House prices skyrocketed 20.9% in the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) with a respectable 4.8% growth in Hanoi during the year to Q1 2020.
Greece has launched temporary fiscal measures to reinvigorate the country’s real estate market and construction sectors after the COVID-19 crisis.
Real estate markets in several European cities are already showing more resilience to the COVID-19 pandemic than others.
Burgeoning plans to reopen the abandoned Hellenikon airport of Athens aim to create a groundbreaking tourism hub in the region.
Uruguay is launching a fiscal residency program in July that offers attractive tax rates in return for investment into the local economy.
The 2010s were a prosperous decade for real estate in the Czech Republic, which has seen the number of sales and rent contracts grow exponentially thanks to several factors such as the recovery from the 2008 financial crisis, the development of tourism in the country, and the appearance of short-term rental platforms such as Airbnb.
According to a new study, demand for German housing has greatly increased since last year.
According to Ekathimerini, interest in luxury holiday homes in Greece grew by 53.5% in May, compared to the same period in 2019.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, the property sector in the Czech Republic is holding up better than most European countries.
Due to improvements in the COVID-19 situation, several Caribbean states have opened their airports and are ready to examine new citizenship by investment requests
Breaking: Malta will soon stop accepting new citizenship through investment applications - though not for ever
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.
Rental support is being taken to assist property owners in difficulty throughout the country.