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It costs about €15–20/sq. m per year to maintain a city apartment in the Czech Republic while a detached house may incur costs reaching €25/sq. m.
Visas and residence permits for the Czech Republic are governed by the Law on foreign citizens' stay in Czech Republic.
The tax regime in the Czech Republic is more favourable than in most other European countries. In particular, it has one of the lowest income tax rates in the EU.
The Czech Republic offers some of Europe’s most favourable mortgage terms for foreign nationals. Buyers can take out loans to buy commissioned real estate or property under construction, and can also refinance existing mortgages in the country.
The Czech Republic is popular among foreign buyers for its low prices, great scenery and fantastic architecture.
In the Czech Republic, there are virtually two very different real estate markets with prices in the capital markedly higher than everywhere else.
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Tranio presents a report on the commercial property markets of Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, the United States, France and the Czech Republic.
For overseas property investors that have been shaken by recent terrorist attacks and other security threats, Tranio weighs in on some of the world’s most tranquil property markets.
Poland, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic and Latvia are experiencing economic growth, getting nods from investors, but still facing stable or — at best — modestly increasing rental rates and property prices. Nevertheless, experts are expecting some growth, which makes the countries a possible investment target at the very least.