Czech market update 9.2017
The Czech property market prices have been rising quite well over the last couple of years (around 10%/year). We're often asked on our view if this…Read more
Tentative signs that property prices are rising in Slovakia
Since the peak of 2008, Slovak property prices either fell or were flat for much of the last 7 years, which has been pretty depressing to…Read more
Polish property market breaks records in 2016
In some regards the Polish property market broke records in 2016, and in other regards it was a very normal year. With one of the lowest…Read more
Can foreigners buy property in Bulgaria?
The simple answer is that anyone can buy property freely in Bulgaria, no matter what your nationality. Previously there were various restrictions which meant that foreigners…Read more
Can foreigners buy property in Poland?
EU citizens can freely buy properties in Poland, except from agricultural land and forests. Non EU citizens (apartments) who have a visa or permission for long term stay in…Read more
Speed vs Caution when investing in property – how fast to buy?
We always recommend investors to take their time when investing in property and to do as much diligence as possible. Getting a property investment wrong can…Read more
Old vs new property – which is a better investment?
We're often asked by investors whether they should be buying a new or old property, and which is the better investment. So lets take a look at…Read more
Czech mortgages – LTV decreasing
New rules being introduced by the Czech National Bank mean that soon Czech banks will no longer be legally able to offer 100% LTV mortgages (the…Read more
Why buy property in the Czech Republic?
Not only have we had record temperatures this July in the Czech Republic, but the property market is Prague continues to get hotter and hotter. For…Read more
Basic property purchase cashflow model for Prague, Czech Republic
Currently investing in property in the Czech Republic is very attractive, both due to short and long term factors. Below we outline a basic cashflow model…Read more