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From 2013-16, the number of Russians buying international real estate tailed off before the trend reversed – for the last three years a healthy increase in cross-border investment has been registered. This upward trajectory rocketed in H1 2019, boasting a $96 million increase on the previous year. Tranio explains the situation in more detail.
The Moscow International Emigration and Luxury Property Expo 2019 is a large-scale conference and exhibition to be held 22-23 September 2019 at The Ritz-Carlton Moscow.
The Moscow International Emigration & Luxury Property Expo, a large-scale conference and exhibition dedicated to immigration and upscale real estate, will be held on 29 - 30 November 2018 in Moscow.
To get a Greek residence permit, investors have to spend only €250,000 on property.
Russian authorities have eliminated double taxation and extended the deadline for Controlled Foreign Corporations to declare themselves.
Sluggish economic growth, geopolitical strife and a spate of currency devaluations have seen increasing levels of capital flight from fragile states.
Most overseas property buyers are over 55 and already planning real estate succession before they sign the sales contract.
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Property investment strategies can be divided into two main types depending on the buyer’s appetite for risk: added value and rental income.
Russians spent more on property in Q3 2015 according to the latest report published by the Central Bank of Russia, but this quarter’s weak ruble leaves future growth in doubt.
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.
In Europe, no law prohibits foreign citizens from buying property but certain countries have put limitations on this right.
Russia’s Central Bank has revealed plummeting foreign investments by its citizens abroad. In Q2 2015 investments fell 50% to $229 million against $473 million in Q2 2014.