The international real estate broker Tranio proposes mutually beneficial cooperation to partner agencies in Georgia: Georgian agencies can post their real estate listings for free in Tranio’s catalogue.
The international real estate broker Tranio proposes mutually beneficial cooperation to partner agencies in Turkey: Turkish agencies can post their real estate listings for free in Tranio’s catalogue.
Turkey grants citizenship to investors and their families in return for significant contributions to the country's economy, while Turkish passports can be obtained through a simplified scheme.
To get a Greek residence permit, investors have to spend only €250,000 on property.
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According to a survey by Tranio, political and economic instability is one of the main reasons behind foreign property purchases.
Property maintenance in United Arab Emirates is relatively inexpensive because there are very few taxes.
In Israel, it costs about $10,000–10,500 (ILS 37,500–40,000) per year to maintain property. Maintenance charges for an apartment are $20–$40/sq. m. per year, $40–90/sq. m. for a house and $70–180/sq. m. for prime property.
The United Arab Emirates treats residents and non-residents equally with regards to taxation, making it a particularly attractive country. There is no tax on property purchases, annual real estate, capital gains, inheritance and gift or income and corporate revenue for both individuals and companies.
Turkey is one of the largest international education hubs. Tens of thousands of international students enter this country's universities each year. The main advantages of studying in Turkey include affordable accommodation prices and tuition fees, along with the well-developed everyday life and leisure facilities.
Citizens from 120 countries can either stay in Turkey for up to 90 days without a visa or get a single-entry visa upon arrival.
In Turkey, it costs €500–700 a year to maintain a two- or three-bedroom apartment and €1,200–1,700 for the same services in a house.
Taxes in Turkey are relatively low in comparison to Western European countries.
In Turkey, both existing and newly-built properties can be purchased with a loan. The mortgage rates in this country are higher than in the EU. As such, it is beneficial to buy newly-built property with interest-free installment plans available from the developers for 12-18 months.