Property prices in Bulgaria
Property along the coast and in mountain resorts is attractive to buyers of all nationalities. Russians tend to buy homes near the coast, whereas, let's say, the Brits prefer rural or mountainous areas.
Nearly all the Black Sea coastline is dotted with luxurious hotels, villas and residences with Albena, Burgas, Golden Sands, Nesebar, Sozopol and Sunny Beach among the major seaside resort towns. Prices for apartments range
Elite property in Sofia sells
Byala, Varna and Golden Sands show the most potential for price growth: apartments in Varna can cost even more than those in the capital, selling for up to €700,000.
For historical atmospheres and Renaissance architecture, buyers head to its medieval capital, Veliko Tarnovo, hidden away in the folds of Bulgaria’s mountains.
Ski resort properties can be found in Bansko, Borovets, Pamporovo and Vitosha. They boast ample infrastructure with a great variety of ski runs for all levels, modern ski lifts and cosy restaurants. Investors with small budgets can still enjoy an Alpine-style chalet here for the modest sum of
Balneotherapy and spa resorts are burgeoning in Bulgaria. With
Rural homes selling
Sellers often set a price at their own discretion, so it is not uncommon to find similar properties
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