The Cyprus Statistical Service (CySTAT) has just published a report detailing the construction costs of Cyprus property, including houses, apartments, holiday apartments, hotels, etc.
Anchesmou street, as referred to in maps dated back in 1880, was the road connecting Stadiou street to Lycabettus. Back then, the road was not bestowed of the recognition and the commercial value it has today. It took decades for Anchesmou street to transition from an ordinary street with residential properties to one of the most significant streets in Athens, the road known today as Voukourestiou Street.
Koukaki is located on the southeastern side of the Filopappou Hill in Athens, a district with a strong historical, archeological and architectural element, classifying it as the most popular tourist destination in Athens.
The end of the long fiscal adjustment marked by the completion of the third program in August 2018 could inaugurate a return to economic normality in Greece.
The Greek residential property market traditionally has been serving as the growth locomotive of the Greek economy.
Today, the Logistics industry represents 10.8% of GDP while maintaining a significant margin with potential to expand even further.
The prime office and retail markets experienced a significant increase in rents, particularly in the centre of Athens.
There is a widespread problem that affects numerous developments in Cyprus that have not obtained a certificate of final approval or horizontal division into separate title deeds.
The Cyprus Government as a part of its policies aiming to attract foreign investors in Cyprus, established new ﬁnancial criteria based on which all nationalities are eligible for Cyprus’ citizenship by investment program. It improves personal security, enables freedom of movement and grant access to healthcare and education opportunities.
The Cyprus Government as a part of its policies aiming to attract foreign investors in Cyprus, established new ﬁnancial criteria based on which all nationalities are eligible for Cyprus’ citizenship by investment program.
According to the Land Registries across Cyprus, during May 2017, the number of contracts increased by 58%, compared to the corresponding period of the previous year.
Despite the prolonged recession in the Cypriot economy, affecting the Real Estate Market's perfomance, recently approved incentives have established stability and a favourable framework that have further improved Cyprus' international competitiveness as an ideal location for doing business, among international corporations.