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Czech authorities want to shift the obligation to pay the real estate transaction tax from sellers to buyers.
Karlovy Vary has long been a famous haven for Russian holidays in the Czech Republic. However, more Chinese and Ukrainian buyers are gaining interest in this historic spa town.
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.
Countries with lower property prices sell more to
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.