course of three years, one Tranio client experienced an inspiring uptick in the yields of his Berlin real estate investment. Between 2018 and 2020, the market value increased by 28%, and the property began to turn a profit immediately after its commissioning.
In 2021, Tranio helped its client to invest €1.7 million at an annual yield of 10% in a residential building in Berlin in the excavation phase with 75% of the apartments already being sold. The remaining risks were calculated and minimized by structuring the loan and additional guarantees from the developer.
The skills required for effective commercial real estate management span far beyond rent collection and such menial tasks as routine repairs and tax reports. Unforeseen events are bound to occur, and when they do, if not properly dealt with they can result in extra expenses, reduced profits and the loss of tenants.
By the time Pavel B. approached Tranio with an interest in investing in rental properties abroad, he was already an experienced commercial real estate investor. With a German supermarket and Greek flats under his belt, he was keen to expand his portfolio.
In 2021, Alex and his family bought three apartments in Athens and applied for residence permits in Greece. Due to the pandemic, the entire purchase process took place remotely, and the Greece borders opened just in time for Alex and his family to travel to Athens to apply for a residence permit. Alex can now travel around the world visa-free and plans to spend his time at the seaside after retirement.
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.
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?
In an interview with Tranio.com Elena and Bogdan gave an insight about their latest purchase: an apartment in Kaprun, Austria.
A permanent resident of Hungary expounds on how difficult it is to find a good newly built property in a small European town.
A Tranio client who moved to Turkey describes the process of buying a flat in Antalya and her life within walking distance of the sea.
Dmitry, an entrepreneur from Sevastopol, shares his experience of buying a property in Hungary.